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East Asia

A Unified School in Mongolia brings together students with and without intellectual disabilities to work on their communication skills.
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Kyung Il Kang of Korea will showcase both his skills and story at this summer's Unified Cup in Detroit
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Xu has always been ready to try—even if things get tough. He was born with cerebral palsy, so sometimes it took him a little longer to reach his growth milestones. But Xu, who was born in Inner Mongolia, didn't give up.
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Professional tennis player Li Na inspires Special Olympics athletes at Macau Tennis Academy.
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Special Olympics Global Ambassador Yang Yang in a new episode of the Olympic Channel’s ‘Legends Live On’ series.
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Kurtis Jon Siu grew up in Hong Kong in a family of four, with an older brother who also has an intellectual disability. Kurtis credits Special Olympics with building his confidence, not only in sports but also by encouraging him to pursue his passions. One of those passions is art and design!
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Special education teachers Ms. Lai and Ms. Ciou have watched their school community grow and thrive through Unified Sports in Taiwan.
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Special Olympics China Athlete and Youth Leader Shiyu reflects on the impact of Unified Sports on her life.
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A special education school principal from China reflects on the positive impact that Unified Sports has had on local students with and without disabilities.
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I’m well aware of the challenges of an autistic person in the United States but I wanted to take this opportunity to learn the challenges people with autism face living in Asia.
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