A short film about seven-year-old Nguyễn Hải An from Hà Nội who donated her corneas after passing away and inspired thousands of organs donors nationwide has recently been released.
Boarding houses in Buôn Ma Thuột have become second homes for many blind people over the past 10 years in the Central Highland province of Đắk Lắk.
At Noir, guests dine in the dark, while at Blanc, they use sing language printed on their menus to place their orders with servers.
No longer being able to see has not affected Lê Hương Giang’s spirits. She changed from being shy to being brave with people as she made her way through secondary school and university.
Lê Hương Giang has overcome a disability that left her blind as a sixth grader and is now a popular TV and radio presenter who is shining a light for others.
Nguyễn Ngọc Hiếu became blind just as his life was coming together in Ho Chi Minh City.
All of a sudden he found himself in a sad situation. He then picked himself up and he now owns massage parlours in the city.
Nguyễn Ngọc Hiếu, a blind man, is the director of two massage parlours in HCM City, creating jobs for some 30 people who share his plight.
Disabled people do not benefit much from government incentive policies and social support.
When a doctor prescribes something other than medicine, it can be a bitter pill to swallow for some people.
Handicapped people can often do a lot. They just need a decent chance, like the Noir Restaurant in Ho Chi Minh City offers to people who battle to see, or cannot see at all.