When magician David Copperfield arrived in Hong Kong promising ‘spectacular and death-defying illusions’

“If the Bank of China suddenly vanishes one day, or a Star Ferry mystically lands at Kai Tak, don’t panic […] the culprit will be the world’s most unorthodox magician, David Copperfield,” the South China Morning Post reported on July 22, 1988. “Famous for spectacular and mind-boggling stunts, he is soon to make his debut in Hong Kong […] and will perform at the Hongkong Coliseum from September 2 to 8.”On August 30, the Post reported that the “world-famous magician […] arrived in Hong Kong…


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