Audiences blown away by bubble artist Jano Yang

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Published July 14th, 2011 - 11:08 GMT

Record-breaking bubble artist extraordinaire Jano Yang drew a big smile on the faces of adults and children alike in the premiere of his interactive “Gazillion Bubble Show”, part of the Bahrain Summer Festival 2011. The show, which combines science, physics, and magic, with a healthy dose of audience participation, uses unique chemical mixtures, special props, and dazzling laser and lighting technology, to allow Yang to perform a seemingly endless array of bubbly tricks.

The talented performer, who has been perfecting his craft for over 20 years, holds 17 Guinness World records such as the longest bubble (52 meters), which he achieved in Beijing and nicknamed “The Great Wall of China”. The cheerful audience eagerly obliged Yang’s requests for volunteers to take part in some of his outrageous feats such as enveloping a group of people inside one of his patented enormous bubbles. The show runs twice-daily at 5 and 8 pm until Saturday (July 16th),

Background Information

Bahrain Summer

Summer is here and that can only mean one thing, the Bahrain Summer Festival season is back! Escape the heat and enter into the world of Nakhool Tent, a safe collaborative environment that expands and molds young minds and emphasizes positive values. This year, the tent features an expanded two month-long program of activities divided into different categories, each of which includes dozens of workshops that cater to every interest and age group – tots to teens, and from art to agriculture and acting to astronomy. The festival also features a number of cultural shows organized in collaboration with local foreign embassies. So what are you waiting for? Come on and join the fun and make this your most memorable summer yet!

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