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E-commerce makes life of man with cerebral palsy better in E China

Xinhua,November 01, 2017 Adjust font size:

CHINA-ANHUI-SHUCHENG-CEREBRAL PALSY PATIENT-RURAL E-COMMERCE (CN)Huang Bin (L) repairs mobile phone for villager Huang Yan (R) in Shuhe Village of Shucheng County, east China's Anhui Province, Oct. 30, 2017. The 29-year-old young man Huang Bin with cerebral palsy ran a canteen after he graduated from junior middle school. In 2010, he started an on-line clothing shop and meanwhile worked part-time for other on-line shops. Three years later, Huang Bin met his wife He Linqiong, a girl from southwest China's Sichuan, through on-line shopping. In 2015, Huang became a "partner" of Taobao on-line retail platform with the help of his wife and since then tasted sweetness of the online business. While doing their own business, they have taught rural people how to make best use of the Internet in their business. Under the pattern of "Internet+" and with more widespread online shopping in rural areas, the couple's business becomes yearly more flourishing. (Xinhua/Tao Ming)

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