Bullying in school is not new. What is new is the way it has evolved into what we now call cyberbullying. More insidious and with the anonymity that the internet affords, cyberbullying can have widespread, deeper and more detrimental consequences than conventional bullying.
This edition of Youth Hong Kong tries to understand and analyze the problem through interviews with specialists, psychologists, social workers and people who have been bullied. We assess what is being done and what should be done to tackle this critical issue.