A helping ear, and social stability: Inside China’s mental-health response to a deadly virus

The Globe and Mail Asia Correspondent: Nathan Vanderklippe

“The state wants to make you feel like it not only cares about your body, not only cares about your material needs, it also cares about your mind,” said Hsuan-Ying Huang, a scholar at the Chinese University of Hong Kong who has studied the development of psychotherapy in China.

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