As mentioned in the precious chapter, reporters interviewed Hong Kong’s teenager with autism to talk about their growth experiences in the perspective of first-personal. Let us continue to look at the content of their conversation.
A: Later I went to secondary school, I had a strong compulsive disorder, I stayed in psychiatric department and I was diagnosed with Aristolochia.
Dad: At first it felt baffling. The family ate, he asked, can you eat without talking? Later, he simply entered the room to eat. Paper pack drinks must be washed before entering the room. Both hands are covered with moisturizer for a long time. No matter how hot they are, they must wear masks and long-sleeved shirts.
He is hard and we are not good. At that time, during the summer before the third year of high school, a family traveled to the UK. He bought hot dogs and hid in a telephone booth to eat. We were standing outside the booth. When he visits the museum, he hides in the toilet to eat; he visits the park and he runs to eat under the no-anywhere tree.
Note: Andy, how to describe you at the time? What are you thinking? What is scared?
A: People are afraid of some things or things. Sometimes they do not necessarily need a reason. That’s what people do.
Dad: At first I didn’t know that he had a compulsive disorder. He felt a lot of friction. He felt that he was impolite and had a bad relationship.
Mom: For a month in hospital treatment, it is fortunate that there is a turn for the better. At the age of 17, he decided to go to England to study and avoid the DSE.
Note: Do you like foreign life?
A: How good is it? We cannot survive in Hong Kong. Hong Kong attaches great importance to generalists and Britain likes professionals. The education system is different. In the United Kingdom, you can only read the subjects you like. Unlike Hong Kong, you have to follow the rules. The answer to the question, the first paragraph must be a brief introduction, I do not understand to follow, and do not want to follow.
Mom: SEN is very common in foreign countries. It is known to the school and know how to deal with it. Hong Kong has limited resources and it is difficult to handle individual differences. I remember that when he was in middle school, he tried to lock the teacher in the computer room and said how long it would take to test the teacher before he could escape. Also tried to put water on the classroom fan to see what direction the wind can take.
A: I don’t remember.
Mom: There was a more serious incident. A male student in the classroom often “dumped” him and repeated advice failed. He flew to the classmates with a pair of scissors. He explained at the time that he did not intend to injure him. He only wanted to scare him. However, the other person’s body was shrunk. It just happened to rub with the knife. Fortunately, it was not recorded in the end.
A: My “trolling” is sometimes explained. I wrote a detailed report to the teacher and said what the classmate had done several months and months ago. I was unbearable.
Mom: He came back from Britain and changed a lot. For example, if he had died before, he wouldn’t help with a restaurant with a god seat. Now he will try. In the past, it was hard to be at home with a stranger. I didn’t think he sat down like he did today.
Full article found at : Topick HK
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