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Livestreamer pursues dream in clay figure models despite life on ventilator

Xinhua


9th July 2022


Livestreamer pursues dream in clay figure models despite life on ventilator


Every day, Xiang Chenxi would greet her fans on time in her live broadcast room in a classic Chinese-style dress and two playful braids. Except for the breathing tube implanted in her throat, the young woman is just like other live broadcasters in China.


Chenxi was born in 1992 in central China's Hubei Province. She was still a little child when she and her parents relocated to Wuxi in Jiangsu Province. Chenxi was diagnosed with progressive muscular dystrophy when she was eight years old. As she grew older, she started to experience declining mobility.


Being an independent person, Chenxi has attempted a variety of jobs to help support her family. She learned about clay figure models by chance.


http://english.news.cn/20220709/9f290bbb457e4092b1f5635c76e7ff23/c.html


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