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"The fact is that people are touched by these great performers, regardless of whether they are disabled or poor," he said."They are struggling in life compared with others, but they also have hobbies and talents to get them through their tough lives." "It helps people be more aware of whether we are doing too little to help these people," he added.Han points out that most contestants in recent years have been run of the mill, and are no match to the early stars such as Li Yuchun and Zhang Liangying.
Li Hao, director of the editor's office, Hunan Satellite Television, says talent shows, where participants not only sing, but also dance and present mime and acrobatics, help create a more multifaceted stage.Those on the losing team go through various other trials to decide who comes back and who goes home.In the “PK,” or “Player Kill”, segment two contestants face off against one another issuing questions, challenges and taunts under a timing and buzzer system with the audience at the end determining which player gets “killed.” "China's Got Talent” has featured armless paino players, disabled modern dancers and break-dancing migrant workers, has been a hit since its launch in July, despite skepticism among some viewers about whether all the participants' stories are genuine.In one episode a women is shown moaning to her husband for more anesthesia while on the operating table and throwing up in her hospital room because she misses her five-year-old son.[Source: AP] In July 2006 China imposed a ban on television and radio advertising of products that promised breast enhancement, weight loss or increased height.