Liu Wei lost his arms at the age of 10 after touching a high-voltage wire during a game of hide-and-seek. At the time, he dreamed of becoming a soccer player. He started playing the piano at age of 18  or 19  sources vary to pursue his childhood dream of being a musician. In his first appearance, Liu received a standing ovation from the audience, many of whom were moved to tears, for a performance of "Mariage D'amour" by Richard Clayderman on August 8,
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A talented Russian pianist born without hands has won over the nation with his beautiful version of the Twilight melody. Musical prodigy Alexey Romanov has become a renowned piano player, despite being born without hands and with only one foot due a debilitating disease. The year-old has been offered a place at a music school after he moved a crowd to tears with his rendition of River Flows in You by South Korean pianist Yiruma. In footage filmed in February he is welcomed to the stage, alongside La Primavera chamber orchestra, with a huge round of applause. Following the performance he was invited to join a music school and to participate in the Guests from Tomorrow TV project.
Liu Wei's arms were amputated after a childhood accident, so the year-old plays the piano with this toes. To play, Mr Liu sits on a stool and removes his shoes and right sock, keeping his left sock on and using his right toes to place the sock in his right shoe. He keeps his left sock on. The Dragon TV programme has drawn attention to the hopes and challenges of the disabled and otherwise disadvantaged in China, who can often face fierce discrimination.