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Amazing Kung-Fu Puppets From Taiwan

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  1. @jetli80 No, not really. Although there is shadow puppetry in Taiwan, this style of glove/rod puppets seem to be the most popular. Master Huang (the third puppeteer to appear in the video) does some shadow puppetry work and actually taught a few basic techniques that are used to perform Chinese shadow puppets.

  2. @jetli80 No, not really. Although there is shadow puppetry in Taiwan, this style of glove/rod puppets seem to be the most popular. Master Huang (the third puppeteer to appear in the video) does some shadow puppetry work and actually taught a few basic techniques that are used to perform Chinese shadow puppets.

  3. @jetli80 No, not really. Although there is shadow puppetry in Taiwan, this style of glove/rod puppets seem to be the most popular. Master Huang (the third puppeteer to appear in the video) does some shadow puppetry work and actually taught a few basic techniques that are used to perform Chinese shadow puppets.

  4. @jetli80 No, not really. Although there is shadow puppetry in Taiwan, this style of glove/rod puppets seem to be the most popular. Master Huang (the third puppeteer to appear in the video) does some shadow puppetry work and actually taught a few basic techniques that are used to perform Chinese shadow puppets.

  5. No, not really. Although there is shadow puppetry in Taiwan, this style of glove/rod puppets seem to be the most popular. Master Huang (the third puppeteer to appear in the video) does some shadow puppetry work and actually taught a few basic techniques that are used to perform Chinese shadow puppets.

  6. Are you referring to the shot that starts around the 1:30 mark? That seems very slowed down for some reason on YouTube, but it isn’t it the original video. I’m wondering if that was somehow caused by YouTube’s encoding process?

    But you’re right, the speed some of these puppeteers work at is really impressive.

  7. Are you referring to the shot that starts around the 1:30 mark? That seems very slowed down for some reason on YouTube, but it isn’t it the original video. I’m wondering if that was somehow caused by YouTube’s encoding process?

    But you’re right, the speed some of these puppeteers work at is really impressive.

  8. Are you referring to the shot that starts around the 1:30 mark? That seems very slowed down for some reason on YouTube, but it isn’t it the original video. I’m wondering if that was somehow caused by YouTube’s encoding process?

    But you’re right, the speed some of these puppeteers work at is really impressive.

  9. Are you referring to the shot that starts around the 1:30 mark? That seems very slowed down for some reason on YouTube, but it isn’t it the original video. I’m wondering if that was somehow caused by YouTube’s encoding process?

    But you’re right, the speed some of these puppeteers work at is really impressive.

  10. Are you referring to the shot that starts around the 1:30 mark? That seems very slowed down for some reason on YouTube, but it isn’t it the original video. I’m wondering if that was somehow caused by YouTube’s encoding process?

    But you’re right, the speed some of these puppeteers work at is really impressive.

  11. Are you referring to the shot that starts around the 1:30 mark? That seems very slowed down for some reason on YouTube, but it isn’t it the original video. I’m wondering if that was somehow caused by YouTube’s encoding process?

    But you’re right, the speed some of these puppeteers work at is really impressive.

  12. Are you referring to the shot that starts around the 1:30 mark? That seems very slowed down for some reason on YouTube, but it isn’t it the original video. I’m wondering if that was somehow caused by YouTube’s encoding process?

    But you’re right, the speed some of these puppeteers work at is really impressive.

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