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Mental health care in Hong Kong falls woefully short amid social stigma and lack of policy direction

14 May 2017
Mental health has been in the news lately. After the World Health ­Organi­sation last month announced a year-long campaign to raise awareness about depression, Britain’s Prince Harry spoke openly about his stifled grief and near-mental breakdown following the death of his mother.
Then there was Hong Kong’s much-discussed film Mad World , with its young protagonist struggling with bipolar disorder. 
 
As his family disintegrates, he crumbles under the strain of having to care for his ailing, hysterical mother all by himself and allegedly causes her death, leading to his ­arrest and ­admission to a psychiatric hospital. His estranged father, a happy-go-lucky man, takes him back home and tries to help him along the rocky road to recovery.
 

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