Blue-colored wristband produced as a mark for easy communication

March 22, 2014

Since deafness does not show itself for the sake of appearance, the person who studied sign language cannot find a Deaf person, and so do not start an actual conversation easily.

Even if Deaf persons cannot judge whether a person is fluent in sign language or not, they hardly speak to the others.

The Kochi Prefecture Association of the Deaf in western Japan products wristbands and sells 300 yen per piece to help a Deaf person and a hearing counterpart start communication quickly. 

The wristband is a blue product made from silicon, and has a phrase of "We Love Communication" on the surface.


Japanese source:
http://www.kochinews.co.jp/?&nwSrl=317451&nwIW=1&nwVt=knd

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