A new view of the visually impaired


Hong Kong (HKSAR) -      Primary Four students from St Bonaventure Catholic Primary School recently threw a party for more than 20 visually impaired people. To ensure their guests could fully enjoy the festivities, the youngsters spent months learning to write Braille, practised sighted guide techniques and studied audio description.

     The school has a tradition of inviting disabled or underprivileged residents to join in special events. Its principal hopes students will keep reaching out to those in need so they can grow up to be kind and upstanding citizens.

     News.gov.hk recently interviewed the students and their guests about their experience participating in the unique celebration.

     The story appears on news.gov.hk today (January 7) in text and video format.



Published on: 2018-01-07

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