Huawei’s Facing Emotions app uses AI to help visually impaired users ‘hear’ facial expressions

Venture Beat 18th December 2018 Huawei’s Facing Emotions app uses AI to help visually impaired users ‘hear’ facial expressions By Kyle Wiggers  Blindness, both partial and total, is incredibly common. The World Health Organization estimates that approximately 1.3 billion people live with some form of distance or near-vision condition and that as many as 217 million… Continue Reading Huawei’s Facing Emotions app uses AI to help visually impaired users ‘hear’ facial expressions

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New base aims to standardize and improve treatment for ASD sufferers

Ecns New base aims to standardize and improve treatment for ASD sufferers First State-level rehabilitation base for ASD sufferers to open in Hainan China will launch the country’s first State-level rehabilitation base for children suffering from Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in South China’s Hainan Province in May, bringing together the country’s top specialist resources to… Continue Reading New base aims to standardize and improve treatment for ASD sufferers

Disability Employment Security Changes Could Be Costly

China Business Review 1st February 2017 HR & Staffing, Operations Social Policy Disability Employment Security Changes Could Be Costly Companies operating in some of China’s major cities are facing significant cost increases following a change to employment social security fund payment calculations. Although announced by the central government, provincial governments are implementing the new calculation… Continue Reading Disability Employment Security Changes Could Be Costly

China Vision at HKU Summer Workshop on Disability Rights and Equality

From July 18th to 22nd, on behalf of China Vision, Ni Zhen and Lu Han took part in the HKU Summer Workshop on Disability Rights and Equality. This is the second annual HKU Summer School on Disability organized by our dear friend Professor Simon Ng who is also a passionate advocate for inclusion. The focus… Continue Reading China Vision at HKU Summer Workshop on Disability Rights and Equality

China plans to establish university for disability rehabilitation

Xinhua 31st August 2016 China plans to establish university for disability rehabilitation China will establish a dedicated university to train specialists in disability rehabilitation in the next five years, an official said at a press conference Wednesday. Rehabilitation currently provided in the country is far from enough to satisfy the demands of the disabled, said… Continue Reading China plans to establish university for disability rehabilitation

Physically disabled in Xinjiang experience new railway station

China Disabled Persons Federation 16th August 2016 Physically disabled in Xinjiang experience new railway station A photo article to celebrate China’s 7th National Day for Physically Disabled Persons http://www.cdpf.org.cn/english/MediaCenter/updates/201608/t20160816_563508.shtml  

Welcome to China Vision’s New Website! – Stephen Hallett

2016 is the Chinese Year of the Monkey. In the Chinese zodiac the monkey represents creativity, imagination, versatility – and mischief. These are qualities that will be needed in addressing the myriad problems all of us face over the coming year and beyond. Disability is perhaps one of the most universal facets of human existence… Continue Reading Welcome to China Vision’s New Website! – Stephen Hallett