Disabled workers find opportunity at grape farm


A better shot at life: Hanlin plucking grapes at the farm in Nantong. — China Daily/ANN

JIANGSU: As the weather became hot and wet in June, grapes began to bear fruit like green pearls at a plantation in Nantong, a coastal city in Jiangsu province.

Li Hanlin, 41, checked the grapes and removed redundant or ill ones to help the others mature better.

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