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Sergio Thompson, the Ghanaian who works blindfolded

Sergio Thompson is a Ghanaian student in China, his remarkable skill: not assemble and disassemble a car engine in the shortest time but on blindfolded. This exceptional skill has earned him recognition.

With a lot of determination and a pleasant attitude, a talented Ghanaian student in China, Sergio Thompson, is making commendable progress. The talented Ghanaian, Sergio Thompson, has acquired exceptional skills in the field of car dissimulation and assembly in China and plans to return home to create a technical training school to transfer the knowledge acquired to Ghanaians.

Sergio Thompson, 19, was sent to China by his father to learn auto repair four years ago. He is the first Ghanaian foreign student at Lanxiang Vocational School. He named himself Liu Yang in Chinese while claiming that learning in a foreign language was a challenge for him.

 Sergio Thompson, the Ghanaian who works blindfolded
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The young Ghanaian had to place Chinese pinyin cards everywhere in his room to allow him to continue practicing spelling. Having no knowledge of the mother tongue, he took the opportunity to practice oral communication and, a year later, began to communicate fluently in Chinese.

 Sergio Thompson, the Ghanaian who works blindfolded
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Another challenge he overcame was the task of having to develop technical skills to become the best at what he does. Sergio Thompson specializes in auto repair at Shandong Lanxiang Technician College. And can now disassemble and assemble automotive engines on blindfolded in the shortest possible time.

His determination to overcome difficult challenges has earned him worldwide recognition. He will soon finish his studies and return to his country with great skills acquired in China.

 Sergio Thompson, the Ghanaian who works blindfolded
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To add to this success, which is mainly intended to have an impact on society, Thompson and his father plan to open a technical school in Ghana and invite Chinese teachers to transfer car repair knowledge and skills to Ghanaians.

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