Lily Chan (right) with fellow peer support worker Jecko Cheng Chi-ho in the Castle Peak Hospital garden, where patients can plant crops as a form of therapy. Photo: Emily Tsang Lily Chan (right) with fellow peer support worker Jecko Cheng Chi-ho in the Castle Peak Hospital garden, where patients can plant crops as a form of therapy. Photo: Emily Tsang
Lily Chan (right) with fellow peer support worker Jecko Cheng Chi-ho in the Castle Peak Hospital garden, where patients can plant crops as a form of therapy. Photo: Emily Tsang

The corporate Hong Kong high-flier who crashed to earth but found a more meaningful role

Lily Chan was her firm’s rising star until bipolar disorder transformed her life. Now she’s found peace and helps others struggling with the condition

Lily Chan (right) with fellow peer support worker Jecko Cheng Chi-ho in the Castle Peak Hospital garden, where patients can plant crops as a form of therapy. Photo: Emily Tsang Lily Chan (right) with fellow peer support worker Jecko Cheng Chi-ho in the Castle Peak Hospital garden, where patients can plant crops as a form of therapy. Photo: Emily Tsang
Lily Chan (right) with fellow peer support worker Jecko Cheng Chi-ho in the Castle Peak Hospital garden, where patients can plant crops as a form of therapy. Photo: Emily Tsang
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