Living with Disability | 2020 Paralympics

Aug 16 , 2021 | Social Good

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The Summer Paralympics feature 4,400 of the finest athletes in the world. But this major sporting event also highlights disability and health, and the disproportionate impact during the current pandemic. Our Host James Chau explores the challenges in China through a six-time Paralympic table tennis champion, to a longtime champion for human dignity.This is their story.


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