Xu Shengliang is a member of a team of deaf couriers in Shanghai, an innovation by Gu Zhong, a TV sign language host who observed the difficulties of hearing-impaired people trying to find work with decent pay and workplace equality. Photo: Weibo Xu Shengliang is a member of a team of deaf couriers in Shanghai, an innovation by Gu Zhong, a TV sign language host who observed the difficulties of hearing-impaired people trying to find work with decent pay and workplace equality. Photo: Weibo
Xu Shengliang is a member of a team of deaf couriers in Shanghai, an innovation by Gu Zhong, a TV sign language host who observed the difficulties of hearing-impaired people trying to find work with decent pay and workplace equality. Photo: Weibo
China Society

Shanghai’s deaf courier team delivers good news for millions of disabled workers in China

  • Xu Shengliang finds hope, job satisfaction and equal pay in the booming logistics sector
  • Team founder plans to hire 300 deaf couriers before this year’s online shopping bonanza, Singles’ Day

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Xu Shengliang is a member of a team of deaf couriers in Shanghai, an innovation by Gu Zhong, a TV sign language host who observed the difficulties of hearing-impaired people trying to find work with decent pay and workplace equality. Photo: Weibo Xu Shengliang is a member of a team of deaf couriers in Shanghai, an innovation by Gu Zhong, a TV sign language host who observed the difficulties of hearing-impaired people trying to find work with decent pay and workplace equality. Photo: Weibo
Xu Shengliang is a member of a team of deaf couriers in Shanghai, an innovation by Gu Zhong, a TV sign language host who observed the difficulties of hearing-impaired people trying to find work with decent pay and workplace equality. Photo: Weibo
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