'Seeing Sang do his thing here brings a certain type of humanity to how we're all different' — This Vietnamese restaurant is helping the world see that people with disabilities are just people, period.

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In US news and current events today, meet Chef Reyna Duong — in 2015 she opened a rave bánh mì shop that employs different abled people, like her brother and star employee Sang.

Since 2015, ‘Sandwich Hag’ has helped cultivate a burgeoning food scene within Dallas, Texas. Customers flock to the shop for Chef Reyna Duong’s signature bánh mì sanwiches & Vietnamese comfort food inspired by her Mom. Much of that success is also due to the presence of her brother, Sang, who works in the kitchen.

Watch this interview with Chef Reyna to learn about her moving story of what led her to become Sang's guardian and open an equal opportunity business for people who are 'differently abled.'

Learn more about Sandwich Hag in this interview with Chef Reyna and Sang.

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RT 30 Mar 2020 20:02 CEST

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