China’s first delivery company staffed by hearing impaired

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  • China’s first delivery company, Wusheng Express, run by staff with hearing impairment was opened early this year in Shanghai. The company aims at providing stable employment and income to the disabled, making them financially independent. The country has over 85 million disabled people, according to numbers from China’s population census in 2006.

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