The TV program Singer on Chinese TV, propelled Kazakhstan Singer Dimash Kudaibergen onto the world stage. Almost overnight, he became an international singing sensation. Opera 2 was one of the songs he performed which brought on some controversy. The legal team of the writer and original singer of the song sent a notice to the TV station to bar Dimash's performance. Was it out of jealousy? Did the original singer with a vocal range of 5 octaves feel threatened by this new boy-child-man singer with 6 octaves? Is there something magical about this boy-child-man singer that makes audiences cry and judges shake their heads in disbelief? I think it's his child-like innocence and open display of his love for family and fans that endear him to millions. Check out this video that shows a glimpse of the child in this man when he embraces his father who surprised him at a performance in China. What he says to his father after a second night of bringing the audience to tears and to their feet as fellow singers look on in admiration and disbelief will reveal the vulnerability and toughness of this young man. Watch this video to the end and you'll find out. It's this part of his personality which endears him to millions... not just his voice or his vocal range. These poignant moments between father and son has not been translated into English and I feel that those unfamiliar with Chinese and Kazakh really do miss something special. So, here it is, the translated Opera 2 including the few but meaningful words between father and son.