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11) What is the difference between these 2 Sepak Takraw?

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The one on the left is meant for wheelchair user and made of rubber material.  The one on the right is a traditional Sepak Takraw ball that is made of rattan, thus it’s lighter and more bouncy.  Unlike the traditional Sepak Takraw, the rubberized one is less springy and it requires a bit more patience and determination to master the game.

Auti Angel is the “Dancebassador” of the Abilities Expo.  She is a wheelchair Hip-hop dancer and also the founder of Colours~N~Motion.  Participants from all ages and genders learn the dancing skill from her.

Physical disabilities don’t set a boundary within.  With the strength and determination to go beyond, dancing with free wings are the real heroes!

What sort of satisfaction and joy does one gain from sport?  A medal? An accomplishment?  Or just a simple game just for a simply joy?

Do you want to compete cycling with me?

Or barely go under the sky for an ocean of freedom?
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Author: Sydney Fong

Hi, I am Sydney, a Singaporean. Making a living as an Architectural Illustrator, 3d product designer and visionary. My blog entails categories of my interest, joy, upheaval of life and its destiny. Every post has its own characteristic. It conveys a story of its own, and the life of its owner.

10 thoughts on “11) What is the difference between these 2 Sepak Takraw?

  1. Ocean of Freedom and to compete to cycle. can be both =)

  2. Isn’t it incredible what people can do when they put their minds to it. I have utter respect for them.

  3. What a thoughtful, informative and uplifting post… our limitations are mostly in our mind. TY!
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  4. I know a disabled person who would rock that wheelchair bicycle style racer. Heck, I want one! Nice highlite on such things, Sydney. :)

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