Trying to stay fit and active at home? Give this lower body workout a try!
Face masks are a must-have item in Hong Kong – here are some greener and more fashionable reusable options for you.
Read more about this fantastic community-building artistic contest for young people aged 12-18.
Could you use some encouragement to develop a healthy and productive routine during this unusual time? Career & Leadership Coach Linda Sim shares how best to set your routine and achieve your daily intentions with ease.
A free online dance class for adults right here in Hong Kong.
5 Amazing positivity and wellness podcasts that are guaranteed to boost your mood!
We know you’re struggling – cooped up indoors with the kids and spouse, or stuck at home alone, for weeks on end as we all do our part during this pandemic. If you’re starting to look at your flatmate or family member with that look after being in close quarters for too long, don’t despair. We’ve thought of some things to help keep you busy, from learning a new skill to taking up a fun hobby.
Ann Pearce, founder of The Weez Project and Board Member of Mind HK, tragically lost her own son to suicide. She’s a passionate advocate for supporting Hong Kong children and youth to help them cope with modern-day stresses, to hopefully prevent other young people from taking their own lives. In this article she talks about what can be done by the government, schools and us as individuals to tackle this serious issue in Hong Kong.
At 869m high, Sunset Peak is the third highest peak in Hong Kong. The hike to the top, therefore, is good if you’re looking for a challenge and some scenic views. It is most definitely one to add to (and tick off of) your Hong Kong bucket list.
Many of us are feeling some pressure at the moment, so Mind HK’s ‘move it for mental health’ campaign is very timely. Challenge yourself to take 30 minutes of daily exercise this month and feel the benefits in body & spirit!