Performers: Asian Entertainment

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Bian Lian

Bian Lian

Dan Chan has secretly acquired a priceless three century old National Chinese Treasure: Bian Lian. In January of 2009, Dan moved to Asia to learn this secretive art form from a Bian Lian Master. After studying day and night for … Continue reading

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Chinese Dragon

Chinese Dragon

The year of the dragon comes around only once every twelve years but you and your guests can experience the good fortune and prosperity of this majestic creature at your next event! The dragon is the perfect entertainment for a … Continue reading

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Chinese Greeters

Chinese Greeters

Chinese greeters will welcome guests in traditional Chinois dresses and lend an elegant and authentic Asian feel to your event. Each female greeter will hold a basket filled with fortune cookies that they will pass to each guest. These greeters … Continue reading

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Chinese Plate Spinning

Chinese Plate Spinning

Plate Spinning is a traditional acrobatic act dating back to the Han Dynasty (206BC-220AD). Performers traditionally manipulated one plate with a long stick, with no changes in the routine for centuries. In the 1950s, actors from the acrobatic troupe (under … Continue reading

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Chinese Tea Leaf Reader

Chinese Tea Leaf Reader

Reading a fortune from tea leaves has likely been around as long as tea itself; over five thousand years. The Chinese would read the formation of tea leaves in their cups for symbols, omens or unusual patterns. Concentration is important … Continue reading

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Daniel Chan

Daniel Chan

When you choose San Francisco Magician Dan Chan, magic is just the beginning… Dan Chan masters more than most, promises more than expected, and delivers more than hoped. He’s been called “an intense, three-ring circus rolled into one man” and … Continue reading

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Lion Dancers

Lion Dancers

Experience the authentic tradition of Chinese Lion Dancing for your next event! Lion dancers are perfectly suited for any celebration such as a new business opening, product launch, or company celebration. In Hong Kong, new businesses are often christened with … Continue reading

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Red Panda Acrobats

Red Panda Acrobats

The Red Panda Acrobats were formed in Shanghai, China in 1990. They are professionally trained and perform year round dazzling audiences of all ages. The Red Pandas travel regularly throughout the United States, Asia, and Europe sharing their talents. From … Continue reading

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San Francisco Taiko

San Francisco Taiko

San Francisco Taiko Dojo is comprised of approximately 200 students ranging from age 4 to 60+, of varying professions, backgrounds, ethnicities, and skill levels. Grand Master Tanaka opens Taiko to all, believing that, “It’s very important that Taiko not be … Continue reading

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Traditional Chinese Calligraphy

Traditional Chinese Calligraphy

Enjoy the tradition of ancient Chinese Calligraphy at your next event. Derived from ancient Chinese manuscripts, your guests can learn this revered art form while having their name printed on hand made paper or silk fans. Your guests will have … Continue reading

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Traditional Chinese Instrumental Trio

Traditional Chinese Instrumental Trio

Like the music of ancient Greece, Chinese music is believed to have cosmological and ethical connotations. The success of a dynasty was attributed to its inability to find the proper “huang chung”, or tone of absolute pitch. Celebrate your success … Continue reading

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