Teacher helps deaf-mute children with love

By Liu Kun in Wuhan and Zhu Lixin | chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2022-11-30 18:40
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In the past 13 years, Li Hongjia has helped nearly 500 deaf-mute children return to ordinary schools. [Photos provided to chinadaily.com.cn]

She has formed her own techniques in speech training for the children, who wear artificial cochlear implants for hearing.

For example, when teaching a child to pronounce tu, which means rabbit, she would put a paper in front of their mouth. She said it was a great joy to see the paper finally blow.

A graduate of Hubei University, Li, 31, chose her career when she was a freshman and came to the rehabilitation center as a volunteer.

"One day I found a child suffering from a painful illness but held back from crying. His strong mind touched me a lot," said Li, who decided then to help the children more.

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