Sung Chuan Li

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Sung Chuan Li

Cover of Sphinx (Oct. 1912)
Borncirca 1886
Died?

Sung Chuan Li (c.1886-?) was known as the Harvard Wizard while studying there.

Biography

He graduated from Harvard in 1909 with the degree of Master of Science in Electrical Engineering and worked an Electrical Engineer for the General Electric Company.[1]

In the 1950s, he was associated with the Chinese Air Force as an engineer. He was popular with his magic and card tricks among the American as well as the Chinese forces stationed on Formosa.

Several of the tricks that he was known for were The Card Sword, Card in Balloon, and Card in Wallet .[2]

References

  1. Sphinx, Oct 1912
  2. MAGICIANS IN THE FAR EAST by R. ROSS DURBIN, MUM, AUGUST, 1956



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