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Website Helps Disabled Find Jobs
A special website has been jointly launched by the Fujian Provincial Handicapped Association (FPHA) and in a bid to make it easier for disabled people to find jobs.

The new website currently records job applications for over 200 disabled people and recruiting information, according to Sun Qiong, a FPHA official in charge of the website.

Disabled people were eager to take part in society and communicate with other people, said wheelchair-bound Sun Qiong. Able-bodied and disabled people could understand each other better if more handicapped sought jobs.

Local sources say more employment information will be added to the website. The FPHA has worked with local newspapers and helped many disabled people find jobs.

(Xinhua News Agency July 18, 2002)

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