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Ao Shufen

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2020.03.31

Page Update Date
2020.05.11

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A working mom who is determined to live a good life

Ao Shufen, commonly known as ‘Sister Ao’ in her neighbourhood, is a 34 years old woman and a mother of three children. She grew up in a rural Guizhou area and left her hometown to earn a living in the city at a young age. After many twists and turns, owing to her efforts and perseverance, Ao is now the manager of a community charity shop. Once a stay-at-home mother, she has transformed herself to a confident provider of the family whose job includes helping migrants reduce the cost of living by selling second-hand clothing.

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