Sisters with disability in China make a living by singing in live-stream videos

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2nd October 2018

Sisters with disability in China make a living by singing in live-stream videos

Three sisters have garnered a huge following — 260,000 fans, to be exact — after finding their niche in live-stream videos.

The sisters, Peng Yan, 31, Peng Jiangqiu, 28, and Peng Jiangdan, 25, were born with brittle bone disease, as per Chongqing Evening News via South China Morning Post on Oct. 1.

Before discovering live-streaming videos, the sisters used to just spend their days lying in bed. Their disease was so severe it left them stunted and unable to walk, thus never having the opportunity to attend school. The sisters, however, learned to read on their own thanks to the television.

Today, the sisters are internet stars through their video channel, where they share clips of themselves telling stories and singing songs.

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