A Taiwanese boy who overcame slow finger development, played a stunning performance on Asia’s Got Talent, in which he received a “Golden Buzzer.”
Feng E, who is just 10, gave an amazing performance on the electric ukulele. Judge David Foster is a Canadian musician, record producer, composer, songwriter, and arranger who discovered and launched some of the greatest music careers, including Michael Bublé, Josh Groban, and Celine Dion.
He was so amazed at Feng’s performance that he said: “People think of a ukulele as a toy, and you turned it into an experience!” David pushed the golden buzzer for Feng and praised him as a prodigy of original music.
Feng E’s musical talent began when his school teacher informed his parents that his finger development was slow. Feng’s father, who played the guitar, knew that instrument playing could help to improve the agility of his fingers, so he started to play with his son.
Initially, Feng E showed no interest in the ukulele, but his father convinced him to continue by offering to play Legos with after he completed each lesson. Eventually, Feng E became a talented ukulele performer with the ability to deliver a standing ovation at a nationally televised talent show.
Feng E has successfully moved on to the next level where he will compete with players from various countries for the championship of Asia’s Got Talent.
Watch this video of Feng E’s performance on :
Translated by Jean Chen.