Mentalist Sadie Kaye’s bipolar Rant was published in the South China Morning Post’s Post Magazine June 12 – any excuse to push buttons (and rant!) Your suggestions for a new word for … Continue Reading Pressing Buttons – A Bipolar War Story
HO HO HOme Kong Kitchen more than trebled its goal of making and distributing 100 Christmas gift socks packed with tasty treats, practical necessities and little luxuries for our homeless friends! Thanks … Continue Reading HO HO HOme Kong!
Wow – we are BLOWN AWAY by the incredible generosity of our rapidly expanding team of volunteers @HomeKongKitchen following the SCMP‘s article about it in last week’s Post Magazine! Hongkongers … Continue Reading Friday Night Muffin Run!
With most of our planned summer projects postponed, Mental Ideas has been on a roll and making serious dough! Thanks to the team effort of volunteer bakers Ying, Moira, Emma, Raquel, … Continue Reading Home Kong Kitchen
Psychopathic actor and entrepreneur Philippe Joly attempts to explain why psychopaths make such great neighbors, CEOs and movie stars. But host Sadie Kaye‘s laughing so much about fake noses, it’s tricky at times to … Continue Reading The Psychopathic Actor – Mental Ideas Podcast
Mental Idealist Philippe Joly received coverage in the SCMP this week talking about Bruce Lee‘s movie legacy and his own experiences dying for a living as the Gweillo Baddie in action … Continue Reading Ambassador Philippe Joly in the SCMP
American-born cartoonist and author Larry Feign is an award-winning cartoonist, artist and writer, best known as the creator of the ‘Lily Wong’ series of cartoons and books. His work has appeared in … Continue Reading Award-Winning Cartoonist Larry Feign signs up to Mental Ideas Podcast!
SHUSH! We’ve compiled a library of noisy op-eds and controversial articles on mental health from the world’s media. To suggest articles for inclusion, email us the title, publication and date … Continue Reading Mental Ideas Library
Bipolar Hong Kong is Hong Kong’s first peer-led bipolar support group. Founded by Sadie Kaye in 2014, it’s grown into a collective of Hong Kong-based professionals, students, writers and artists … Continue Reading Support Groups: Bipolar Hong Kong
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