22 May '17, 3am

Victim now an advocate of cyberbullying prevention - The UrbanWire

Chong Ee Jay shares his experience with cyberbullying. With a cheerful smile on his face, it’s hard to imagine that 37-year-old Mr Chong Ee Jay was once a victim of cyberbullying. The manager of Touch Family Services first experienced cyberbullying during his university days. He was impersonated on social media; the imposter created a fake account of him and went around posting nasty comments and spreading gossip about others in his name. Mr Chong was unaware of what was going on until friends confronted him about being “two-faced”. After some investigation, he found that it was the doing of his close friend. He said: “There were a lot of mixed emotions. I was very angry; (I didn’t understand) how could such a good friend be doing such a thing to me.” According to a 2014 study conducted by the Singapore Children’s Society and the Institute of Mental Health , more than 10 p...

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