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Flavorful life of an autistic baker

CGTN | Updated: 2017-11-29 16:34
Flavorful life of an autistic baker

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Fortunately, more and more social organizations have started to take the welfare of autistic people into account. In August this year, a viral post on Chinese social media, which was commonly known as "one yuan for one painting", presented over 30 pieces of paintings produced by people who had autism, cerebral palsy or Down's syndrome. The inner world they expressed on canvases touched many people and raised the public's awareness of their conditions.

The bakery and other social welfare initiatives are just the beginning. Hope remains that with support from society, autistic people in China can be like Raymond in the film - finding themselves fully integrated in society and treated on equal footing with others.

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