Liu Wei ... Lost his arms from an accident at age 10, Liu Wei from Beijing never gives up living strong. He managed to do everything with his feet and started to learn to play piano at age 19. His dream is to become a musician. He just turned 23 and he won the China's Got Talent Show on Oct. 10, 2010. In the final, he played piano and sang the song "You Are Beautiful", perhaps his vocal is not the best render of this song, but the power and inspiration of his zest for life won him the final. Bravo!
ขอเชิญชม Winner of China's Got Talent 2010 ความยาว 7.06 นาที
In 2002, Liu Wei won two gold medals and one silver at the National Swimming Championship for the Disabled. In 2010, he won the Guinness World Record of typing the most letters alphabetically in 1 minute, using the feet: 251 letters.
Liu Wei Quotes
"To me, there are three things can not be missed in life air, water and music."
"There are only two paths in my life for me either to die as fast as possible, or to live as brilliant a life as I could."
"I don't feel that I am that different from other people. Normally everyone is used to do everything with one's hands so your hands are more flexible. There is no rule saying that you can't do things with your feet."
"A man should be responsible to his dreams. My dream is to become a great musician."
"I know if I want to do it better than other people, I have to put in more efforts."
On the note he wrote on the paper in this clip, it says: "Walk on, at least I have a pair of perfect legs."
เด็กชายชื่อ Uudam 烏達木 (Wu Da Mu) เป็นเด็กชายจากเขตมองโกเลียนใน ประเทศจีน อายุ 8 ปี น้องเขาเข้าร่วมแข่งขัน China Got Talent 2011 ร้องเพลงเพื่อแม่ที่น้องเขารัก
ขอเชิญชม Mongolian boy singing for his mom ความยาว 10.01 นาที
On June 6, 2011, a shy 22-year-old in a plaid shirt stood onstage during the auditions for Koreas Got Talent. He introduced himself as a manual laborer who had made a living selling gum and energy drinks for ten years; then moved both the judges and the audience during an exceptional performance of Nella Fantasia. As the audience learned more about his background and rough childhood, the more they cheered for him. Heres his story: Choi was abandoned in an orphanage at age three. He ran away from the abusive orphanage when he was five years old and lived on the streets alone, sleeping on stairs and in toilets. At age 8, he began delivering milk and newspapers in addition to working as a laborer to survive.
Do you enjoy singing? the Koreas Got Talent judge asked him after his performance. Sung Bong Choi replied, Rather then say I sing because I enjoy it, I like singing because it was the first thing I liked after living like a day-fly I dont sing that well but when I sing I become a different person.