Iseek Cultural Center is a public welfare organization initiated by patients with PAH (pulmonary artery hypertension), which aims to provide support and service for people with invisible disabilities as PAH.
On February 23, 2013, Iseek Cultural Center participated in activity themed on Let Love Fly—2013 public-interest performance for the international rare disease, aiming to appeal for rare disease groups and hoping more people care about them. Tang, our patient, played guitar.
Audiences gave her warm applause after she finished and asked her to perform one more. She said to me with excitement when she went to the backstage that she was so nervous that her legs were shaking, but she did not forget the words. This was her first time to perform for about 500 audiences. We were so happy for her progress and looking forward to her more wonder shows in the future.
Original article written by Huan Huang, translated by Maggie Li, edited by Yanyan Zhang
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