Jason Li, curriculum development director of Minds On Hong Kong, a former special needs child who now runs a company that teaches students how to express themselves using Lego. Photo: Winson Wong

A third of Hong Kong children have special educational needs – and the city is failing them

  • Lack of understanding and opportunities confines these children to a future of low-level jobs
  • Government has pledged to do more to integrate them into education system, but experts fear it will not be enough
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Jason Li, curriculum development director of Minds On Hong Kong, a former special needs child who now runs a company that teaches students how to express themselves using Lego. Photo: Winson Wong
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