Dancer sheds light on living with a hearing disability | Updated: 2023-12-12 11:50
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Netizens have praised Yu Tiantian from Zhengzhou, Henan province, for insisting on dancing for 15 years despite having a hearing disability from birth, People's Daily reported on Sunday.

Born in the 1990s, Yu's world has been silent since she was a year old when her family found she couldn't hear any voices. Through touching her mother's throat to feel how the muscles affect the voice, Yu learned to speak.

However, like any other girl, Yu has a natural love for beauty. Watching others dance in a club during her childhood, Yu developed a deep affection for dance, although she lacked a formal dance background.

After graduating from high school, Yu was admitted to the Zhengzhou Normal University School of Special Education, majoring in dance. It was only when her university life started she began to change, making friends and embracing a colorful world.

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