German couple’s bakery helps deaf-mute youngsters in China

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  • Bach’s Bakery is tucked away in a secluded alley in the city of Changsha in central China. Different from other bakeries, more than half of the employees in Bach’s Bakery are deaf-mute people. Wu Zhengrong and Du Xuehui, a couple from Germany, own the bakery.

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