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Shen Yun “brings back the essence of the glamorous Chinese culture”, Says Taiwan University President

Posted by Author on April 6, 2010

TAINAN, Taiwan— With a friend’s recommendation, president of the Hsing Kuo University of Management, Dr. Lin, Tsai-Yuan, attended the Shen Yun Performing Arts New York Company’s show for the first time on the evening of April 2. After seeing the first half of the show, he exclaimed, “The 5,000-year Chinese culture was fully illustrated by Shen Yun, as it brings back the essence of the glamorous Chinese culture from the past. It is really great. Everyone should see the show.

“What was demonstrated by Shen Yun was the coordination, strength and gracefulness. … During the performance, there was seamless coordination. When so many performers danced together, they had perfect tacit agreement, so that the performance could be so perfect and wonderful.”

Talking about the creative backdrops, Dr. Lin said: “By using computer technology, many beautiful scenes can be presented on the screen. They are different from traditional ones that need to be changed manually. I think this is a great inspiration.” He also praised the perfect coordination of the backdrops and the program. For instance, when the Tibetan dance was performed, the scenery of the snow-capped mountains in the Tibetan Plateau was presented on the dynamic backdrop; while a slower program Flowing Silk was performed, the scenery of a quiet lake was selected.

Dr. Li also said that he liked the Miao folk dance [In a Miao Village], as the costumes were very colorful, their dancing skills were exceptionally good, the dancers were slender and light footed, and they changed movements very quickly and beautifully. “I think the biggest characteristic is that performers changed positions very swiftly, from one side to the other side, back and forth, which made me feel very happy,” he continued.

In addition, he especially praised the Shen Yun New York Orchestra for its excellent performance. He said, “This orchestra is exceptionally good, and we could tell the coordination between the dancers and the orchestra was perfect.” (The Epochtimes)

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