Starbucks opens 'silent cafe' in China, employs hearing-impaired staff

Leading American coffee chain Starbucks has opened a 'silent cafe' in
the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou, in which nearly half of the
staff are hearing-impaired, as part of an initiative to support the
employment for people with disabilities.

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