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Victims suffer online abuse, threats and obscenities as netizens attack political rivals. Cyberbullying cases rise as Hongkongers spend more time online during pandemic.
Teens may shrug off sexually explicit words or images received, or sent, as 'normal'. Parents and schools need to send the opposite message: It is wrong, and illegal, to send such material.
Sharing your children’s photos or videos online might seem harmless, but it could have potentially serious consequences for your children.
Here are three ways to manage our emotions while dealing with the movement control order and the Covid-19 pandemic.
TOKYO: The Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic in Japan has brought not just an epidemic of infections, but also an onslaught of bullying and discrimination against the sick, their families and health workers. A government campaign to raise awareness seems to be helping, at least for medical workers.
How do you find love when you're stuck at home? The coronavirus pandemic has made that challenging, to say the least. But millions of single Americans are finding ways.
Treating your children equally and discouraging gender stereotypes allow them the opportunity to achieve their full potential.
What they offered was a paradox. Stay at home, officials said, but stay connected. Not everything had to stop, not if we got creative. We could all be #AloneTogether.
Bad dreams, more stress and nowhere to hide: ‘Zoom fatigue’ is making life miserable for Hongkongers working from home
Hundreds of millions of people around the world are using a host of videoconferencing tools to stay connected. Having to continually wear the social mask before your own screen can cause anxiety, clinical psychologist says.