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Playing violin with one hand, why this Japanese Paralympian is winning hearts

Sep 03, 2021 15:40 IST

With a violin bow fixed to her prosthetic arm, Manami Ito, a Paralympics swimmer and a qualified nurse performed at the Tokyo Paralympics opening ceremony. A video of Ito is now going viral on social media with netizens in awe of her performance and willpower. Ito lost her right arm in a motorbike accident but decided to continue her training as a nurse and became Japan's first qualified nurse with a prosthetic arm in 2007. Manami Ito then decided to own her scars and took up swimming to participate in the Paralympics.

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