PHOTOS Disabled artist makes papercutting work in Jilin

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Disabled artist makes papercutting work in Jilin

Xinhua

20:35, June 30, 2020

Hua Li makes a papercutting work in Jilin City, northeast China's Jilin Province, June 29, 2020. Hua Li became disabled due to illness when she was young. She decided to face up to the hardship and learned papercutting with the help of her family. In order to promote papercutting, Hua and her husband set up a papercutting workshop in Jilin which provides free papercutting training for disabled people. (Xinhua/Zhang Nan)

Hua Li guides her husband Song Lipeng to make papercutting work in Jilin City, northeast China's Jilin Province, June 29, 2020. Hua Li became disabled due to illness when she was young. She decided to face up to the hardship and learned papercutting with the help of her family. In order to promote papercutting, Hua and her husband set up a papercutting workshop in Jilin which provides free papercutting training for disabled people. (Xinhua/Zhang Nan)

Hua Li's son Song Ye displays his papercutting work under the guidance of Hua Li in Jilin City, northeast China's Jilin Province, June 29, 2020. Hua Li became disabled due to illness when she was young. She decided to face up to the hardship and learned papercutting with the help of her family. In order to promote papercutting, Hua and her husband set up a papercutting workshop in Jilin which provides free papercutting training for disabled people. (Xinhua/Zhang Nan)

Hua Li's husband Song Lipeng makes a papercutting work in Jilin City, northeast China's Jilin Province, June 29, 2020. Hua Li became disabled due to illness when she was young. She decided to face up to the hardship and learned papercutting with the help of her family. In order to promote papercutting, Hua and her husband set up a papercutting workshop in Jilin which provides free papercutting training for disabled people. (Xinhua/Zhang Nan)

Hua Li makes a papercutting work in Jilin City, northeast China's Jilin Province, June 29, 2020. Hua Li became disabled due to illness when she was young. She decided to face up to the hardship and learned papercutting with the help of her family. In order to promote papercutting, Hua and her husband set up a papercutting workshop in Jilin which provides free papercutting training for disabled people. (Xinhua/Zhang Nan)

Hua Li (L) guides trainee Wang Cong to make papercutting work in Jilin City, northeast China's Jilin Province, June 29, 2020. Hua Li became disabled due to illness when she was young. She decided to face up to the hardship and learned papercutting with the help of her family. In order to promote papercutting, Hua and her husband set up a papercutting workshop in Jilin which provides free papercutting training for disabled people. (Xinhua/Zhang Nan)

Hua Li guides her son to make papercutting work in Jilin City, northeast China's Jilin Province, June 29, 2020. Hua Li became disabled due to illness when she was young. She decided to face up to the hardship and learned papercutting with the help of her family. In order to promote papercutting, Hua and her husband set up a papercutting workshop in Jilin which provides free papercutting training for disabled people. (Xinhua/Zhang Nan)

Hua Li gives an online lecture on papercutting via live streaming in Jilin City, northeast China's Jilin Province, June 29, 2020. Hua Li became disabled due to illness when she was young. She decided to face up to the hardship and learned papercutting with the help of her family. In order to promote papercutting, Hua and her husband set up a papercutting workshop in Jilin which provides free papercutting training for disabled people. (Xinhua/Zhang Nan)

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