“When Fan Yang gets his hands of soap water and a wand, the result isn’t child’s play.
This man’s bubbles are ones for the record books.
The internationally renowned artist racked up his 18th Guinness World Record Wednesday by encapsulating 181 people in a giant 50-metre long, four-metre high soap bubble at Vancouver’s Science World.
Screams of excitement followed gasps of astonishments from the volunteers as a giant bubble wall rose up and surrounded the volunteers before bursting in spectacular fashion.”
– from ‘Giant bubble bursts into the record books’, Matt Kieltyka, Metro Vancouver, 19 Sep 2012
Participants in this stunt likely don’t consciously realize it, but Vancouver RE aficionados know why this stunt was performed in this city at this point in history.
Coincidence? We think not!
Hat-tip to Froogle Scott, for sending along the article and for whom the significance of this event was obvious.