School for the blind offers beacon of hope for disabled in rural China

South China Morning Post 9th December 2018 School for the blind offers beacon of hope for disabled in rural China At 6am, a short drive from the steel-producing city of Xingtai, deep in the rural flatlands of northern China’s Hebei province, acrid pollution hangs heavy in the air and the monotonous landscape is desaturated of… Continue Reading School for the blind offers beacon of hope for disabled in rural China

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Ray of hope: A school for the visually impaired in rural China

Aljazeera 8th November 2018 Ray of hope: A school for the visually impaired in rural China The Mu Mengjie school in China’s Hebei Province helps children caught in the double bind of disability and poverty. by  Nathan Gibson Hebei Province, China – Deep in the polluted flatlands of Hebei Province in northern China, Mengjie School… Continue Reading Ray of hope: A school for the visually impaired in rural China

First batch of undergraduate students enroll in Nanjing School for the Blind

Global Times 26th September 2018 First batch of undergraduate students enroll in Nanjing School for the Blind  The first batch of undergraduates of the Nanjing School for the Blind started their military training on Wednesday. Military training is a fundamental part of defense education. All across China, elementary, middle and high school students and undergraduates… Continue Reading First batch of undergraduate students enroll in Nanjing School for the Blind

Teacher Helping Mentally Challenged Children Integrate

Women of China 7th June 2018 Teacher Helping Mentally Challenged Children Integrate A retired physics teacher is putting her scientific mind to work to help youngsters with a wide assortment of cognitive disabilities. Over the past 18 years, more than 2,000 children have received systematic education at Wang Lijun’s training center for emotionally and mentally… Continue Reading Teacher Helping Mentally Challenged Children Integrate

Trust in the future?

A blog circulating on Chinese social media lists the various ways in which Chinese society today is “in a rush”. It mentions – among other things – having children through cesarean section, the race to the top in education,overuse of antibiotics and a preference for doing things through the “back door”. Few of these habits… Continue Reading Trust in the future?

App Teaches Teachers to Interact With Autistic Children

Sixth Tone 2nd November 2017 App Teaches Teachers to Interact With Autistic Children China lacks qualified institutions to care for its millions of children with autism. Ingcare, an online education platform focusing on children with autism, has received millions of dollars in funding from investors, The “Beijing News” reported Tuesday, underscoring the lack of resources… Continue Reading App Teaches Teachers to Interact With Autistic Children

Children with vision disabilities find new hope through music in China

Global Accessibility News 1st August 2017 Children with vision disabilities find new hope through music in China Wuhan School for The Blind is the only school of its kind in Hubei province, central China. Not only does it cater to pupils who face enormous challenges because of their disabilities, but it is also proud to… Continue Reading Children with vision disabilities find new hope through music in China

A famous school for the blind in Tibet is threatened with closure

China Post 2nd August 2017 A famous school for the blind in Tibet is threatened with closure A famous school for the blind in Tibet is threatened with closure, with no official explanation, after operating for 19 years, the school’s co-founder told dpa on Tuesday. The Braille Without Borders preparatory school for the blind in… Continue Reading A famous school for the blind in Tibet is threatened with closure