Magician’s Performance Mesmerizes U.S. Audiences

On the U.S. television show America’s Got Talent, Taiwan magician Will Tsai performed an up close magic act that made him famous overnight.  This show was quite a success on YouTube as it garnered over 2.6 million views within a short span of a few days. Will Tsai’s magic not only left the audience dumbfounded, but the circle of professional magicians also found it incredible.

In 2016, Will Tsai participated in a variety show called Street Magic King on Hong Kong’s wireless television.  In this show, he demonstrated his amazing magic talent, such as using his finger to fry candy and turn it into candy popcorn. With a clenched fist, he was able to shift various objects from one place to another.

He was also able to bend the fork in his hand or have the fork bloom into flowers by deforming the fork branches symmetrically. In addition, he deformed the fork branches while it was being held by another  person.

The most unbeliever performance was when his pupils become very small, and he made objects fly up into the air and a glass cup explode!

Will Tsai’s magic not only left the audience dumbfounded, but the circle of professional magicians also found it incredible.

Will Tsai’s magic not only left the audience dumbfounded, but the circle of professional magicians also found it incredible. (Image: YouTube/Screenshot)

According to Tsai, he has some kind of a special power. In the show, he said: “Actually, I have special power. Many people think that the magician’s hands are very fast; in fact, the speed is not from our hands, but from our cells.”

In the program, people who touched his fingers felt a tingle of electricity that indicated he has some kind of energy. The host of the show initially did not believe he had any special powers, but after seeing his performance, he exclaimed: “Fantastic, your special power is really amazing!”

Translated by Chua BC.

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