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Wake up and smell the coffee! Unique program helps kids and disabled baristas

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26th July 2022


Wake up and smell the coffee! Unique program helps kids and disabled baristas

By Hu Min


Middle school kids are being encouraged to help handicapped baristas under a new program to to help the workers and the kids.


The project by the Shanghai Disabled Persons' Federation and the Menggongfang Coffee Shop gets the city's middle school students working at a cafe in the Pudong New Area during their summer vacation.


Students will learn coffee-making skills and help their handicapped co-workers make the business grow.


The program was initiated by Wang Chu, a high school student in Shanghai.


https://www.shine.cn/news/metro/2207258428/

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