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Braille works keep visually impaired in touch with world around them

By Li Lei | chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2024-05-19 19:12

Sunday marks the 34th National Disability Day. With more than 17 million visually impaired individuals in China, Braille books serve as a crucial pathway for the community to receive education, acquire skills and understand the world. As the sole nonprofit cultural publishing institution serving the blind in China, China Braille Press transforms a vast array of publications into Braille materials. Let's take a closer look inside the Braille printing house to learn more about how Braille books come to life.

Peng Chengcheng contributed to this story.

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