Russian President, Vladimir Putin, had set benchmarks in living a life. From riding shirtless on a horse in Siberia to piloting a hand glider with migratory birds, from swimming with dolphins to tossing judo opponents, President Vladimir Putin is giving life goals to every living person on this planet. And adding to the list to his hobby, President Vladimir Putin is seen playing piano in Beijing.
He was in Beijing for the “One Belt, One Road” initiative, a $1 trillion plan for infrastructure and economic development in some 60 countries. And while waiting at a state guesthouse for China’s president, Xi Jinping, Mr Putin sat down at a grand piano and played two tunes: “Evening Song,” by Vasily Solovyov-Sedoi, and “Moscow Windows,” by Tikhon Khrennikov.
Both songs are from the late 1950s, when Mr Putin, 64, was a child and the Soviet Union was emerging from the shadow of Stalin, who died in 1953.
The performance seemed casual, but it was clearly not spontaneous — a cameraman was on hand, and video of the impromptu recital quickly circulated on the Russian state news media.
— Sputnik (@SputnikInt) May 14, 2017