Might be a suicidal considering how depressing this city is for those who're not privileged. Anyway sad to hear that.
No sympathy at all if it was a suicide. Causing inconvenience to maybe 10000 people, and trauma to those who have to clean up.
it was very chaotic in every station. no one could move in or out. i was lucky enough to avoid it this morning, took the bus to office instead
Suicide: the taboo that’s killing Hong Kong’s elderly | South China Morning Post
You have the gumption to argue that it isn't ? Pray you never become disabled or suffer a career ending health issue pal, because, Hong Kong won't give a rat's arsehole about you, should you become less fortunate than your, coddled, uni educated, millennial lfe has privileged you so far..
You can tell most about a city's/country's core values, by how it demonstratedly looks after its old and its less fortunate.
When I lived in London, suicides by jumping on to train tracks was quite common - pretty much every week (less tall buildings to jump off). I had a neighbour who worked in Incident Response and used to have to recover the bodies. It caused huge disruption to other passengers, but I don't think someone who is in a suicidal mindset really thinks about that.
Even the kids are killing themselves at an alarming pace this year, last i read it was 22 kids thats nearly the same number as the whole of 2016.
too much school pressure for kids, no care for the elderly.
HK is a pressure cooker, its a race to make as much money as possible, dont care how but make as much as possible or u will end up living in a a cardboard box under a bridge.
According to MTR, the train service was affected between 07:39 and 08:19. I got to Fotan station to catch the 08:21 departing “empty” train towards Hung Hom, and nothing was running normally. The 08:21 was cancelled, and there was long queue to get to the train. Once boarded, there were delays between every station, and I finally arrived to work in TST 15 minutes late. MTR has interesting way of defining “affected” train service.