Mr. Taiga Suzuki, a contestant at the last ACM 2017 and FISM WCM 2018, gave us this information.
It is a show that provides the audience with a high-quality magic show, in which those who have guest experience at FISM, those who have participated in FISM contests, those who have won awards, and those who have experience as judges will appear. We are honored to introduce FISM to more people.
On behalf of FISM ASIA Sats YAMAMOTO
We will have a magic show on November 3 (national holiday in Japan). Admission is free and this is a spectacular show consisting only of FISM guests, FISM winners and the next FISM Challenger. I will let you know how to apply for tickets as soon as possible, and I hope you will follow my Twitter account (@taiga365ib).
The 300 seats will be greatly restricted and only about 70 people will be admitted. Other infection control measures will also be in place. In spite of the current situation, we have decided to hold this kind of performance on the theme of FISM, which is called the Olympics of the magic world, so that those who love magic and can’t stop loving it can enjoy it.
Mr. Sats Yamamoto, the International Vice President of FISM, gave us his support for the show. We are also planning to have a talk session with Mr. Shuto Ogawa and Mr. Shinpei Katsuragawa about FISM. Thank you very much for your support!
Our magic industry is currently suffering from a new virus that is limiting the places and environments in which we can perform. Performers in particular have lost their source of income, and contestants have less and less places to practice.
We at FISM ASIA will be posting all notified magic events on this website and will do our best to support them. These will be listed as the “Asia Magic Event Information”, so if you are a member or not, please let us know (by mail form) of any magic event, big or small, and we will post it on this site.
It is at the discretion of FISM ASIA to decide whether or not to publish it. Similarly, due to space and update work, we cannot promise to post all events.
Even if an event has ended, it will be posted as a report of that event.
Events that are offensive to public order and morals, or that are deemed to be detrimental to FISM ASIA, will not be posted.
The inclusion of the event on this site is not an endorsement of FISM or FISM ASIA, nor does it constitute permission to use the logo. We only list events taking place in Asia.
If you wish to use the FISM logo, you need to follow the necessary procedures. Also, clubs and organizers are not allowed to use the logo if they are not a member of FISM. Even if you are a member of FISM, you are not allowed to use the logo if the event is not a club event but a personal one or if the event is highly profitable for the members.
A mother figure to the Singapore magic community, she has departed to heaven. There is no denying that her passing is a great loss to our FISM member club, GWR (The Great Wong Ring). However, we hope that GWR’s juniors will follow in her footsteps, wish her all the best.
On behalf of FISM ASIA Sats YAMAMOTO
It is with a heavy heart that I announce the passing away of the wife of our late “The Great Wong” – our Ring 115 is named after him: “The Great Wong Ring”. She passed away peacefully this afternoon while listening to Christian worship songs at home. She has lived to a ripe old age of 98.
JIM, a key member of MAHK, one of the FISM member clubs in Asia, passed away on August 13. We are pleased to report here that the funeral service was completed today (see the letter from Kenneth Chan, MAHK President, below for details).
For many years, he was an invaluable part of the Hong Kong and Asian magic community. Especially for the performers and staff at the shows who felt comfortable just having him backstage. I’ll miss him very much and don’t want to imagine that we won’t be able to see his face anymore as I can only remember his smile, but I want to pray for his soul and praise him for all he has done. I hope he will entertain many people in heaven.
On behalf of FISM ASIA
THE DEATH OF MR. SANTA JIM CHAN
Magicians’ Association of Hong Kong (“MAHK”) announces with great sadness that Mr. Jim Chan (a.k.a. Santa Jim), the Programme Secretary of MAHK Executive Committee, passed away in Hong Kong on 13 August, 2020.
Apart from being a professional actor, magician, balloonist, Santa Jim was also a renowned mascot actor and creator, and the only “mascot magician” in Hong Kong. In 2009, Santa Jim won the “2009 Olympic Santa Claus” title in the annual “Santa Claus Winter Games” in Sweden. In 2013, he founded the Santa School Hong Kong.
In the world of magic, Santa Jim was an Inner Circle Member of MAHK, and an active member of International Brotherhood of Magicians (Order of Merlin). He took active part in all MAHK theatre productions, both on stage and at backstage. He became the team leader of MAHK Voluntary Service Team in 1997, and managed our voluntary performances. In 2002, Santa Jim was elected to be a member of the MAHK Executive Committee, and had served as the Committee’s Programme Secretary until his sad departure yesterday.
Santa Jim made invaluable contributions and provided tremendous leadership and guidance to the establishment and development of MAHK. The MAHK Executive Committee expresses its deepest sorrow for his departure and conveys its deepest condolences to Santa Jim’s family.
On behalf of MAHK Executive Committee Kenneth Chan
We have received a number of inquiries from various quarters and we would like to explain this matter. If you come across any such statements, please be aware that they are false and should not be relied upon in any way.
There are no FISM-related organizations that have a specific country name after the word “FISM” as a notational device. It is only the Continental name (Asia, Europe, North America, etc.), not the country name.
Since Japan belongs to ASIA, the only FISM club in Japan is the one that belongs to FISM ASIA. Of course, there is never a president of FISM for every country in which it exists. In other words, there can be no such thing as “FISM Japan President” or “President of FISM Japan“.
Even if there is only one FISM club in a particular country, we do not give permission to mention the name of the country at all.
We regret that there have been instances in the past where misleading information has been misrepresented. We have tried to explain to you to avoid any misunderstandings in this case in the future. Thank you for your understanding.
FISM ASIA and ACM organizers decided that it would be difficult to hold FISM ACM 2020 (original date: November 26-29, 2020) due to the worldwide spread of new virus (SARS-CoV-2) and its infectious diseases (COVID-19).The venue has not yet been decided. We will announce it once it is confirmed.
The new dates Nov. 4 to Nov. 7, 2021
Once FISM ASIA has approved the contestants submitted by each club, these contestants will go on to compete in the ACM even though the dates of the event have been moved forward.
If you have already registered and paid for the event, your registration is still valid.
Some parts of the website may contain the date before the change. The only information that can be announced at this time is the information here. It supports sequential correction.