What is “Sichuan Opera Face Changing Show”?
With the national costume and music, it would be one of the most fantastic shows you can ever see. Performers wave their arms and turn their heads, and their painted masks change repeatedly. The face changing, or "Bian Lian" in Chinese, is an important aspect of Chinese Sichuan opera. "Bian Lian" (literally "Face-Changing") is an ancient Chinese dramatic art that is part of the more general Sichuan opera. Performers wear brightly colored costumes and move to quick, dramatic music. They also wear vividly colored masks, which they change within a fraction of a second. From after dinner entertainment to inaugural ceremonies, private parties to product launches, because of the unique and impressive performance, this will ensure the event will be remembered and talked for years.
“Thomas Sichuan Opera Face Changing Show” is a very special performing arts. It is a unique combination of magic, martial arts, dance and music.
It also includes interactions with guests. The masks which appear in the show have profound implications in Chinese culture. You will see 8 different color masks in this show. Different color (red, green, blue, silver, yellow and orange) of the masks means different tempers such as joy, anger or sadness.
Also, each mask can indicate different famous character in Chinese culture such as the Monkey King. There are totally eight masks which will be changed in a moment just in front of you eyes. No matter it is a private party or a corporate function, “Thomas Sichuan Opera face changing show” is the best choice to contribute to a successful event.
In 2009, Thomas even restudied with a teacher, learned a more difficult trick which is “Sichuan biting fan Face-Changing". It means Thomas can even change the mask while he is biting a fan.
Thomas Lin –NO.1 Face-Changing Performer in Australia.
Chinese court magic
Thomas also provides Chinese court magic. It is a combination of sword swallowing, escaping and other amazing Chinese new magic tricks.
Can you imagine a magician uses his hands to make the raw rice become rice crispy?
Can you imagine a magician uses the power of "Tai-chi" to make people floating in the air?
They all can be seen in Thomas’s” Special Chinese Court Magic Show”.
Thomas has performed the art for more than five years in Taiwan. He has performed in many five star hotels such as Hyatt hotel and Sheraton hotel.
Also, he has performed in functions of many international companies such as World Vision and American Institute in Taiwan.
Sometimes, you can also see him on TV shows. Now, you do not need to go to China or Taiwan to see the amazing show. Let Thomas bring it to your function.
These are typical comments/ feedback from his clients....
"Thomas is one of the few magicians who dare to perform just a few inches from you. I have never seen such an impeccable "face changing" show in such a close range. He gets audiences involved without pre arrangement and makes people hold their breath and wide shut their eyes. In short, Thomas is magical in turning a monotonous function party into a real entertaining night." ~Reid Zhu, Australian Chinese Radio
“Your show was fantastic! Especially the Sichuan Opera Face-Changing Show, what a wonderful show you put on. It was well organized and fully demonstrated the beauty of the Chinese culture. Thank you so much.”~Shi Zong Zeng, Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture Society of Australia LTD
“Awesome! We have expected for this for a long time.”~Max Ma, Chinese Medicine Industry Council of Australia