Five years ago Yudist Ardhana was an Indonesian magician struggling in relative obscurity. A number of his magician friends had already found recognition through TV contest shows such as Indonesia’s Got Talent, but Yudist just could not get his big break.

He was running his own magic store and performing the occasional show before a limited audience. But he wanted more, driven by the conviction that magic was his calling. Yudist, who grew up in Denpasar, Bali, yearned for recognition, and he…


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