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|Residence||Mississauga, Ontario, Canada|
|Other names||Bubble Man,
Show business entertainer
|Known for||The Gazillion Bubble Show, 16-time Guinness World Record holder|
|Children||Deni Yang, Melody Yang|
|Relatives||Jano Yang (brother)|
He has earned international acclaim as a result of his complex displays of bubble theater. 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.
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, 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.
- Late Night with David Letterman; NBC
- The Ellen DeGeneres Show; NBC
- Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon; CBS
- The Statler Brothers Show; TNN
- NHK-TV; Japan
- RAI-TV; Italy
- Canale 5; Italy
- ZDF-TV; Germany
- TF-1; France
- Nickelodeon-Universal Studios, Florida U.S.A.
- Television Chile Guinness Prime Time
- FOX TV, CCTV Beijing, China
- Television Corporation of Singapore (TCS)
- TLC; U.S.A., (The Learning Channel)
- LWT (London Weekend Television); CCTV
- BBC; Canada
- Cirque du Soleil "Soltrom" 
- SBS, South Korea 
- Beirut, Lebanon (Biel)
- Mercedes Benz
- Hugo Boss
- Carl Zeiss
- Sevenload, http://en.sevenload.com/shows/Guinness-World-Records-TV/episodes/cNkR5nR-Guinness-World-Records-TV-Most-bubble-domes-in-concentric-circles
- https://web.archive.org/20101016075007/http://www.internationalspeakers.com:80/speaker/1484/fan_yang. Archived from the original on October 16, 2010. Retrieved November 1, 2009. Missing or empty
- bubble bath spa soap chocolate at anabubble.com