IJA Tricks of the Month by Ian Seng and Yaho from China | Contact

We are team 萬物引力 from China, and both live in Beijing city now.
I started juggling since end of 2008, and Yaho started in 2011. We both do contact juggling in our video.
The reason we love juggling: juggling is super fun and has many possibilities. When we juggle just like being a little tiny kids again, and we love the objects touching our bodies in many different ways.

Because winter is coming, and Beijing now is super cold, we were afraid the night King will arrive china and cross the Great Wall. We choose the most southern part of China to film this video. We went to 2 different places: Sanya city and Gulangyu Island. Unfortunately there aren’t so many buildings with Chinese style there, but we used the best we could find.
The song: Jimmy Wahlsteen, oomiee – Suburb Commuters (oomiee Remix)

Here is my YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/user/Laputao
My Instagram: Jugglian
Twitter: @juggler_ian

Yaho doesn’t have any social media, even in China. Yaho is the first to organize a juggling festival in China. He invited Okotanpe from Japan in 2017 to give people workshops. That helped Chinese jugglers improve a lot. Most of contact jugglers watch Okotanpe’s videos in the beginning which we really appreciate. And one of his other favorite jugglers is named Kelvin Kalvus. Yaho learned many tricks from him and finally met this guy at Guinness China Night. Kelvin gave Yaho a lot of advice and helped him a lot.

And about me, Ian. I started with pen spinning and won the World Cup team championship, and solo2nd place. Now I focus on balls more.
I want to thank to KUMA films; they helped me film many hot videos: https://youtu.be/voqYX8_VjvQ and https://youtu.be/syhHFKVLX9g
I was soooo young hahahaha around 18 age I think.
And I’m really happy to show my work in IJA Tricks of the Month.
After many years I have improved a lot.
I want to thanks to every juggler I’ve met. Because of them, I have been able to go so far.
I am running a channel named 萬無引力 in China (萬無引力 means gravityless in Chinese, and that’s what we do – it’s very funny). We have the biggest online juggling shop in the country and we make tutorials for beginners. 萬無引力 is also the name we use for performing.
We are trying to do our best and make juggling community in China better and better. I hope one day we can grow up to be more like the US, EU, and Japan.

The IJA actively searches out the best juggling talent around the world to make awesome videos for your viewing pleasure. Get ready to be inspired.IJA Tricks of the Month are organized by Jorge Vilchis, Erin Stephens and Lucas Adverse.

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