No dreamer is ever too small and no dream is ever too big to achieve - photographer Kevin Cheng Kai-man is living testimony to this popular quote. Despite being physically stunted and confined to...
In five years, thirty visually impaired people could be navigating their way around the city with the help of guide dogs trained at a school to be set up here, a local association says.
Don't faint. I am going to say something positive about Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying's policy address last week.
Thousands of people took part in a special race yesterday aimed at breaking down the barriers for people with mental disabilities.
A funeral service was held last night for Tang Siu-pun, the quadriplegic who touched Hongkongers' hearts with his plea nearly a decade ago to be allowed to end his life.
Did you notice all the events taking place in Hong Kong last week to mark the International Day of Persons with Disabilities? No? Me neither.
The government should subsidise pupils with severe hearing impairments to ensure they receive a proper education, a concern group says.
A few weeks ago, I attended the Stargaze Camp for All and the Blind, an annual event organised by the Social Welfare Department in partnership with non-profit bodies and volunteers from the...
Amid the triumphant return yesterday of the Hong Kong Paralympics team from the London Games, a sporting official called for more resources to nurture the city's talented disabled athletes.
A judge yesterday ordered six weeks' psychiatric treatment in hospital for an elderly schizophrenia sufferer who struck his wife on the head with a 2.2kg dumb-bell.
Q: My uncle has schizophrenia, and I am worried I may have it. Is schizophrenia a hereditary condition?
King's College claimed the Hong Kong Outstanding IT School Award this year. They beat eight other finalists with an innovative app that aims to help the blind 'read' images and videos.