Miri and MG
Lei is a Children’s TV Show Producer who reminds people on the importance of us being responsible online citizens who are kind, considerate and understanding.
Comic Book Artist and Professional Wrestler Michel Munipola realized that respect is not always reciprocated and urges people to confide in others and speak up if they are cyberbullied.
Attributing his sudden fame to social media, music producer Jawsh 685 has gotten some hate online but is also happy to see that famous people from around the world know his songs.
Iglese an Associate Professor, Composer, Conductor and a dad, teaches his kids to protect themselves in a digital space.
As a music producer, DHEM loves to use social media platforms and recognizes the role they play in facilitating self-expression in people as well as giving people the choice to block someone who brings negativity to their space.
Kali D is a recording artist who uses social media to share his music and connect with other artists. He has received his fair share of unkind comments and wishes that people realize the impact of their words.
Musician and Artist Aysha Nanai-Leifi encourages people to be their true selves while interacting with new local and foreign friends online.
Mia Kami, a proud Tongan acknowledges that social media has many merits, but that there is negativity in that space too. If only everyone lived with the Tongan value of Faka’apa’apa (respect)!
Digital Wellbeing: Looking After Yourself
If you’re feeling overwhelmed, alone or suicidal. Here are some ideas that have helped other young people, and which may be helpful for you, too.
What should I do if I’m being bullied?