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Descriere: (201016) -- BEIJING, Oct. 16, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Wang Xiangjun is reflected on the piano as she teaches in a piano lesson at the Hefei Special Education Center in Hefei, east China's Anhui Province, Oct. 12, 2020.\r\n The 24-year-old Wang Xiangjun, who is congenitally blind, has a dream -- teaching visually impaired kids how to play the piano. \r\n Wang was first introduced to music by her grandmother, who was a primary school music teacher. But she did not start to learn to play the piano until she was sent to study at the Hefei Special Education Center of east China's Anhui Province. \r\n 'Music makes her more confident. Her ears are her eyes,' recalled Li Yunxia, Wang's music teacher at the special education center. 'Though learning piano is especially difficult for blind people, she was very earnest about it. She not only kept up with the teaching schedule, and she even performed better than I expected,' Li said. \r\n Wang finished the braille version of the exam paper in 2015 and was admitted to the Tianjin Conservatory of Music, the first blind student to do so through the college entrance exam in Anhui Province. \r\n After graduation, she returned to her alma mater -- Hefei Special Education Center, and became a piano teacher in 2019. Her dream finally came true when she gave her first music lesson to over 20 students from the school's piano club. (Xinhua/Zhou Mu)