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Disabled Kids Seek Happiness at Sea
Blind kids listen to the sea, the deaf and mute stare at the sea and mentally-retarded children feel the sea intuitively.

Zhejiang provincial Disabled Person's Federation has given a group of disabled kids the chance to find happiness by the sea in a three-day summer camp.

Twenty disabled kids from across eastern China province are participating in the event.

Twenty volunteers are responsible for the kids' safety as they play in the sand on the beach.

Unlike normal children, disabled kids often feel alone and remain at home.

(CRI August 13, 2004)

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