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szdaily -> Photo Highlights -> 
Blind erhu player inspires listeners
    2015-10-29  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    DENG Qiqi, 17, has moved many people with his persistence in playing erhu despite the fact he is visually impaired.

    Born to a farming family in Haozhou, Anhui Province, Deng lost his vision in both eyes after taking the wrong medication when he was only 1 year old. When Deng turned 6, erhu teacher Guo Yulong taught the boy how to play the two-stringed instrument.

    Because of his musical gift, Deng has achieved many things. At the age of 8, he was accepted to Beijing Nationality University and given a full scholarship. While there, he met nationally famous erhu player and teacher Song Fei, who helped Deng hone his skills. However, the family could not afford to live in the city and had to leave after six months.

    Deng came to Shenzhen with his mother in 2009 and helped support his family by playing the erhu on the street. Many Shenzhen residents who heard him play were inspired by Deng’s skillful performance and his story of persistence.

    With more and more people’s attention and help, Deng joined a charity group associated with Shenzhen Children’s Palace and became a solo player with the group. He has won many music awards in recent years.

    Deng now holds solo concerts around the country with the help of the organization and even owns his own music studio. (Zhang Qian)

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