Monday, October 24, 2016

Video: Night Show with LED and Fire

My latest addition to YouTube is this show video, which presents some highlights of my juggling show. The showtime was at night, so the highlights of my show were LED Juggling and Fire Juggling. I performed at an event held in a public venue.

Watch the video below:




In the video, I performed my Fire Juggling act on top of the wall that was behind me. It was somewhat windy - you can see the effect of the wind on the flames of my fire torches.

I posted the video to Facebook about 2 days ago and was delighted with the response. Thanks to everyone who viewed the video there!
Thank you for watching! 



Friday, October 7, 2016

National Gallery Singapore - Night Juggling

The prominent street photographer, Aik Beng Chia, captured this eye-catching image of me juggling at night in Singapore.

Jimmyjuggler LED juggling photo by Aik Beng Chia at National Gallery Singapore
Source: https://www.instagram.com/p/BLGZwjjhDvx/


The still image above is taken from the photographer's video of JimmyJuggler on the steps outside the National Gallery Singapore




The facade of the gallery building is a wonderful backdrop. At night, the external lighting arrangement highlights the architectural design in all the right places.
 
It is noteworthy that the National Gallery Singapore has been crowned the winner of two awards, Best Attraction Experience and Breakthrough Contribution to Tourism, at the Singapore Tourism Awards 2016. Check out the opening hours.

Thank you for watching!


Monday, October 3, 2016

Throwback about Juggling - way back!

Today, we take a very quick look at the origins of the Art of Juggling. The earliest record of juggling is a wall painting in ancient Egypt, which depicts what appears to be jugglers, about 4,000 years ago. See the following screenshot of a relevant Wikipedia page:


Source: Wikipedia


Interestingly, a search of the phrase, "juggling in ancient China" yields the following images. The Han Dynasty period was 206 BC–220 AD. The Ming Dynasty period was from the years 1368 to 1644. See the following screenshot taken from a relevant Wikipedia page.


Source: Wikipedia


Many other cultures around the world have historical records of juggling. This has been a very quick look back in time. For more information, try the search phrase, "history of juggling" when browsing through the Wikipedia website.


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