A new survey has found that Hong Kong schoolchildren are not as satisfied with their lives as their peers elsewhere in the world. Photo: Nora Tam A new survey has found that Hong Kong schoolchildren are not as satisfied with their lives as their peers elsewhere in the world. Photo: Nora Tam
A new survey has found that Hong Kong schoolchildren are not as satisfied with their lives as their peers elsewhere in the world. Photo: Nora Tam
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Hong Kong’s children unhappier, less healthy than peers elsewhere, new World Health Organization survey finds

  • Researchers from Chinese University spoke to 5,300 schoolchildren across city, aged 11, 13 and 15
  • Compared to international average, 10 per cent more children in Hong Kong reported feeling depressed

Topic |   Education
A new survey has found that Hong Kong schoolchildren are not as satisfied with their lives as their peers elsewhere in the world. Photo: Nora Tam A new survey has found that Hong Kong schoolchildren are not as satisfied with their lives as their peers elsewhere in the world. Photo: Nora Tam
A new survey has found that Hong Kong schoolchildren are not as satisfied with their lives as their peers elsewhere in the world. Photo: Nora Tam
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