Bubble magician returns for performance and charity activities
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Vietnamese-Canadian bubble artist Fan Yang, nicknamed “Bubble Magician” for his fantastic use of bubbles made from a variety of substances, is back in Vietnam with his wife and son on a 13-show tour across the country at the end of this month.
Buble artist Fan Yang receiving the certification of his 17th Guinness World Record.
The artist and his family will give their first performance at Hanoi Cultural Friendship Palace from May 27 to June 6 as part of their Asian tour. From there they will take their show to several charity events across the country.
Born in 1962 in Vietnam, Fan Yang left the country at the age of two.
He has set 17 Guinness World Records for his bubble performance. The latest record was recognized in a performance in Vietnam last year when Yang created a bubble large enough to cover 150 people at the Hoa Binh Theater in Ho Chi Minh City in April.
When not performing, Yang spends time looking for ways to make soap bubbles last. He has developed his own secret solution formulas and equipment to create the bubbles.
Yang first performed in Vietnam in 2006.