Superintendent Alan Chung, of the Kowloon West crime unit, after police raided a cannabis farm and seized drugs worth HK$45 million. Photo: May Tse Superintendent Alan Chung, of the Kowloon West crime unit, after police raided a cannabis farm and seized drugs worth HK$45 million. Photo: May Tse
Superintendent Alan Chung, of the Kowloon West crime unit, after police raided a cannabis farm and seized drugs worth HK$45 million. Photo: May Tse
Drugs

Coronavirus stress leading to rise of cannabis culture in Hong Kong, experts warn, as more young people are reported for drug abuse during pandemic

  • Some turn to drugs because of increased stress, anxiety over past two years, counsellors say
  • Legalisation of cannabis in some countries, social media have led young to ‘trivialise risks’

Topic |   Drugs
Superintendent Alan Chung, of the Kowloon West crime unit, after police raided a cannabis farm and seized drugs worth HK$45 million. Photo: May Tse Superintendent Alan Chung, of the Kowloon West crime unit, after police raided a cannabis farm and seized drugs worth HK$45 million. Photo: May Tse
Superintendent Alan Chung, of the Kowloon West crime unit, after police raided a cannabis farm and seized drugs worth HK$45 million. Photo: May Tse
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