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Expatriates' rich contribution to China recognized

By Lin Qi | China Daily | Updated: 2013-11-12 08:13

In the nine years since they met, Bob Bellows, an 84-year-old jazz singer and Deng Peitong, a 14-year-old visually impaired pianist have been performing together, bringing their love of jazz to Chinese audiences.

Bellows moved with his wife from the United States to Zhuhai, a coastal retreat in Guangdong province. He regards the town as his second home and took on a single student - Deng, who was born without eyesight but learned to play the piano at age 3.

The unusual friendship has jazzed up both of their lives. When Bellows teaches Deng colorful, creative music, he also learns about the richness of life.

Expatriates' rich contribution to China recognized

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