Deaf-Mute Workers Deliver Food in SW China

July 16, 2019
Editor: Wang Liyan
Xu Mei (L), a deaf-mute staff worker at the Chanaishanshi Restaurant, prepares food with her colleagues in Chengdu City, Southwest China's Sichuan Province, on July 9. The restaurant opened in March 2017 now has 22 handicapped staff (of 28 employees in total), of whom 18 are deaf-mute workers. A person is exclusively hired to do the communication work, and the deaf-mute delivery men only need to focus on their scooters and routes. [Xinhua]


Xu Mei, a deaf-mute staff worker of the restaurant, delivers lunch meals at an office building in Chengdu on July 9.[Xinhua]


You Yang, a Chanaishanshi deaf-mute worker, prepares takeaway food.[Xinhua]


You Yang (L), a deaf-mute staff worker of the restaurant, prepares for food delivery with manager Deng Rubin.[Xinhua]


You Yang is on his way. Details of ordering are covered by a designated staff member, so he can concentrate on getting the food to customers quickly and safely.[Xinhua]


Zhou Li, another deaf-mute staff worker of the restaurant is set out to deliver food.[Xinhua]


Jiang Pengxin(Front), another deaf-mute staff worker, makes sure the food will arrive hot and ready to eat. [Xinhua]


Peng Jun(L), a deaf-mute staff worker of the restaurant, prepares rice for customers.[Xinhua]


Peng Jun(R), a deaf-mute staff worker of the restaurant and manager Deng Rubin communicate by writing. [Xinhua]



(Source: Xinhua/Translated and edited by Women of China)


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