Pyongyang, April 13 (KCNA) — Acrobats of different countries participating in the 23rd April Spring Friendship Art Festival gave the second-day performances at the Pyongyang Circus on Tuesday.
A Chinese acrobat in the number “Piling up chairs on one’s head” skillfully performed a breathtaking movement requiring such high technique as concentrating strength on it and balancing oneself while a young Mongolian acrobat in the solo plastic acrobatics “A pearl in a shellfish” presented diverse difficult movements, mesmerizing the spectators.
Russian magicians in illusionary juggleries optimistically showcased refined magic techniques with a lot of humor. Chinese acrobats staged “Plastic acrobatics with lamps” to win the applause of the spectators.
Conspicuous in the performances were the numbers presented by Swedish acrobats, recipients of special and silver prizes at international circus festivals. They were characterized by agile and refined techniques.
Russian, Chinese and other acrobats in “Aerial swinging,” “Piling up bowls by 5 persons” and other numbers showed a high level of movements.
The performances go on.
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