全国助残日 Help-the-disabled Day For every parent, their biggest wish is to watch their children grow up healthily. But unluckily, some people are born with disabled, or some of them meet disasters and being disabled. The public wants to help them and live the normal life. In 1990s, the government named the third Sunday of May as Help-the-disabled Day, in the hope of offering help to those unlucky people.
对于每个父母来说,他们最大的愿望就是看着自己的孩子健康成长。但不幸的是,有些人天生残疾,或者遭遇灾难,变残疾。公众希望帮助他们,过上正常的生活。上世纪90年代,政府将五月的第三个星期日定为“全国助残日”,希望能帮助那些不幸的人们。

Disabled people are easy to get rejected when they come to the job market. The employers want to hire someone who can bring them the biggest profit, so they refuse the disabled without hesitation. Actually, though some people may look imperfect, they have the strong will and are very responsible. They deserve to be given a chance.
残疾人在进入就业市场时很容易遭受拒绝。雇主们都想给自己招一个能给他们带来最大利润的人,所以他们会毫不犹豫地拒绝残疾人。事实上,虽然有些人残疾人看起来是有缺陷的,但他们有着坚强的意志,和责任心。他们值得一个机会。

It is bad luck for people to lose part of the body. But the more horrible thing is the way the public sees them, treating them as the monsters. For those unlucky people, people from all walks of life should offer them help, and they need the chance to move on. The disabled are just as normal as us, only a little difference in appearance. 
人们失去部分身体的人,是他们的运气不好,但更可怕的是公众看待他们的方式,把他们当成怪物。对于那些不幸的人,大家都应该给予帮助,他们需要机会往前走。残疾人和我们是一样的,只是外表上有点点不同。