Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Exhibition for the M.I.C.E. sector

Last week, I attended the MICE Asia-Pacific Exhibition at the Suntec City convention centre in Singapore. MICE is an acronym for Meetings, Incentive Travel, Conventions & Exhibitions. It is a significant industry in Singapore.

As one of the featured performers in the exhibition, I performed on both days of the exhibition. Visitors to the exhibition included MICE industry professionals and service providers to the MICE industry.




Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Fun photos from the Masquerade party

Earlier this week, I performed at the Orchid Country Club ballroom. The venue was set for a large party and many guests wore a fun costume or mask. 

Behind-the-scenes, the wonderful members of The Project Crew confidently brought the party to life that night for Wildlife Reserves Singapore. See their photos on Facebook:

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The Project Crew took this photo of me during my Knives Juggling Act:

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 Thank you, The Project Crew!


Thursday, November 6, 2014

Epic high-wire walks set new records

On Sunday, 2 November 2014, Nik Wallenda accomplished, not one but two, record-breaking high-wire walks over Chicago. The daredevil performer, of the famous Flying Wallendas family, walked on tightropes suspended at least 500 feet above the ground. 

As if the first inclined tightrope walk wasn't enough, the second tightrope walk was done by Nik blindfolded. Both times, Nik did not use any safety net or harness.

Read more about the astonishing stunt at the news website (it includes a link to the YouTube video) below:




Sunday, November 2, 2014

Stadium Run at the Singapore Sports Hub

There were two waves of runners at the Stadium Run held at the Singapore Sports Hub on 1 November 2014. I was there to juggle beside the race route, to provide some visual entertainment to the participants as they ran 5 rounds around the stadium. Other entertainers included cheerleaders, Bhangra dancers, and drummers, and we were stationed at different points along the route.

During the event, it rained heavily. It was good that the race route was sheltered by a wide sloped roof, otherwise everyone would have gotten wet. Come to think of it, everyone was wet, not so much from rain but from perspiration. That's certainly a natural outcome of a high-energy sports event!





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