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Eran The Bubble Man managed to entertain 400 children

By Rosli Mansor Ahmad Razali

The first UK Bubble show in Malaysia succeeded in inspiring and entertaining 400 underprivileged children.

The two-day UK Bubble show, taking place in the Weil Hotel’s grand hall for two days, was hosted by Eran The Bubble Man.

The first day of the UK Bubble performance was officiated by the Chairman of the Tourism, Industry, Investment & Corridor Development Committee of the Perak State Government, YB Loh Sze Yee.

Loh Sze Yee said that the charity event, which was held for the first time, had helped stimulate the tourism industry in the state of Perak, especially in the city of Ipoh.

“The effort to bring Eran The Bubble to the state of Perak is very gratifying. Apart from holding various records he has won several international awards such as Best Family-Act Face TV New Zealand 2016, Audience Choice Award Nelson Fringe 2018 and Variety Club NZ Top Child Performer Award 2019.

“I hope this world-class show will continue in the future and be held openly for all walks of life to watch,” he said in his speech in conjunction with the opening of The Bubble Show at Hotel Weil recently.

Eran was successfully awarded a ‘Guinness World Record’ after he managed to place his wife in a bubble for 63 seconds.

During the 90-minute performance, the audience was entertained with various performances by Eran such as creating various shapes and sizes of bubbles, bubbles inside bubbles, smoke bubbles, square bubbles, giant bubbles and fire bubbles.

Eran said that he did not expect his performance to be well received, especially from the parents who brought their families.

“I was very excited when I performed for two days in Ipoh and the response was incredible.

“For me, Ipoh is a beautiful city rich in historical resources and I hope to be able to perform again next year,” he said.

Meanwhile, the International Association of Dance Arts and Education (PSTPA) President, Audrey Kwan said art and culture plays a big role in shaping one’s personality and life development.

“This UK Bubble Show gives international exposure to children, especially in building confidence and stimulating the creativity of the mind.

“It can also be linked to freedom in education and applying healthy and positive thinking.

“PSTPA always strives to provide exposure to the community by promoting art, culture and education through productions, workshops, international student exchanges and scholarships,” she said.

For more information on art and dance training, please call 018-7750268 or visit PSPTA’s Facebook and Instagram social pages.

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