In recent years, J C Sum & 'Magic Babe' Ning have proven their ability to stage magic-centric mega events that generate publicity, media coverage and draw audiences by the thousands.
Their distinct personalities and unmatched innovativeness have made them the most sought after male/ female magic team in Asia to create and execute turnkey magic-centric mega events.
J C & Ning have staged seven phenomenally successful mega events since 2007.
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Impossible Teleportation -
From Street to Roof; 50 Storeys in 5 Seconds
The Impossible Teleportation
In a historic magic event that made featured news in national and regional media outlets, J C Sum successfully presented South East Asia’s FIRST EVER Mega Illusion - “The Impossible Teleportation”.
The spectacular feat was covered by national and regional media outlets including Channel News Asia, The Straits Times, Channel 5 News and AsiaOne. Subsequently, the story was picked up by news agencies worldwide.On 18 Aug 2007, J C teleported himself from street level while surrounded by thousands of spectators and reappeared on the roof of a skyscraper, 50 floors above, within a ring of witnesses.
The Mega Illusion was
staged at Raffles Place, the heart of the business district in
Singapore. The official count is that more than 9,000 spectators turned
up to witness “The Impossible Teleportation”
This landmark illusion marked the largest single live illusion ever staged in South East Asia.
Singapore magician has attempted what's believed to be the largest
'live' illusion staged in Southeast Asia - teleporting himself from the
ground to the rooftop of a 50-storey building in just 5 seconds.
Over 5,000 spectators who turned up to watch the act were spellbound.
"It's unbelievable. It's amazing. It's fantastic to see this in Singapore," said one spectator."
~ Channel News Asia
"His show (The Impossible Teleportation), the first mega illusion in South East Asia, left the spectators awe-struck and they showed their appreciation by applauding him."
~ The Sunday Times
"Performed before a crowd of more than 9,000 people who turned up for The Straits Times' 162nd anniversary celebrations, Southeast Asia's first ever mega illusion was a mega success."
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