Snowstorm in China
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Snowstorm in China (also known as Chinese Snowstorm, Wintertime in China) is an effect in which a sheet of paper is dipped into water, formed into a ball. Then when fanned, it becomes dry and tiny pieces fly up into the air coming down like flakes of snow.Dai Vernon's "Harlequin Act" by 1938 and became a pet trick of [Fred Keating]], Stewart Judah, Abb Dickson , and Peter Samelson.
- "A New Drying Machine" in Tricks for Everyone by David Devant (1910)
- "Wintertime in China" in Tarbell (Vol 1, Lesson-15, pg 301)
- ↑ Magic Wand, March 1928, pg 43
- ↑ http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/viewtopic.php?topic=407061&forum=10