How Teens in China and Abroad Can Deal With Mental Health

Beijing-based mental health NGO CandleX has run the Teen's Open Letter since February 2020.

by Alistair Baker-Brian, 12 October 2021

Mental Health Support in China is Available

Xiaojie Qin, founder of mental health NGO CandleX, discusses the state of mental health support in the Middle Kingdom.

by Alistair Baker-Brian, 08 May 2021

5 Important Questions About Life in China Answered

We spoke with the UK government in China.

by Ned Kelly, 05 February 2021

China's Long March to Addressing Mental Health Issues

An estimated 200 million Chinese people suffer from mental illness and there aren't enough adequate services to help.

by Joshua Cawthorpe, 01 February 2021

Can't Sleep? Neither Can 300 Million Chinese Adults, Study Says

38 percent of Chinese adults have sleep disorders, exceeding the world average of 27 percent.

by Naomi Lounsbury, 27 March 2019

Why Mindfulness is Making Waves (and Money) in China

A buzzword of modern wellbeing, the Western practice of 'mindfulness' (with Buddhist characteristics) is making its way back to Asia.

by Marianna Cerini, 18 December 2015

People with psychiatric disorders tell their stories

As the old saying goes, don't judge someone until you've walked a mile in their shoes.

by Will Wu, 27 August 2015

Is enough being done to support students' mental?

In just one week in October last year, Shenzhen saw a 10-year-old, a 14-year-old and a 17-year-old kill themselves by jumping from tall buildings.

by That's PRD, 17 August 2015

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