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Blind baristas grind out great coffee

China Daily


17th July 2022

Blind baristas grind out great coffee


Wang Tian, one of the founders of Bear Paw Cafe, a cafe that went viral online in 2020 for its coffee being served by a bear claw poking out of a hole in the wall, with most staff hearing impaired, didn't expect the planned opening of his next store to be met with such fanfare.


Wang's latest offering again combines the employment of people with disabilities and serving up fresh brews.


Seed Shop, a new branch of Bear Paw in Pudong district's Times Square, is shaped like an acorn and its baristas include blind brothers Yin Tianbao and Yin Tianyou.


http://global.chinadaily.com.cn/a/202207/19/WS62d5f23da310fd2b29e6d091.html

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