An index measuring the happiness of Hong Kong’s students has reached a seven-year high, with researchers attributing the surge to a decline in social unrest and increased leisure time for young people amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
According to the latest Hong Kong Children Happiness Index, students from Primary Four to Form Three have an average rating of 6.85 out of 10, up from 6.81 in 2018-19.
Citing a return to normalcy, a researcher said: “We don’t see so much violence on TV screens … The fact that we came back to social order, I think that’s an important factor.”
He added that children might have become happier with more leisure time as they could attend online lessons at home during the pandemic.
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