With No Arms, Man Learns Piano with His Toes

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Learning to play the piano is a challenge for most people -- and can be even more difficult for someone who is handicapped.

But after a tragic accident, Liu Wei's passion for music didn't stop. He learned to play the piano -- with his toes.

When Weir was 10, his arms were amputated after he was electrocuted during a game of "hide-and-seek' with his friends.

Wei started playing piano when he was in his late teens. With no interest in prosthetic limbs, he learned to play with his feet.

Wei got national attention when he performed on the show "China's Got Talent." The performance earned him a standing ovation.

Right now people look at him and notice that he has no arms, Wei said. But in the future he wants them to look at him and see a talented musician.

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