My Makeover With China’s Blind Beautician

Sixth Tone 25th February 2019 My Makeover With China’s Blind Beautician A sightless makeup artist has become an inspiration to visually impaired women around China. Sitting on the couch in Xiao Jia’s apartment, I learned how difficult it is to apply makeup to a face you cannot see. Xiao, 27, gradually lost her eyesight during… Continue Reading My Makeover With China’s Blind Beautician

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Across China: Visually impaired businessman lights up life of disabled

Xinhua 18th June 2018 Across China: Visually impaired businessman lights up life of disabled Blurred vision doesn’t stop Cai Cheng from lighting up the life of disabled people. “I have a beautiful dream to venture out into the world. Despite wind and rain, I’ll keep going, going.” Cai plays guitar and sings his self-written songs… Continue Reading Across China: Visually impaired businessman lights up life of disabled

A Chinese woman with no arms is turning her online fame into social change

The Globe & Mail 1st May 2018 A Chinese woman with no arms is turning her online fame into social change By NATHAN VANDERKLIPPE ASIA CORRESPONDENT Let’s shake hands,” Yang Li says, getting up from the couch to greet a visitor. She lifts her right foot above her waist, curls it around and gives a… Continue Reading A Chinese woman with no arms is turning her online fame into social change

Parents Help Children with Autism Live Independently

China Daily 25th April 2018 Parents Help Children with Autism Live Independently Editor: Wushanshan Parents of people with autism are working with NGOs and the government to enable their children to adapt to life without guardians in China. Xing Wen reports. The drums pounded steadily as the curtain lifted on a variety show staged by… Continue Reading Parents Help Children with Autism Live Independently

The Blind Counselors Helping People Face Themselves in the Dark

Sixth Tone 26th February 2018 The Blind Counselors Helping People Face Themselves in the Dark Few jobs are open to people with low vision in China — but entrepreneur Wang Yanlong is fighting to change that. Like most psychological counselors, Wang Yanlong invites his clients to enter his office, sit down, and talk about their… Continue Reading The Blind Counselors Helping People Face Themselves in the Dark

Program Promotes Self-respect for People with Intellectual Disabilities

Women of China 20th November 2017 Program Promotes Self-respect for People with Intellectual Disabilities By Li Lei Editor: Hewater Liu The government and NGOs are working together to ensure that people can obtain work and improve their lives, as Li Lei reports. In some developed countries, people with intellectual disabilities, such as autism, cerebral palsy… Continue Reading Program Promotes Self-respect for People with Intellectual Disabilities