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Comments on: China’s Disabled http://www.pekingduck.org/2014/02/chinas-disabled/ A peculiar hybrid of personal journal, dilettantish punditry, pseudo-philosophy and much more, from an Accidental Expat who has made his way from Hong Kong to Beijing to Taipei and finally back to Beijing for reasons that are still not entirely clear to him... Wed, 12 Apr 2017 16:34:31 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.7.2 By: RegalSin http://www.pekingduck.org/2014/02/chinas-disabled/comment-page-1/#comment-242392 Sat, 22 Mar 2014 18:59:58 +0000 http://www.pekingduck.org/?p=11896#comment-242392 Doesn’t matter anymore or less, in America today, some hospitals being built, or rebuilt have fewer, or “stupid” access points. It is like, being built just to correct mistakes later in time. Toilets, while big are also being abused by the able. They need to have special access cards. A facility could have a great toilet for a non-disabled, person, but when you get to the lower-order of people a toilet is just filthy, and they will just run to the disabled toilets.

China is a big place, so they just feel, they could do without the stress or sloth of dealing with a person on disability. It is like, if this person is broken, how could we use them. I remember you posted an article on the hundreds of factory workers, who was left inside a pit. That just goes to show how the big “pussies” in China, see the lower commoner. I am so depressed about that.

Can they work, why do I need to see them. However that is how I feel about the west. I could be a patient, and the doctor collects -2000, to listen to me for one minute, and does not solve my problems. Three visits, only to be given a fee for a next service, that could have been paid for in the second visit.

While a person in China might feel angry against people with disabilities, people in the west with disabilities have the opposite affect. Imagine a person with a gigantic auto-chair. Like the ones we see in comics like “X-men Xaiver”, not the little red ones. It is scary to think about how that same disabled person would feel, like.

On the flip side, when you are dealing with normality. Meaning a society that is itself. I could also see people wanting to make the burden less. A disabled person law, would probably force spending at insane rates. Nobody wants to redo a system that is working correctly???

Another problem is the safety measures. In a rapid society like this, we would have problems.

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By: 何夕 http://www.pekingduck.org/2014/02/chinas-disabled/comment-page-1/#comment-240465 Sun, 09 Mar 2014 08:10:57 +0000 http://www.pekingduck.org/?p=11896#comment-240465 和文章中提到的一样,很多人行道上的盲人专用道形同虚设,它甚至会出现一根电线杆,一口没有盖子的井道,或是墙或是别的什么,甚至经常有人把车停在盲人专用道上。在我生活的城市里,几年来都难得见到一次有真正的盲人,在真正的使用盲人专用道。政府花了钱,但是后续的管理和维护有待加强。

楼上@Hong Konger所说的事情在当下的中国也很常见,砖家虽然因为“有碍观瞻”被拒绝,不过原因往往很复杂,组办方需要为砖家的特殊情况考虑更多,这意味着更多的责任和风险,并且在传统的中国文化中,残疾多少有些不体面。

更赞同@modernleifeng的看法,在过去这些年里,中国做出了很多改变,我们要迎头赶上的事实在太多太多,但所幸是我们一直在努力朝着更好更正确的方向而奋斗,政府并没有放任或无视那些落后糟糕的情况,它改革与发展的步调或许没有我们所设想的那么快那么好,但请容许用再长远一些的角度来期待和评价,并且相信随着更多的“Richard式的关心和批评”,中国会做得更好。

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By: Hong Konger http://www.pekingduck.org/2014/02/chinas-disabled/comment-page-1/#comment-239096 Wed, 26 Feb 2014 14:54:29 +0000 http://www.pekingduck.org/?p=11896#comment-239096 I know an expert — a middle-aged Chinese man — who is successful, respected and highly ranked in his field.
He was invited to speak on a professional panel, which would be taped for Chinese TV. But right before, he hurt his leg and had to use a wheelchair. He wasn’t even disabled permanently — it was just a short-term condition.
The organisers immediately kicked him off the panel, since it would make them “look bad.”
It had nothing to do with his credentials or work. He’s not a fashion model or pro-athlete being judged on his looks. In fact, who’s looking at the legs of middle-aged experts anyway?
This was clearly discriminatory – but nobody said anything, because it’s China, and you’re allowed to just blatantly treat someone badly because of their superficial looks.
God help Stephen Hawking if he had been born in Beijing.

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By: modernleifeng http://www.pekingduck.org/2014/02/chinas-disabled/comment-page-1/#comment-238835 Mon, 24 Feb 2014 02:07:50 +0000 http://www.pekingduck.org/?p=11896#comment-238835 The reality is that the situation in Hong Kong and across Asia isn’t much better. While in those places the disabled have greater access to education, prejudice is very high when it comes time to enter the job market.

The Paralympics DID have a massive influence on Beijing as new construction almost always has ramps, every subway line has been made accessible (if not always that convenient) and a number of bus lines are as well.

If you talk to a disabled person in a first or second tier city, they will tell you there have been great strides made over the past 10 years and that while there is still a long way to go, there’s reason for hope. From little things like greater accessibility around cities to finally allowing the disabled to drive, there have been important changes. The CDPF is never going to be a strong, active force in promoting disability rights, but it has worked within the government framework to get some changes taken care of.

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