Unique Choi Wing-yin (left) and David Chan Kwan-ngai, who chairs the Let’s Walk, Let’s Talk organising committee supporting children, explain the survey findings. Photo: Elizabeth Cheung Unique Choi Wing-yin (left) and David Chan Kwan-ngai, who chairs the Let’s Walk, Let’s Talk organising committee supporting children, explain the survey findings. Photo: Elizabeth Cheung
Unique Choi Wing-yin (left) and David Chan Kwan-ngai, who chairs the Let’s Walk, Let’s Talk organising committee supporting children, explain the survey findings. Photo: Elizabeth Cheung

Parents should be in front line in caring for Hong Kong children with emotional problems, expert says

Survey shows more than 60 per cent of adults agree family support is more effective than government policies in improving children’s mental health

Topic |   Suicides in Hong Kong
Unique Choi Wing-yin (left) and David Chan Kwan-ngai, who chairs the Let’s Walk, Let’s Talk organising committee supporting children, explain the survey findings. Photo: Elizabeth Cheung Unique Choi Wing-yin (left) and David Chan Kwan-ngai, who chairs the Let’s Walk, Let’s Talk organising committee supporting children, explain the survey findings. Photo: Elizabeth Cheung
Unique Choi Wing-yin (left) and David Chan Kwan-ngai, who chairs the Let’s Walk, Let’s Talk organising committee supporting children, explain the survey findings. Photo: Elizabeth Cheung
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