Visually impaired athlete Gary Leung Siu-wai and running partner Jennifer Cheung Sze-ying at Hong Kong international airport after Leung became the first visually impaired athlete to complete a special 100km race in the South Pole, on January 30. The pair took part in the super race, a part of the World Marathon Challenge 2017, to raise funds for Samaritan Befrienders Hong Kong. Photo: David Wong

Closed minds the biggest barrier for people with disabilities in Hong Kong

Alfred C. M. Chan says a limited view of people with so-called impairments is ingrained in the city, especially in the job market, and the law must be amended to bring about change

Topic |   Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC)

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Visually impaired athlete Gary Leung Siu-wai and running partner Jennifer Cheung Sze-ying at Hong Kong international airport after Leung became the first visually impaired athlete to complete a special 100km race in the South Pole, on January 30. The pair took part in the super race, a part of the World Marathon Challenge 2017, to raise funds for Samaritan Befrienders Hong Kong. Photo: David Wong
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