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Armless Man Plays Piano With Toes

Armless Man Plays Piano With Toes

Chinese pianist Liu Wei, who lost both of his arms in a childhood accident, has learned to play piano with his toes. "Whatever other people do with their hands, I do with my feet," said Wei. The 23-year-old recently wowed television audiences across China with his moving performance of "Mariage D'amour" by Richard Clayderman on "China's Got Talent" (video). More from the Associated Press.

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