The Hong Kong massage and facial care centre with a heart to train and hire visually impaired

  Hong Kong News 29th May 2017 The Hong Kong massage and facial care centre with a heart to train and hire visually impaired Health Massage and Treatment Centre believes in building communication between the disabled and the rest of society by David Wong When Chan Chat-fung’s sight started deteriorating in her 30s due to… Continue Reading The Hong Kong massage and facial care centre with a heart to train and hire visually impaired

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China, International Perspectives on Disability

Two thirds of the Planet China, International Perspectives on Disability December 14, 2015 China And People With Disabilities By Patricia Chadwick Can news and information pave the way to a better life for people with disabilities in China? The situation for the estimated 80 million disabled people in China can be symbolized by the “blind… Continue Reading China, International Perspectives on Disability

China, International Perspectives on Disability

Two thirds of the Planet China, International Perspectives on Disability December 14, 2015 China And People With Disabilities By Patricia Chadwick Can news and information pave the way to a better life for people with disabilities in China? The situation for the estimated 80 million disabled people in China can be symbolized by the “blind… Continue Reading China, International Perspectives on Disability

China, International Perspectives on Disability

Two thirds of the Planet China, International Perspectives on Disability December 14, 2015 China And People With Disabilities By Patricia Chadwick Can news and information pave the way to a better life for people with disabilities in China? The situation for the estimated 80 million disabled people in China can be symbolized by the “blind… Continue Reading China, International Perspectives on Disability

China Disability Month 2016

In November 2014 China Vision’s main DPO partner, Beijing One Plus One, initiated China’s first “Disability Voice Month”, an opportunity for disabled people around the country to organise local events and express their ideas, concerns and hopes. This has now become an annual event, with dozens of DPOs and disability-related organizations spontaneously organizing workshops, seminars,… Continue Reading China Disability Month 2016

Promote positive images of persons with disabilities and stimulate a climate of non-discrimination and inclusion through media reporting

International Labour Organisation 10th June 2016 Promote positive images of persons with disabilities and stimulate a climate of non-discrimination and inclusion through media reporting Are persons with disabilities burden of the society? How do they want to be treated? What expressions are acceptable in news reports on disability? Do the media reflect their actual needs?… Continue Reading Promote positive images of persons with disabilities and stimulate a climate of non-discrimination and inclusion through media reporting

Can news and information pave the way to a better life for people with disabilities in China?

China, International Perspectives on Disability December 14, 2015 China And People With Disabilities By Patricia Chadwick Can news and information pave the way to a better life for people with disabilities in China? The situation for the estimated 80 million disabled people in China can be symbolized by the “blind lanes” that were installed starting… Continue Reading Can news and information pave the way to a better life for people with disabilities in China?

Toxic talk: Trying to lip read in China

BBC Ouch 12th May 2016 Toxic talk: Trying to lip read in China From the section Disability There are many challenges to overcome when moving to another country. Laura Gillhespy reveals the sometimes unexpected hurdles she faced as a law intern with a hearing impairment when she moved to China’s capital, Beijing. It is common… Continue Reading Toxic talk: Trying to lip read in China