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‘I feel so proud tonight’, says Chinese immigrant after Shen Yun show in Edmonton

Posted by Author on April 6, 2010

EDMONTON, Canada— On the last day of the long weekend, Shen Yun Performing Arts wrapped up the night for a full-house audience. Among the enthusiastic crowd at the Northern Jubilee Auditorium were Shiva and his wife, Ms. Zhou.

“I have never seen such a beautiful performance even in China,” said Ms. Zhou, who arrived in Canada from China two years ago.

“I really enjoyed the dance In a Miao Village. I sensed a particular connection to it. My husband is Canadian, he worked in China for five years and is dearly in love with Chinese culture. I told him that today’s performance presented authentic Chinese culture. I feel so proud tonight.”

Ms. Zhou said that the combination of the backdrops, music, and stage was “astounding.”

“While watching the performance, I was astounded by the deities flying down from the backdrops and becoming real deities through live performers. And then the live deities fly back into the backdrops. Wow … it’s just spectacular!”

Ms. Zhou also extended her comment on The Tibetan Dance of Praise.

“It was so dear, so pure, so beautiful. The dance, music, and backdrops are all of Tibetan taste. The performance immediately brought me into this ancient ethnicity’s culture. I was telling my husband that I’m so proud of China’s 5,000 years of history.”…… (more details from The Epochtimes)

One Response to “‘I feel so proud tonight’, says Chinese immigrant after Shen Yun show in Edmonton”

  1. Thanks for such a great post and the review, I am totally impressed! Keep stuff like this coming.

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