Abinism Children's Home is a public service platform designed to help and support albinos and their families living in China. The organization's main goal is to improve living standards and promote equal participation in society for albinos.
We hope you can learn more about the children with albinism through their words and dreams.
My name is Liang Liang. I study in Beijing University of Chinese Medicine as a postgraduate. I am an albinism patient and people call us as Moon Child. My hair is all white and my skin is pale. I am so different when walking in the street. I only see one meter distance around me. I hope to be a doctor, an angle in white, so that I can help other people and make myself happy.
I am an albinism IV patient with yellow hair and pale skin. Though my skin is not as pale as albinism I, my eyesight disturbed me in my development. There are difficulties in study, work and family as most of the albinism children do. Nevertheless, I could still gain strength and encourage from my patient friends and tried hard to change so much inconvenience. I think it needs our talents as well as people’s understanding and support.
People call me Lao Zheng. I am an albinism patient from Xi’an. I have a pretty wife and a 1-year-old child. They are normal. I was eager to have the same eyesight as normal people so that I could see everything clearly when I was a child. Now the only thing I need is a pair of glasses. I have been running a website shop since 2010. I hope my family is healthy and happy and my business can upgrade to a higher level.
My name is Li Bing. I was born in a little village in the north of China. This is my school behind me, where I spent my happy childhood. It is from here that I stepped forward to the university. I like singing and recording my feelings with words. I like to make friends. I am positive and optimistic. I hope to know more children with albinism and help them.
Original Article Written by Albinism Children, translated by Maggie Li, edited by Yanyan Zhang
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