China Acrobatic Show
China Acrobatics came from the people's life and had a close link with their daily life and productive labor.
The acrobats in modern China have set up a designing and directing system aimed at creating graceful stage images, harmonious musical accompaniment, and good supporting effects of costumes, props, and lighting in order to bring about a fully developed stage art.
Acrobatic performers can better illustrate the beauty of human body
A high level acrobatic program needs excellent technique coaches and much preparation time before it is ready to be performed on stage. To become a competent acrobat, students must begin practicing the basic skills at an early age of only 6 or 7. Because the techniques employed in acrobatics are extremely difficult and risky, students must endure a good deal of pains for their gain. The training is long, hard, and intense.
Students go on stage when they are mature in skills
Acrobatic shows in China
Traditional Acrobatic Act - Lion Dance
Traditional Acrobatic Acts
Cycling Feats - Acrobats display a variety of postures on the bicycle, resembling a peacock fanning its feathers.
Tight-Wire Feats - Acrobats perform such difficult feats as cartwheels and somersaults on a trembling wire.
Hoop Diving - Performers are graceful and agile in their movements and demonstrate incredible dexterity.
Plate Spinning - A group of girls do a full acrobatic routine while spinning plates so delicately they look like gently waving flowers.
Pagoda of Bowls - A talented gymnast wows the crowd by flipping ceramic bowls onto her head while walking on a springboard.
Traditional Acrobatic Act - Tight-Wire Feats