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Eugenia Kim is a PhD student, originally from the USA, who’s been living in Hong Kong and studying at City University since 2015. She creates dance narratives for virtual reality environments inspired by her own experiences of having adolescent bipolar disorder. Her hope is that it helps viewers understand on a physical level what it’s like … Continue reading Eugenia Kim Creates Virtual Reality Dances to Express Her Bipolar Disorder
Our latest doc for RTHK broadcasts on SAT JULY 13, 2019 @ 8.30! For those of you who miss it, you'll still be able to download the show as a podcast on the RTHK website and in all the usual podcast places (Apple, Spotify, etc.). As Bad As It Gets explores OCD through the lives of a … Continue reading As Bad As It Gets Broadcasts on RTHK Sat July 13, 2019 @ 8.30!
Thanks to Hong Kong Buzz for publishing this interview about our work: https://hongkongbuzz.hk/2018/10/caffeine-buzz-with-sadie-kaye
SAVE THE DATE: To celebrate National Day of Unplugging, a 24-hour global respite from technology, Bipolar Hong Kong and Mental Ideas will be co-hosting an event in Hong Kong on March 1st 2019 from sundown till midnight. The event highlights the value of disconnecting from our digital devices to connect with ourselves, our loved ones, and our communities … Continue reading Bipolar Hong Kong & Mental Ideas: Unplugged in Hong Kong Park!
The Mental Ideas Podcast is a weekly podcast in which Sadie Kaye and Mat Ricardo take an entertaining look at innovative approaches to tackling mental health, performing bold social experiments and discussing the results with an eclectic mix of guests from the worlds of film, politics, entertainment, the arts & charity. The first series airs on RTHK in Jan … Continue reading Mental Ideas Podcast
Bipolar Hong Kong has been featured in the French media by Psy Hope - a platform for people with bipolar disorder in France. Bipolar in Hong Kong? Join us! Bipolar outside of Hong Kong? Join our Global Community of Artists, Activists and Supporters! http://www.psy-hope.com/Bipolar-Hong-Kong