Student suicides on the rise in Hong Kong

Hong Kong's government is investigating a recent rise in the number of student suicides. It is recommending counselling for young people under pressure and better training for teachers.

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    Hong Kong's government is investigating a recent rise in the number of student suicides.

    It is recommending counselling for young people under pressure and better training for teachers.

    But many say the government is refusing to accept that the wider system needs changing.

    Al Jazeera's Sarah Clarke reports from Hong Kong.


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