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E-commerce turns around luck for man with cerebral palsy

China Daily


5th November 2020


E-commerce turns around luck for man with cerebral palsy

By WANG YIQING


A man with cerebral palsy has become a successful businessman and employed more than 40 people, thanks to e-commerce platforms.


Lu Hong, a businessman in Suzhou, Jiangsu province, developed cerebral palsy when he was a child. After graduating from a vocational school he faced difficulties finding a job.


He set up a factory manufacturing paper products, but his fortunes actually changed with the advent of e-commerce platforms. Suddenly, there were more buyers for his products from an online shop he set up on taobao.com.


Expectedly, he appreciates the online business platform, which, in recent years, enabled him to do more business with domestic and overseas business partners. It also enabled him to hold successful business talks with other businesspeople as an entrepreneur.


Photo albums his factory manufactures have been sold to the Summer Palace in Beijing and also to buyers in the United States, the United Kingdom and France.


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