@Lagertha Lothbrok, it's a type of traditional Chinese theater called bian lian, it's actually a protected state secret in China.
@Lagertha Lothbrok, Witchcraft.
@ Tobias Widower, Bian Lian* lol Bian Lan was a Chinese basketball player who helped them win the 2002 Asia Championship.
@ Tobias Widower, really? Coz a basic google search gives a wiki page saying it's basically a thin cloth pulled tight, drawn away with a string...
Not a well guarded secret then?
@Shadow Storm, You just don't understand how intricate that string is...
@Shadow Storm, ok, ill hand you juggling balls. It's just tossing balls in the air, can't be that hard. Oh? You have to practice and there's multiple techniques? Who would've thought that a simple looking trick could take so much investment.
@Littlechuckie, fixed, thanks kind sir
@ Tobias Widower, I never claimed the trick didn't require skill and finesse, just that it's not exactly a 'secret' technique. I'm fascinated by quick change experts. Especially techniques that aren't hidden behind an obstruction like a screen, fan, or 360 spin.
@Shadow Storm, sure, if you believe everything you read on Wikipedia
@Shadow Storm, NOT ANY MORE IT’S NOT
Its very fast but can be seen when slowed down. He puts his hand behind his back to pull a cord which in turn pulls the mask down. Thats why most of them wear the neck accessories. I love chinese culture.
He took something from her purse
I would actually shjt my pants
Did anyone else notice the eyes move on the belt?
Poor General Krang. Oh how the mighty have fallen.
Pretty darn neato