Alice Wong, disabled activist, reveals glimpses of her life with humour and rage in Year of the Tiger - An Activist’s Life. Photo: Eddie Hernandez/Disability Visibility Project
Alice Wong, disabled activist, reveals glimpses of her life with humour and rage in Year of the Tiger - An Activist’s Life. Photo: Eddie Hernandez/Disability Visibility Project

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A ‘disabled person in a non-disabled world’, Alice Wong, activist, tells her life story with a mix of rage and humour

  • Alice Wong’s Hong Kong immigrant parents were told she would die in childhood, but she survived and has thrived as a determined advocate for her fellow disabled
  • In Year of the Tiger – An Activist’s Life, she offers glimpses of her cyborg-like existence, love of cats, coffee and food, and enthusiasm for nerd culture

Alice Wong, disabled activist, reveals glimpses of her life with humour and rage in Year of the Tiger - An Activist’s Life. Photo: Eddie Hernandez/Disability Visibility Project
Alice Wong, disabled activist, reveals glimpses of her life with humour and rage in Year of the Tiger - An Activist’s Life. Photo: Eddie Hernandez/Disability Visibility Project
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