Snack for the Soul, Episode 6: Our host shares why human connection is more important than ever amid Covid-19 pandemic

  • Our bite-sized 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 how maintaining strong relationships can help us tide over hard times
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Amaanat Rekhi from South Island School shares how social distancing has caused her to lose touch with her peers and why it’s important to nurture relationships during the pandemic.

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.

This week, Amaanat Rekhi, a Year Nine student from South Island School talks about the importance of social connections and building strong support networks during the pandemic.

Check out our previous episode on lessons learned about dealing with stress

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