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Bear-claw café creates jobs for people with speech impairments

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A cute bear paw is serving coffee through a café wall in Shanghai, China. Customers place an order through the QR code on the wall. The bear paw will serve coffee through the hole in the wall. The store's staff, Ying Ying, and Wei Wei are people with speech impairments, both have barista certificates my and make excellent coffee. Haiqing Wang, the coffee shop founder, aims to assist individuals with special needs and is thoroughly committed to empowering individuals with special needs to successfully seek stable employment.

Read more: https://www.sixthtone.com/news/1006535/shanghai-has-a-hole-in-the-wall-caf%C3%A9-run-by-disabled%2C-bear-clawed-baristas

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Lynn Wood @ 2021.01.21 12:27 PM
Very creative and fun as well. Our Inclusion Editor will love it! 

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By SeatonK

21 January 2021

 
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