Andri Supriadi is The Deaf Mechanics
This time I will tell you about the experience of repairing motorbikes in a workshop for the deaf. He is a persistent man. The man is handsome. Clean skin. He's a pretty good mechanic.
This isn't the first time I've seen it. Previously, I had also serviced motorcycles with him. Change the oil, fix the brakes, or just check the "health" of the motor.
This time I came again because I want to change the front tire. Thin front tires. Accident-prone. And proven, my wife had an accident when it rained some time ago. When he left for work.
That's why I changed the front tire to a new one. Seeing me again, Andri smiled. Maybe because you already know. The first time I met him, it was a bit difficult to speak in sign language. But, a little understand and understand what is needed or what to do.
Andri is a man who is quite active at work. He didn't give in to fate. Unlike his friends who are also deaf. Andri said most of his friends did not want to work like Andri. They prefer to surrender to fate. I am concerned about the complaint.
Andy is different. Maybe this is reasonable. Because he is a graduate of SMALB (Sekolah Menengah Atas Luar Biasa) Banda Aceh. His full name is Andri Supriadi. He was born in the city of Banda Aceh on October 14, 1989. Now he has a family. Has one son.
Since getting married and having children, Andri admits that he has worked even harder. Andri opened a workshop business in Pango, Ulee Kareng District, Banda Aceh. The location is right next to the Cut Nun coffee shop, Pango.
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Photo was taken: Realme 7 RMX215
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