Hong Kong's Chu Man-kai, who won silver at the Tokyo Paralympics. Photo: Hong Kong Paralympic Committee Hong Kong's Chu Man-kai, who won silver at the Tokyo Paralympics. Photo: Hong Kong Paralympic Committee
Hong Kong's Chu Man-kai, who won silver at the Tokyo Paralympics. Photo: Hong Kong Paralympic Committee
SCMP Editorial
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Paralympic athletes deserve praise and fairness in rewards

  • Disabled competitors have not only added a new dimension to the Olympic movement, but also a new dimension of equality to their participation in society, and this needs to be recognised in the cash prizes they receive

Hong Kong's Chu Man-kai, who won silver at the Tokyo Paralympics. Photo: Hong Kong Paralympic Committee Hong Kong's Chu Man-kai, who won silver at the Tokyo Paralympics. Photo: Hong Kong Paralympic Committee
Hong Kong's Chu Man-kai, who won silver at the Tokyo Paralympics. Photo: Hong Kong Paralympic Committee
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