Giving a chance to people with disabilities

Art ideas: Phuong using sign language to communicate with her workers. — Vietnam News/ANN

NGUYEN Nhat Minh Phuong in the past often gave donations to worthy causes or organised charity events for people with disabilities. But she realised one day that she wanted to do much more than that.

After quitting her job as a teacher because of a throat ailment that made it difficult to speak, Phuong noticed some paintings of her favourite flower, the lotus, which inspired her to make copper-wire artworks.

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