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Hong Kong centre draws on the arts to help people with emotional issues

  • Sun, 13 Aug 2017 08:27
Whenever Tong feels emotionally down, he reaches out for his coloured pens and starts drawing as a way to vent his frustrations. “I used to go into a panic whenever I felt upset and would scratch the bed or myself. Now I have learnt to use drawings to illustrate people and behaviour I don’t like,” said Tong, who did not want to give his real name. Tong, who is in his 20s, is among the growing number of people who have sought help from the Hong Kong Expressive Arts Therapy... South China Morning Post - Health feed

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