The Power of Children tells the stories of children who may suffer from physical impairments but have never let their debilitating conditions get in the way of their creativity. With admirable traits such as keen observation, unique insight, and strong willpower, these children go beyond the obstacles facing them to bring their potential into full play.

Xiang-yun’s Fantastic Inner World

With ADHD, Yang Xiang-yun has trouble quieting down and concentrating. Despite that, Yang has displayed a great talent for riding unicycle.

The Young Magician

For hearing-impaired Zhang Dao-shun, learning is difficult. But under the guidance of his father, he has learned to do magic to entertain everyone.

Chen Ke-ji’s World of Music

When God closes a door, he opens a window. Born with visual impairment, Chen Ke-ji can create music that soothes minds and rekindles life in many.

Jia-rui’s Green World

With his left eye blind and right eye to see only light and colors, Shen Jia-rui is good at identifying plants and vegetables.

The Wildest Swan

Lin Yu-teng donates the prize money he has won from dance and drama competitions over the years to children in need of food.

We Believe We Can

For over two years, a group of children, from preschoolers to 7th graders, have been giving of their time and effort to provide hot meals to the homeless.

The Earthquake Bag

With the help of two of his friends, Li Guo-rui, who is very afraid of earthquakes, has designed an earthquake bag that will come in handy when a quake strikes.

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