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Hear this: how a Pakistan food truck is breaking down language ...


Hear this: how a Pakistan food truck is breaking down language barriers

In a first for the country, a hearing-impaired family has hit the road with a deaf-staffed mobile eatery

Sheree Sardar

The bright yellow truck with a logo of a pair of spectacles perched over a luxurious moustache looks like many other food trucks that attract hungry students at a college in the Pakistani capital of Islamabad.

But when giving their order, the students begin signalling with their hands, indicating this is not an ordinary food truck.

The Abey Khao, which translates to “The Eat Guys”, food truck is Pakistan’s first mobile restaurant staffed entirely by deaf workers, providing an economic opportunity for them...

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