Man With Deformed Limbs Slays in Traditional Chinese Art

A man in China is receiving a lot of love for his impressive skills in traditional Chinese art despite having limb deformities.

Wan Erchun, 30, has been learning traditional Chinese art since 2005.

He makes his beautiful creations from his home in the Xibao Village of Nanfan Town, Jiangxian County of Yuncheng City, Shanxi Province, northern China.

According to Xinhua, he has been living with deformities in the hands and feet.

Wan’s condition motivated him to take charge of his fate and learn traditional art.

With hard work and determination, he has now mastered Chinese painting, calligraphy, and seal engraving.

Wan’s story only proves that disability is not a hindrance to success, especially with loving people by one’s side.

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