As we look back on the year nearly behind us, there's one area that's particularly fun to recap: child prodigies. Whether four years old, or even in the double digits, the tiny talents never cease to fascinate us.
This year, 5-year-old Tsung Tsung from Hong Kong charmed viewers of Ellen with a solemn, tuxedoed rendition of "Flight Of The Bumblebee"; Aelita Andre, the world's youngest professional painter, had her second solo show in New York; and six-year-old pianist Marissa Lui practiced for her performance at Carnegie Hall, where she couldn't reach the pedals of the piano. Scroll through the slideshow below and let us know if you're envious or amazed in the comments section.
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