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Monday, November 1, 2010

66 minutes sets 'human steaming" record


KEDAH: After setting a "human steaming" record, Kulim Dou Mu Gong Temple Committee Chairman Zhang Yingcai steamed himself for one last time on invitation from a TV station and successfully, he broke his previous record by steaming himself for 66 minutes.



He then made an announcement that he will never perform the show again.

The TV station contacted Zhang after getting know about the "human steaming" show from a Sin Chew Daily reporter. He received the invitation to perform the show in front of the cameras and hopefully, it could help promoting the temple.

After the temple committee had performed a blessing ceremony at 11pm, Zhang stepped into a huge pot at 11.36pm, the pot was covered with its lid at 11.37pm.

As the show went on, some temple workers continuously added firewood to the fire. Five spiritual mediums conducted a ritual and the shooting team recorded the whole process.

Steam could be seen venting out from the pot after 30 minutes. The crowd kept encouraging Zhang while the workers kept counting time.

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