China toe pianist

In this Aug. 26, 2010 photo, pianist Liu Wei plays the piano with his toes during his practice session in Shanghai. The 23-year-old, whose arms were amputated after a childhood accident, plays the piano with his toes. Liu was thrust into the limelight earlier this month when he performed on "China's Got Talent," the Chinese version of the TV show that helped make Britain's Susan Boyle a singing star. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko)
In this Aug. 26, 2010 photo, pianist Liu Wei plays the piano with his toes during his practice session in Shanghai. The 23-year-old, whose arms were amputated after a childhood accident, plays the piano with his toes. Liu was thrust into the limelight earlier this month when he performed on "China's Got Talent," the Chinese version of the TV show that helped make Britain's Susan Boyle a singing star. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko)
In this Aug. 26, 2010 photo, pianist Liu Wei plays the piano with his toes during his practice session in Shanghai. The 23-year-old, whose arms were amputated after a childhood accident, plays the piano with his toes. Liu was thrust into the limelight earlier this month when he performed on "China's Got Talent," the Chinese version of the TV show that helped make Britain's Susan Boyle a singing star. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko)
In this Aug. 26, 2010 photo, pianist Liu Wei who plays the piano with his toes smiles after his practice session in Shanghai. Liu's arms were amputated from the shoulders at age 10 after he was electrocuted while playing hide-and-seek with his friends and is now appearing in Chinese talent show Dragon TV's "China's Got Talent." (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko)
In this Aug. 26, 2010 photo, pianist Liu Wei plays the piano with his toes during his practice session in Shanghai. The 23-year-old, whose arms were amputated after a childhood accident, plays the piano with his toes. Liu was thrust into the limelight earlier this month when he performed on "China's Got Talent," the Chinese version of the TV show that helped make Britain's Susan Boyle a singing star. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko)
 In this Aug. 26, 2010 photo, pianist Liu Wei plays the piano with his toes during his practice session in Shanghai. Liu's arms were amputated from the shoulders at age 10 after he was electrocuted while playing hide-and-seek with his friends and is now appearing in Chinese talent show Dragon TV's "China's Got Talent." (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko)
In this Aug. 26, 2010 photo, pianist Liu Wei takes off one of socks to play a piano before his practice session in Shanghai. The 23-year-old, whose arms were amputated after a childhood accident, plays the piano with his toes. Liu was thrust into the limelight earlier this month when he performed on "China's Got Talent," the Chinese version of the TV show that helped make Britain's Susan Boyle a singing star. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko)

In this Aug. 26, 2010 photo, pianist Liu Wei sits in front of a piano before his practice session in Shanghai. The 23-year-old, whose arms were amputated after a childhood accident, plays the piano with his toes. Liu was thrust into the limelight earlier this month when he performed on "China's Got Talent," the Chinese version of the TV show that helped make Britain's Susan Boyle a singing star.(AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko)