Paralympic swimmer Choi Wa-kit (second left) and wheelchair fencer Yu Chui-yee (third left) at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games send-off party for the Hong Kong team on August 21. Photo: Nora Tam Paralympic swimmer Choi Wa-kit (second left) and wheelchair fencer Yu Chui-yee (third left) at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games send-off party for the Hong Kong team on August 21. Photo: Nora Tam
Paralympic swimmer Choi Wa-kit (second left) and wheelchair fencer Yu Chui-yee (third left) at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games send-off party for the Hong Kong team on August 21. Photo: Nora Tam

Hong Kong’s Paralympic stars offer a real eye-opener on the extent of human ability

Alfred Chan says people with disabilities are capable of extraordinary feats in sport and life, just like anyone else, and a truly equal society is one that helps them realise their potential

Topic |   Rio 2016 Olympic Games
Paralympic swimmer Choi Wa-kit (second left) and wheelchair fencer Yu Chui-yee (third left) at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games send-off party for the Hong Kong team on August 21. Photo: Nora Tam Paralympic swimmer Choi Wa-kit (second left) and wheelchair fencer Yu Chui-yee (third left) at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games send-off party for the Hong Kong team on August 21. Photo: Nora Tam
Paralympic swimmer Choi Wa-kit (second left) and wheelchair fencer Yu Chui-yee (third left) at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games send-off party for the Hong Kong team on August 21. Photo: Nora Tam
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