You have searched for "Hearing impairment"
Showing 1-10 of 159
HONG KONG: A former Hong Kong lawmaker was convicted on Monday (April 6) of using a loudhailer to assault police officers during huge pro-democracy protests that convulsed the finance hub last year. Au Nok-hin is the first former member of the city's legislature to be successfully prosecuted for taking part in the protests and the most high profile figure convicted to date.
WOMEN in aircraft maintenance engineering?
PETALING JAYA: Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail has praised the local animated film industry for its quality work that she says is comparable to that in other countries.
THE Allianz Pacer Run 2019 was all about inspiring runners to achieve new personal bests.
This year, the Social Welfare Department recognised single-sided deafness, which can be treated, as a disability.
With the International Day of Disabled Persons taking place this week, Microsoft and Google both announced new services and tools designed specifically to designed to assist disabled people.
Jokowi picks young people to presidential expert staff for their ‘fresh, innovative ideas’.
AFTER fighting an uphill battle for more than a decade, Ahmad Farid Zainal finally got his first job as a production operator.
MELAKA: Employment opportunities are few and far between for people with disabilities.
Anis Humairah Riduwan, 18, may be hearing impaired but she's become an excellent tailor and will represent Malaysia at the International Abilympics competition in Moscow in 2020.