No Empty Gesture: Interpreting for the Deaf in China

From driving classes to police detention, a young interpreter has spent over 20 years advocating for improved sign language and better services for the Deaf in China


I Have an Intellectual Disability, But I Still Desire Sex and Love

Two sex educators for children and adolescents with intellectual disabilities discuss how society can better serve this vulnerable community


Finding Home and Hope for China’s Autistic Adults

What will happen to China’s autistic adults when their parents pass away?


Kunming’s Dwarf Kingdom: Exploitation or Empowerment?

A first-hand look at the controversial Yunnan theme park claiming to provide a haven for China’s “little people”


China’s Road to Winter Paralympic Glory

How China went from one medal to topping the medal table in 20 years of Winter Paralympic participation


Para-Prejudices: The Struggle for More Inclusive Sports

Despite leading the world in sporting achievements, China’s para-athletes struggle for recognition and inclusion


The High Barriers to Accessibility in China’s Cities

Inclusion vs. reality for four disabled people in four different cities


Signs of the Times: Why Chinese Sign Language Users Struggle to Understand Each Other

China has 20 million sign language users, but regional varieties and misguided policies mean they still struggle to communicate


Bullied Photographer Commits Suicide and Other Trending News

Bullied photographer’s suicide, TV show criticized for on-screen cat death, traditional meat smoking causes fires, Canada Goose in hot water again—it’s Viral Week


Hidden in Plain Sight: China’s Visually Impaired Still Struggle to be Seen

A lack of braille signage and braille education continue to present barriers for China’s visually impaired