New York-based theatre producer hits out at culture of ableism in Hong Kong

//New York-based theatre producer hits out at culture of ableism in Hong Kong

New York-based theatre producer hits out at culture of ableism in Hong Kong

I was born in 1995, an only child. My parents were living in Sai Kung at the time. When I was about one year old, we moved to Tsuen Wan to be closer to my aunt, who would babysit me when my parents went to work. When I was about five, we moved to Shek Wai Kok Estate, a public housing estate in the same area. I was 11 years old when we moved into Kwai Fong Estate, where my parents still live. I had cerebral palsy at birth. My parents realised when I was about 14 months old that I had trouble…

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