Fan Yang

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Fan Yang
Born Haiphong, Vietnam
Residence Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
Other names Bubble Man,
Ethnicity Hungarian-Vietnamese
Citizenship Canada
Occupation Bubble Artist,
Show business entertainer
Known for The Gazillion Bubble Show, 16-time Guinness World Record holder
Spouse(s) Ana Yang
Children Deni Yang, Melody Yang
Relatives Jano Yang (brother)
An example of a bubble(not made by Fan)

Fan Yang is a Canadian bubble artist.[10]

Early life[edit]

Fan Yang was born in Vietnam in 1962; his mother is a Haiphong native.[citation needed]


He has earned international acclaim as a result of his complex displays of bubble theater.[11] In addition to performing he has developed his own bubble solution formulas and equipment to create bubbles. Fan Yang has broken bubble-related world records on numerous occasions. Yang produces a show, the Gazillion Bubble Show, in New York City, and has staged it elsewhere, including Las Vegas. His wife, Ana Yang, performs the show in his absence.[12]

World records[edit]

Fan's first 11 world records are all unique in the field of bubbles.

  • Berlin, Germany, 1992: The largest spherical soap bubble. (2.3 m circumference)
  • Pacific Science Center Seattle, Washington, August 11, 1997: The world’s largest bubble wall. (47.4 m lengthwise)
  • Hollywood, California, May 5, 1999: The most bubbles inside 9 concentric bubbles, inside each other.
  • Paris, France, March 29, 2000: The most bubbles inside 11 concentric bubbles inside each other.
  • Wavrin, France, April 1, 2000: Passage into a bubble hemisphere. His daughter slid into a bubble hemisphere going through the bubble film without bursting it.
  • Helsinki, Finland, October 20, 2001: Record for the most concentric bubbles. (12 domes)
  • Stockholm, Sweden, November 27, 2001: Record for the most bubbles attached on each other in mid air (9).
  • Santa Ana, California, April 7, 2004: World record for The Most People Inside A Soap Bubble (8 people)
  • New York City, U.S., March 18, 2005: Guinness World Record for the most people inside a soap bubble at Toys 'R' Us
  • Santa Ana, California, April 12, 2006: Encapsulating 15 pairs of people in their own bubble cubicles for 5 seconds and linking them together to create a "Mega Bubble Cage"
  • Madrid, Spain, May 25, 2006: Encapsulating 22 people inside a single soap bubble.
  • Chicago, United States, January 30, 2008: Encapsulating 100 people inside a single soap bubble on The Oprah Winfrey Show.

Television performances[edit]

Corporate performances[edit]

  • Mercedes Benz
  • IBM
  • Hugo Boss
  • L’Oreal
  • BMW
  • Chrysler
  • Omega
  • Audi
  • Carl Zeiss
  • Siemens
  • Pepsi



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