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Hong Kong had its first guide dog for a visually impaired person in 1975. After half a century, there is still an acute shortage of guide dogs and their training has experienced considerable difficulties. It is therefore worth discussing the ways to remove obstacles encountered by guide dogs.
The full version of the commentary is in Chinese only.