Hi, I’m Ming, welcome to A Blinding Light. I’m a blogger and freelance writer. I focus on diversity and inclusion, accessibility and visual impairment. If you want to find out more about what I do, feel free to contact me.

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Stop glasses fogging up when wearing a mask

It seems like masks will continue to feature in our lives for some time. Anyone who wears glasses knows how frustrating it is when you’re wearing a mask and your glasses steam up. It’s not just a matter of inconvenience it also compromises safety. Having spent the last two years either behind foggy lenses or… Continue Reading →

Live Well, Live Blind, Live Slow

Live Well, Live Blind: Live Slowly This year I’m sharing the life lessons I learned through blindness that have made it possible to build a life I love, while my vision fades away. These lessons are not only applicable to people experiencing sight loss as they are not the skills I need to navigate the… Continue Reading →

Be happy in 2022!

Happy new year to you and a very warm welcome back to A Blinding Light! It really is wonderful to have you here. This year let’s talk about blindness and happiness.  After almost two years living in a global pandemic, oceans away from many of my family and friends, while continuing to lose my vision,… Continue Reading →

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“As a company we care deeply about diversity and inclusion and we aim to deliver relevant and valuable content to our community that can contribute to these conversations in a meaningful way. Ming has played an instrumental part in delivering this content. Not only is she a great writer, but she has a unique gift in making sometimes complex and new information easily understood while also infusing it with humor. Apart from her obvious talent, she is also super professional and easy to work with.”

Anita Anthonj, CEO, Talaera

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