Analyses | Leisure, culture and arts | 2017-09-29 | HKEJ

Can cross-border exchange of accessible books help visually impaired book lovers?

To the visually impaired, ‘reading’ may necessitate the use of Braille books or audio books, which might not be readily available. Also, some believe Hong Kong is lacking resources and manpower to convert a huge volume of books into accessible formats. Can cross-border exchange of such materials help?  

The full version of the commentary is in Chinese only.