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Being disabled no longer means being a second-class worker


22nd July 2022

Being disabled no longer means being a second-class worker

By Lu Feiran

Visually-impaired Shen Guangrong is now an engineer specializing in barrier-free application development

Ma Shenying, who suffered visual impairment after her premature birth 32 years ago, majored in music at university and might have ended up working as a piano player or tuner. After graduation, she had a succession of jobs as a performer, saleswoman and spice taster. What she never expected was a career in technology

A job with a tech firm has changed her whole outlook on life.


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