Think your party trick's pretty special? Sorry, but we're willing to bet it's nowhere near as impressive as Chen Siyuan's super-skill. She can write with both hands at the same time - and in different languages. Beat that!
The 24-year-old translator from northern China discovered her talent while struggling to cope with piles of English homework at school.
She told People's Daily Online: "When I was in high school, I unconsciously wrote with both hands while trying to finish my homework in a hurry. My classmates were curious and tried to imitate me, but none of them succeeded."
Watch the video above to see her demonstrating her skills. Then click through our slideshow below to discover some of our favourite comedy stars' hidden talents. Sadly, none of them can write with both hands, though...
Kristen Wiig Is An Artist
Wiig is known for being a versatile comedic actress but she's also a skilled artist. She majored in studio art at the University of Arizona and almost took a job as a graphic designer creating "before" and "after" art at a <a href="http://www.avclub.com/articles/kristen-wiig,25841/">plastic surgery clinic</a> before furthering her career in comedy.
Ricky Gervais Was In An 80s New Wave Band
Before he was creating "The Office" or making a mockery of the Golden Globes, Gervais sang for the band Seona Dancing.
Conan O'Brien Can Tap Dance
Convinced that you just <em>had</em> to know how to tap dance to become a star, O'Brien started taking lessons at a young age. He painted the picture for <a href="http://www.cnn.com/2012/06/25/showbiz/conan-obrien-piers-morgan/index.html">Piers Morgan</a>, saying, "So all these beautiful black women are learning jazz, tap and all this kind of stuff and then I would march in with my box of tiny shoes..."
Ken Jeong Is A Licensed Medical Doctor
Jeong may have jumped naked from a car trunk in "The Hangover," but in real life he's actually a lot smarter than that. In fact, he went to the University Of North Carolina to obtain his M.D. and, as of 2010, could <a href="http://www.xfmnewscenter.com/news/news.php?cat=Entertainment&title=Ken+Jeong+Renews+License+as+Physician">still practice medicine in California</a>.
Rainn Wilson Can Play Many Instruments
Rainn Wilson makes us laugh on "The Office," but his creative talents extend beyond acting. He told <a href="http://www.heathergreen.us/portfolio/rainn_wilson_interview/">Heather Green</a> that he played the clarinet, the bassoon, the xylophone, the guitar, saxophone, and piano.
Stephen Colbert Is A Sailor
The "Colbert Report" host has competed in the OnDeck Charleston to Bermuda race several times. He told <em><a href="http://www.sailingworld.com/racing/stephen-colbert-challenges-you-to-an-ocean-race">Sailing World</a></em>, "I’ve been made admiral of the fleet. I’m captain of the boat, but I’m admiral of the fleet. I’ll try not to get drunk with power."
Rosie O'Donnell Is A Percussionist
It's no secret that O'Donnell is known for her love of musicals as well as her comedy, but she's also a pretty good percussion player.
Jon Stewart Is A Diehard Crossword Puzzler
Jon Stewart loves crossword puzzles so much that he <a href="http://www.spike.com/video-clips/i06g6o/wordplay-jon-stewart-talks-about-will-shortz">appeared in</a> Will Shortz's 2006 documentary, "Wordplay."
Sandra Bullock Speaks German
Bullock's mother was a German opera singer and Bullock herself also speaks German with ease (notice her confidence in this clip).
Woody Allen Is A Clarinetist
Woody Allen is known for his directing, acting, and stand-up comedy, but he can also often be seen <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AijFWEnrPow">playing the clarinet</a> at <a href="http://www.rosewoodhotels.com/en/carlyle/dining/entertainment_calendar/">The Carlyle</a> in New York City.
Ed O'Neill Was A Great Football Player
Ed O'Neill was good enough at the sport to make it all the way to the Pittsburg Steelers training camp roster <a href="http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/emmys-2011-ed-oneill-almost-228365">before getting cut</a>.
Craig Ferguson Is A Drummer
The "Late Late Show" host played the drums for the punk band <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wj6YSPkwkUQ">Bastards From Hell</a>, later renamed "<a href="http://itstimeforvictory.tumblr.com/post/15882393686/the-dreamboys-the-band-craig-ferguson-was-in">Dreamboys</a>" in his youth.
Leslie Mann Is A Unicyclist
Leslie Mann loves to ride her unicycle. She told <em>Oprah Magazine</em> that she got her first unicycle when she was ten and "Now I can do all kinds of tricks, like cycling backward and jumping off curbs."
Will Arnett Can Play Ice Hockey
Growing up in Canada, Arnett spent a lot of time playing hockey. Although he's not a professional hockey player, he can definitely hold his own <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l_QbPinXt5c">on the ice</a>.
Jon Heder Speaks Japanese
As seen in the video, Heder went on a Mormon mission trip to Japan and learned fluent Japanese.
Jimmy Kimmel Plays The Clarinet
As Jimmy Kimmel shared with fellow clarinetist Eva Longoria on his show, the late night host took up the clarinet in the 6th grade because he wanted to play trombone but thought that they were called clarinets.
Nick Offerman Is A Master Woodworker
The "Parks & Recreation" star wrote a <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/nick-offerman/nick-offerman-woodworking_b_1569650.html#slide=1057041">blog on The Huffington Post</a> about his love of woodworking (he even <a href="http://offermanwoodshop.com/">owns his own shop</a>). As he so eloquently put, he is "fueled by the ingenuity of men and women to cleverly alter this natural material into items of use and beauty."
Joel McHale Played College Football
Joel McHale was a walk on football player at the University of Washington. He wrote an article for <a href="http://www.grantland.com/story/_/id/7035000/the-walk-on">Grantland</a> about his experiences on the team, which included getting hit by an All-American linebacker (his teammate).
Drew Carey Is A Trumpet Player
In his book, "Dirty Jokes And Beer: Stories Of The Unrefined," Drew Carey says that he played the trumpet for a year in the marching band at Kent State University. He switched from playing accordion to trumpet in fourth grade because, "Even then, accordion players had to scratch for gigs."
(Via Daily Mail)