Visually Impaired Girls Face Life with Optimism and Hope in Nanjing

May 18, 2019
Editor: Sandy Zhu
Visually Impaired Girls Face Life with Optimism and Hope in Nanjing

Wu Yifan (C) and Zhou Wenqing (1st R) communicate with their foreign teacher in Nanjing Normal University of Special Education in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu Province, May 17, 2019. Wu Yifan, 22, and Zhou Wenqing, 21, are schoolmates in Nanjing Normal University of Special Education. Both of them lost eyesight in their childhood. In their spare time, Wu likes doing makeup, paper-cutting as well as playing the Guzheng, Chinese Zither. While Zhou enjoys playing the piano. Zhou once developed a computer game for visually impaired people. The two girls have passed the College English Test Band Four (CET-4) at university and decided to take part in the postgraduate entrance exam. They hope in future they would make their own contribution to the society. [Xinhua/Ji Chunpeng]

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