Snack for the Soul, Episode 3: Our host shares what she’s learned about boundaries and toxic relationships

  • Our podcast offers a glimpse into the lives of young people in Hong Kong during the pandemic as they discuss something they have learned
  • This week, a student discusses her experiences meeting people online when she couldn’t see her friends at school
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Our bite-sized podcast, Snack for the Soul, features a different Hong Kong student every episode.

This bite-sized Friday podcast features a different Hong Kong student every episode. Each session offers a glimpse into their lives during the pandemic, as they share about something new they have learned.

This week, Angelika Tamang from St Paul Convent School talks about her experiences meeting people online during the pandemic and how she has dealt with toxic relationships.

Check out our previous episode on taking a break from social media

During the school suspension period, we are offering a podcast for our readers, called Snack for the Soul. When you tune in, you can close your eyes for a few minutes and hear about how other students in the city are coping in such difficult times.

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