On his first day of work at a mental health rehabilitation centre, carer See Wai-chung recognised a familiar face among the patients – the vice-principal of his primary school.“He acted exactly like the gentle, soft-spoken man in my memory. There was nothing wrong from his appearance,” recalls See, who later found out the man was seriously depressed.See says the encounter spurred him to reach out to patients with respect and sincerity.Mental health in Hong Kong at worst level in 7 years:…


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