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Ebenezer School and Home for the Visually Impaired
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The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust

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Enhua YANG/楊恩華
RTHK 香港電台
睇得見 。 聽得到 : # 18 # 運 「 棋 」 帷幄
Yang Enhua, a visually impaired individual, once simultaneously played chess against four opponents, achieving two victories, one draw, and one defeat. Born in Heilongjiang, Yang Enhua has had limited vision since childhood due to his premature birth. In 2014, he relocated to Hong Kong with his family and enrolled in the Ebenezer School, where he studied Cantonese and traditional Chinese characters at the junior high level. He later transferred to another secondary school, but his vision worsened significantly during that period. A music lover since a young age, Yang Enhua began learning the erhu at 12 years old. He is currently pursuing a major in erhu and a minor in gaohu at the Academy of Performing Arts. Alongside his aspirations to be a performer, he aims to pass on his erhu skills to other visually impaired individuals and help them develop professional expertise. Yang Enhua has hosted his own erhu concerts, incorporating stand-up comedy segments into his performances. Inspired by Wong Tze-wah's comedy acts while learning Cantonese, Yang Enhua seeks to use stand-up comedy to raise public awareness about the challenges faced by visually impaired individuals. A Chinese chess enthusiast, he has represented Hong Kong in the Chinese chess event at the National Paralympic Games. In today's episode, Yang Enhua will share his story with the host and perform a musical piece.