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"A Wall-less World VI” will take the form of docudrama and and its content focuses on the vitality displayed by persons with disabilities on sports activities, their emotional ups and downs when displaying their potentials, and how their family members, friends and society walk with them, provide mutual encouragement and join hands with them, thereby creating a future full of surprises.

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29/01/2019
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Ah Lai and Sheung Lok are ex-mentally ill people. Sheung Lok was dumped by her husband and had to take care of her son, who has Down Syndrome. As she couldn’t withstand the pressure, she became mentally ill. Ah Lai had tried to jump from a building with her two daughters to commit suicide, and she was diagnosed with mental illness. Both of them were recommended by their social worker(s) to join a “Wing Chun” class at a community centre, hoping to lift their mood and relieve their symptom, thereby helping them recover.

Students of the “Wing Chun” class are all ex-mentally ill people. Ah Lai and Sheung Lok know each other in the class and gradually become friends. After several weeks of practicing, they learn a smattering of “Wing Chun”. As their classmates are all ex-mentally ill people, with mutual support, they regain their confidence and their moods are lightened.

Sheung Lok all along hopes that with her conditions improved, her son can leave the care home and come back to live with her again. Ah Lai, on the other hand, hopes to rebuild the relationship with her daughters. Can their hopes be fulfilled with the support of the fellow ex-mentally ill people?

To ex-mentally ill people, apart from treatment, support from peers and acceptance by family members are also important elements of recovery.

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2019
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  • Little Idea

    Little Idea

    Ah Lai and Sheung Lok are ex-mentally ill people. Sheung Lok was dumped by her husband and had to take care of her son, who has Down Syndrome. As she couldn’t withstand the pressure, she became mentally ill. Ah Lai had tried to jump from a building with her two daughters to commit suicide, and she was diagnosed with mental illness. Both of them were recommended by their social worker(s) to join a “Wing Chun” class at a community centre, hoping to lift their mood and relieve their symptom, thereby helping them recover.

    Students of the “Wing Chun” class are all ex-mentally ill people. Ah Lai and Sheung Lok know each other in the class and gradually become friends. After several weeks of practicing, they learn a smattering of “Wing Chun”. As their classmates are all ex-mentally ill people, with mutual support, they regain their confidence and their moods are lightened.

    Sheung Lok all along hopes that with her conditions improved, her son can leave the care home and come back to live with her again. Ah Lai, on the other hand, hopes to rebuild the relationship with her daughters. Can their hopes be fulfilled with the support of the fellow ex-mentally ill people?

    To ex-mentally ill people, apart from treatment, support from peers and acceptance by family members are also important elements of recovery.

    29/01/2019
  • Knickknacks

    Knickknacks

    Hoi Cheung suffered from Tourette Syndrome, a rare inherited disorder. Due to the disorder, he made strange sounds and movements involuntarily, and was isolated and even bullied by others at secondary school. Fortunately, he got help from a transfer student, Kin Wai, and the two had even become close friends.

    Once during a juggling training class at school, Hoi Cheung learns different juggling tricks like how to juggle small leather balls. It is unexpected that those involuntary movements do not occur when he concentrates. After his performance, he is even praised by others. Since then, Hoi Cheung’s passion in juggling has been aroused. He practices juggling balls and learns playing diabolo by himself at leisure and finds amusement in his own way.

    After the release of public examination results, Kin Wai continues his study and goes to university while Hoi Cheung joins the workforce. The duo have their own work to engage in. Hoi Cheung finally finds a job as an event assistant at a community centre. Being able to utilise his strengths at work, Hoi Cheung is determined to bring happiness to other people by performing juggling. He also dreams of becoming a professional juggler.

    However, when facing the emotional instabilities brought by his life and dream, Hoi Cheung cannot share his feelings with his only good friend Kin Wai. Since he cannot find Kin Wai most of the time, Hoi Cheung is even skeptical about the possibility that Kin Wai may have been trying to drift apart. Later, they even part on bad terms as a result of misunderstanding and verbal conflict.

    After all, is graduation the end of a friendship? Is the friendship between the able-bodied and the disabled more difficult to maintain than those between ordinary people?

    22/01/2019
  • Able to Love

    Able to Love

    Suffering from congenital spinal muscular atrophy, Kelly gets around day-to-day in a wheelchair. Although the hands are her only mobile limbs, she loves challenging herself in sports.

    Kelly is enthusiastic about boccie, and her excellent performance has earned her a recommendation to join the city’s youth representative team. She is confident, resourceful, and as valiant and heroic as soldiers in competitions. That she spares no effort in any competition and strives for the best even renders her an idol of her junior schoolmates in the special school. Unfortunately, Kelly’s condition worsens all of a sudden, making her unable to move her hands like before. The coach suggests that she should switch to a sport class that corresponds to a higher level of disability, so that a ramp can replace her hands in throwing the ball and that she can continue the competition with an assistant’s help. Nevertheless, Kelly is too stubborn to accept the suggestion.

    Later, an annual school event reminds her of the reason why she fell in love with boccie in the first place. As long as she is still alive, regardless of how little the strength is left in her, there is always a way that she can roll the ball to a point nearest to the target.

    15/01/2019
  • To Surmount

    To Surmount

    During rock climbing, if you want to grab a higher rock, you must release the one you are holding tight …

    Yeung Ho Hin was Hong Kong’s top rock climbing athlete and coach. While his sports career was at its height, a traffic accident had left him a paraplegic, and his life as an athlete had suddenly come to a halt.

    In the eyes of Ho Hin’s wife, friends and students, he stays positive towards life as always after the serious accident. He is even brave enough to accept and face his own disability.

    Ho Hin works hard on his rehabilitation and learns how to use a wheelchair. After he is discharged from hospital, he even helps his wife take care of their newborn son and plans for their future life at the same time. Although Ho Hin encounters various kinds of small problems in the process, he manages to surmount them all since he has a strong spirit which was developed when he was still an athlete. Therefore, everybody feels relieved …

    However, Ho Hin has been in fact feeling insecure, perplexed and defeated inside, yet no one has realised.

    From trivial things like different inconvenience in daily life to important matters like how to support his family, Ho Hin has to rely on other people’s assistance. Back in the past, Ho Hin had always been confident and proud. He used to be steadfast in the thought that his own faith was created by himself. Nevertheless, it is really unbearable for him this time and he doubts whether he should resume his old job as a rock climbing coach.

    08/01/2019
  • Nothing Unusual

    Nothing Unusual

    Tall Guy and Fat Car have been buddies and playing badminton together since their university years. They still play badminton together regularly after they graduated. Tall Guy jokingly says that he is relatively tall among the dwarfs, so Fat Car, a person without disabilities, calls him “Tall Guy”.
    Ever since Tall Guy was small, his father has been stressing that he is not a person with disabilities. He is neither physically nor mentally impaired. Apart from shorter than other people, he is normal, so his life should be normal.
    “Life as usual” until Tall Guy reaches his late 20’s, he must face himself once again – he is invited to join the Hong Kong Paralympics Team, and the unfamiliar name of “person with disabilities” suddenly changes his life.
    His boss supports him joining the team. Yet, Tall Guy has no choice but to hide from his father the fact that he has participated in the Paralympic training. People of different ability enjoy together and they show their passion for badminton. Tall Guy is inspired by the atmosphere, and although he intends to continue to hide the Paralympic training from his father, the secret is accidentally revealed by his father.
    Tall Guy is forced to follow his father’s instructions once more. However, Fat Car reminds him that he is no longer that young, and it would be better for him not to escape, but to acknowledge the truth and live the wonderful side of life of a “person with disabilities”.

    01/01/2019
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