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“Time to Heal” by Sharon Sinclair, CC BY-SA 2.0, via Flickr.com

“Grief is not a disorder, a disease or a sign of weakness. It is an emotional, physical and spiritual necessity, the price you pay for love. The only cure for grief is to grieve.” Earl Grollman

How to cope with grief and bereavement has always been an intricate issue. And more, grieving was ever more difficult due to the ongoing pandemic and the associated travel and social distancing restrictions.

Through this article, counseling CHOW Y.M. Amy will lead us into a journey of healing by giving professional advice on how to cope with bereavement.

Background information of CHOW Y.M. Amy


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By Christina Chan, Coco Au and Katherine Cheng

On Nov. 9, an online media claimed on Facebook that social media mogul Mark Zuckerberg had been prosecuted for bribery, after donating US$10 million to swing states in the presidential elections such as Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

The post went on to say the alleged funding was used for setting up more than 800 new polling stations in Philadelphia, as well as for paying the salary of election judges for “monitoring the ballot counting and dealing with disputes on vote counting result.”

An illustration with Zuckerberg behind prison bars was included in the…


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By Coco Au and Christina Chan

A photo of people going to the Hong Kong International Airport to join the protests in August 2019 alongside an announcement about the restructuring of the Cathay Pacific Airways Limited was posted on Facebook on Oct. 21.

The Hong Kong flagship carrier announced on that day it would eliminate 8,500 positions globally, consequently letting go of 5,300 Hong Kong-based employees as well as ceasing the operations of Cathay Dragon on their official website.

The Facebook post reads:

正常香港市民記得去年,機場和你塞嗎? 今天它們自食其果,攬炒成功,國泰航空裁走本地5300位員工,多謝空姐工會!

It translates in English as:

“Normal Hong Kong citizens, remember the airport protest from last…

Christina Chan

Originally from Hong Kong, spent 1/3 of her life in Japan. Currently back as a Journalism master student at The University of Hong Kong.

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