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This is a performance of a competitor in a Taiwanese variety show which blew away the audience and judges. It was so good that even judge Lu Chen confessed that the competitor is worthy enough to be his rival.

Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NxjV0TLRGPg
Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bcD4MM3tefg
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Nice!
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WOW ! guys got serious skill, loved it! nice find!!!
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Very skilled, very polished! His adding some nice juggling moves to his ball routine really took it to the next level! That was an excellent one-to-four ball routine (rainbow balls)!

His card work was very skillful and high energy. I liked his exhibition fans! Sure it was not at the same level as his ball work, but superb! The card productions/manipulations were high energy and well executed.

I have a question, not about the performer but about the show. I’ve seen a number of YouTube presentations from that show and what’s with that annoying whistle?
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On 2008-11-17 18:56, Harry Murphy wrote:

I have a question, not about the performer but about the show. I’ve seen a number of YouTube presentations from that show and what’s with that annoying whistle?


LOL. I think some of the spectators are given whistles to blow - it's similar to clapping / cheering. I've never really noticed it cause it's pretty common in East Asia (especially in concerts).

By the way, I forgot to add that this performer won the magic competition. This routine was actually from the finals.
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Chizuyo,

Do you mind telling me where your are from?
I didn't see an intro in the new members section Smile
I'm from Malaysia by the way and enjoy watching 'Zhong Yi Da Ge Da' a lot too.
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On 2008-11-18 11:19, yin_howe wrote:
Chizuyo,

Do you mind telling me where your are from?
I didn't see an intro in the new members section Smile
I'm from Malaysia by the way and enjoy watching 'Zhong Yi Da Ge Da' a lot too.


Hi I'm from SG. Yap, zhong yi da ge da is pretty fun to watch if you understand chinese. The hosts and judges are hilarous.
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One qualm that I have with the show is that the also air the BAD performances
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My guess is that the whistle was added during editing.

Well they have to air the bad performances...the judges' comments on them go very well with the audience. Smile
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Very nicely done and great skill and moves. I enjoyed the sequencing and some of the thoughts behind the routine itself. It is also nice to see the act be so minimalist in nature. Good stuff.

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