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A short video showing a one-arm Chinese teenager playing basketball caught people’s a1. on Chinese social media platforms(平台). In the video, the young teen was playing with superb basketball skills, doing crossover and behind-the-back dribbling moves, which made him win cheers and h2. praise from the audience.

"I didn't even realize he had o3. one arm when I first watched the video," said one viewer.

The one-arm 13-year-old is a country boy f4. Yunfu City, Guangdong Province. His name is Zhang Jiacheng. At the age of five, he lost his r5. arm after an accident.

However, it didn't p6. him from playing basketball.

Many videos of him practicing at home or on the basketball court were shown on the social media.

Even when playing against other players far taller and s7. than him, he still plays so well that he can shoot the ball while being defended.

"Keep up or g8. up" is his life motto.

His basketball s9. as well as his courage also received praise from China's professional(专业) basketball players. "I've never seen a child play basketball better than him," said Chinese national basketball player Zhu Fangyu. Zhu, now the manager of the Guangdong Southern Tigers team, has i10. Zhang Jiacheng to come and watch the team play after the season resumes recently.

While his former teammate, CBA's all-time leading scorer Yi Jianlian, had similar thoughts after watching him play, saying: "The heart always remains as the strongest part of the body."

 

1.attention 2.high 3.only 4.from 5.right 6.prevent 7.stronger 8.give 9.skills 10.invited 【解析】 最近一段一个中国青少年打篮球的视频引起了人们的关注,这个男孩叫张家城,他在一次事故中失去了一条胳膊,但他没有放弃自己的梦想,努力训练,想成为一名篮...
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