Blind Chinese Footballer Brings Hope to Children in the Dark! (14.9.2022)

Zou sewed a bell to the inside of a football to produce sound, dismantled a bed board to use as fence, and coached his blind students on cement, resulting in many injuries.

Zou repeatedly encouraged Wang, saying “Try again, don’t be afraid”.

Wang had two front teeth broken and his mouth filled with blood during fierce competition at the 9th National Paralympic Games held in Chengdu in 2015. But he finally secured success thanks to excellent skills, winning overwhelming applause for his team, an excited Wu recalled.

In China, today, more and more visually impaired people enjoy increasing career options. Now, they can work as piano tuners, stenographers, visually impaired, internet service testers, coaches, and even lawyers, among others.

Russia: Tatarstan Disability Consultation Hotline Opened! (5.11.2021)

The Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Protection of the Republic has organized a hotline – to mark the beginning of the decade announcing enhanced care for disabled people – the Press Service of the Department reports. From November 1st to 10th – individuals can contribute via telephone regarding the implementation of the rights of people with disabilities – including children with disabilities.

Class Anatomy of an Inner-city Playground

Blatant aggression is protected through the auspices of the conventions of bourgeois law and the prevailing fade that constitutes the preferred attitude toward children and their upbringing. To correct a badly behaving child in public, particularly a child that is not your own, could be construed as some kind of ‘abuse’, or ‘assault’, whilst the stupid actions of ignorant parents are view as ‘correct’ and ‘healthy’ due to the biological link.