Malaysian cafe run by the deaf offers job opportunities and a sense of dignity

Unlike other cafes, RC Deaf Missions Cafe exclusively employs the deaf. Photos: THE STAR/Samuel Ong

When you step into the RC Deaf Missions Cafe in Petaling Jaya, don’t expect a chirpy “Welcome!” greeting or a staff calling out your order.

Its barista Mohammad Faizal Abdul Rasat, 40, is hearing-impaired and can only communicate using sign language.

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