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Blind student in special appeal

Hong Kong Standard


Blind student in special appeal


by Ashley Wu


Wednesday, July 17, 2013


The visually impaired student who earned 5** in three subjects in the Diploma of Secondary Education Examination is urging the government not to cut back on classes for the handicapped.

Tsang Tsz-kwan said those like her need to acquire certain skills in special institutions before they take on the challenge of entering mainstream schools.


`I've had countless cheerful moments in my life but, perhaps, the greatest moment came when I was accepted by Ying Wah Girls' School," Tsang said.


Owing to her poor vision and lack of sensitivity in her hands, she reads braille with her lips.


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