Hong Kong children unhappiest they have been in five years, with nearly 10 per cent planning to leave city over fears for future, new survey finds

//Hong Kong children unhappiest they have been in five years, with nearly 10 per cent planning to leave city over fears for future, new survey finds

Hong Kong children unhappiest they have been in five years, with nearly 10 per cent planning to leave city over fears for future, new survey finds

Hong Kong’s children are the unhappiest they have been in at least five years, a survey by a major youth group has found, while almost 10 per cent see emigration as their goal.Findings released by the Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs Association (BGCA) on Friday found the average happiness score among more than 750 children aged between 6 and 17 in 2021 was 6.94 out of 10 – the first time it has fallen below 7 since 2016.The average score in 2019 was 7.07, but the association did not conduct the survey…

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