All Aboard! Four-legged Little Q joins Spring Festival travel rush

Xinhua 2nd February 2019 All Aboard! Four-legged Little Q joins Spring Festival travel rush Little Q, a golden retriever in a red vest, has embarked on a 1,300-kilometer journey with his master during the Spring Festival travel rush. “Little Q is my eyes and I can rest assured with him,” said Su Bo, the dog’s… Continue Reading All Aboard! Four-legged Little Q joins Spring Festival travel rush

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Labor of love for guide dog trainer in Dalian

Ecns 29th January 2019 Labor of love for guide dog trainer in Dalian Wang Xin, who graduated with a doctorate in psychology from a university in Japan, works at a guide dog training base in Dalian, Northeast China’s Liaoning province. As one of the principals for the base, Wang has worked 16 hours a day… Continue Reading Labor of love for guide dog trainer in Dalian

Seeing-eye dog can see into owner’s heart

Seeing-eye dog can see into owner’s heart 25th December 2018 by Hu Min Shanghai resident Hu Lin, 36, and her dog never go anywhere without one another. Blinded at the age of 13 by a medical procedure gone wrong, for the past 10 years, Hu has relied on Fang Ru, her Labrador retriever. “She is… Continue Reading Seeing-eye dog can see into owner’s heart

First guide dog to help blind people in China’s Xi’an being trained

Gb Times 28th August 2018 First guide dog to help blind people in China’s Xi’an being trained The first guide dog in the city of Xi’an, the capital of China’s northwest Shaanxi Province, will begin active service in October. Over the past few months, the two-year-old guide dog has regularly appeared on the city’s subway… Continue Reading First guide dog to help blind people in China’s Xi’an being trained

CHINA’S BLIND AWAIT THE YEAR OF THE GUIDE DOG

South China Morning Post 17th December 2017 CHINA’S BLIND AWAIT THE YEAR OF THE GUIDE DOG Of 5 million blind Chinese, just 200 are lucky enough to have a guide dog. And even those who do face constant barriers to travelling with their companion BY COCO LIU Chen Yan is not an ideal guest for… Continue Reading CHINA’S BLIND AWAIT THE YEAR OF THE GUIDE DOG

Barrier-free facilities help disabled in 650 cities, 1,600 counties: group

Global Times 2nd August 2017 Barrier-free facilities help disabled in 650 cities, 1,600 counties: group By Qu Qiuyan China’s barrier-free facilities for the disabled have greatly benefited people from more than 650 cities and 1,600 counties, the China Disabled Person’s Federation (CDPF) said, after media reported that problems still linger five years after the Regulation… Continue Reading Barrier-free facilities help disabled in 650 cities, 1,600 counties: group