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trident manipulation - Chinese male duo

bad1dobby

2 male Chinese acrobats performing with tridents. I do not know which troupe they are from. This skill is sometimes called Fei-cha. It is a traditional Chinese acrobatic form. The tridents have loose elements at the head, which creates the characteristic jangling noise. From a video titled Chinese Acrobatic Feats.

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trident manipulation - Chinese solo female

bad1dobby

Solo female Chinese acrobat performing with tridents. I do not know which troupe she is from. This skill is sometimes called Fei-cha. It is a traditional Chinese acrobatic form. The tridents have loose elements at the head, which creates the characteristic jangling noise. From a video titled Beijing Magic Shows.

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trident manipulation - Chinese teenage duo

bad1dobby

Teenage boy & girl from Chinese acrobatic troupe performing with tridents - a traditional Chinese acrobatic form. From the Chinese National troupe. The trident heads have loose elements which make the characteristic jangling noise. (This skill is also known as fei-cha)

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trident manipulation - Cirque de Demain 1980

bad1dobby

This form of staff juggling now seems to be commonly called "fei-cha". It comes from the traditional Chinese acrobatic repertoire, and in chinese acrobatics books and videos that I have seen it is translated as "trident manipulation". The trident has loose elements at the head, which make the jangling sound - it's often a very noisy act. This spinner is Mohamed Badr El Nouby from the Cairo Circus School.

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02-09-2015

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