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Sight is based on the inspiring true story of Dr. Ming Wang. The film chronicles Dr. Wang’s incredible journey from China to America, including his struggles with poverty and racial discrimination, and his pursuit to become a world-renowned eye surgeon who developed a new technology that has restored sight to millions. At the height of his success, Dr. Wang met a six-year-old orphan from India who had been intentionally blinded, and he was thrown into a tailspin in which he had to come face-to-face with his own traumatic past before he could help anyone in the present.

Sight’s themes are: There is more to life than what you see!

  • While the present is made possible by the past, we need to find peace with the past, so we can embrace the present and future.

  • Don’t be limited by your present circumstances, where you are today; imagine and believe, where you could be tomorrow; use your God-given talent, persevere, and do something, to positively impact the world!

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DR. MING WANG (Executive Producer for film “Sight”)

Dr. Ming Wang, a Harvard & MIT graduate (MD, magna cum laude), is one of the few laser eye surgeons in the world today who holds a doctorate degree in laser physics.

After enduring the Cultural Revolution in China, Dr. Wang came to America at age 21 with only $50 and a dream of becoming a doctor. “I have a great appreciation for my freedom in this country,” says Dr. Wang, “I had to persevere through many hardships in my life, and have learned that we should not be limited by our circumstance at the time and should believe in our own potential and what tomorrow holds”. This view of hope has led him to establish the non-profit Common Ground Network, to bridge different points of view in our society and to respect all cultures, ethnicities and religions.  

Dr. Wang has sought common ground between science and his own Christian faith. For over 20 years, he searched for a way to harness the miraculous healing powers of human embryonic tissue but without harming the fetus. The work has led to his invention of the amniotic membrane contact lens and two U.S. patents. To date, the amniotic membrane contact lens has been used by tens of thousands of eye doctors throughout the world in nearly every nation, and millions have had their eyesight restored. Dr. Wang’s Christian faith has also led to his life-long dedication to helping blind orphan children, like those feature in the film Sight. Wang Foundation for Sight Restoration has helped patients from over 40 states in the U.S. and 55 countries with all sight restoration surgeries performed free-of-charge.

To order Dr. Wang’s autobiography From Darkness to Sight, click here. All proceeds are donated to the Wang Foundation for Sight Restoration, a 501c(3) non-profit that has helped patients from over 40 states in the U.S. and 55 countries, with all sight restoration surgeries performed free-of-charge.

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