A Day Worth Celebrating

Hello Everyone, Welcome to The Invisible Vision Project's Blog. Today is a very important day, it is a special day that is worth celebrating. Six months ago, I made a decision to go through the transition to live as a Visually Impaired Person. It was a decision that is necessary: because my vision has deteriorated… Continue reading A Day Worth Celebrating

8 things I wish people to understand my Vision Loss

I am not blind but it doesn't mean I don't need help I am not totally blind, but I don’t have perfect vision either. I live as a partially sighted person, therefore I am visually impaired. Certainly, I sometimes do need help. But, I don’t need help ALL THE TIME and with EVERYTHING. Most visually… Continue reading 8 things I wish people to understand my Vision Loss

My Story, My Vision

Hello Everyone, Welcome to The Invisible Vision Project. My name is Xin (Carol) Sun. I am a young adult, and a university student, who happens to be Visually Impaired. I live with multiple vision conditions throughout my life; but my vision started to deteriorate in the recent years due to a condition called myopic Degeneration (I was… Continue reading My Story, My Vision