From humble beginnings in 1993 as a traditional lion dance troupe to today’s local brand name, HeQuan strives to provide quality lion dance entertainment across Singapore and Johor. In 2002, Johor HeQuan was incorporated. The addition of Johor HeQuan to our brand is a testament of our successful business model and service excellence. Johor LeeQuan and Singapore ShanXuan was founded in recent years and has found resounding success in a growing market.
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Lion Dance Performance
Our large array of modern lion and dragon costumes and LED lions/dragon dance props are vibrant and incorporates lucky colours and elements. Fusing modern techniques with traditional values, our lion dance performance is set to bedazzle your guests and on lookers. Read our lion dance guide for more information on lion dance!
Let our lions clear the obstacles that might hinder your path to success.
Face/Mask Changing Performance in Singapore(Bian Lian)
True mastery of magic is nowhere more apparent than with this remarkable and captivating Chinese Face Changing performance ‘Bian Lian’. In lavish Chinese costume our Face/Mask Changing(bian lian) Master can change his face again and again right before your very eyes.
Stilt Walker Performance
Stilt walkers in Singapore is a common sight in carnivals and grand events for performers to provide photo opportunity for guests to tangibilise the experience and enhance social media sharing of event. Adorned in vibrant colored costumes, stilt walkers attract attention given their unusual height.
Satisfied customers are the holy grail for any company. Leaving our customers feeling happy after an interaction with their company and they will likely not just be repeat buyers, but also vocal advocates for our company’s services to other potential clients, be it for lion dance, face changing/Bian Lian or stilt walker.
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