Lack of autism awareness keeps Chinese children cut off from early aid:

04/1/2009 | NYTimes.com

Chinese children with autism are unlikely to benefit from early intervention because the disorder is not widely known there, according to Tian Huiping, who founded one of China's first schools for autism. Many parents are reluctant to seek help because people with disabilities historically have been viewed as something to be ashamed of in China.

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