CHATTANOOGA Tenn.—“Very good! I think every Chinese person needs to see it once,” Ms. Xie Kaisheng, a real estate agent, said excitingly after watching Shen Yun Performing Arts at the Tivoli Theatre on Jan. 14.
Ms. Xie came from Taiwan and has been in the real estate industry for many years. As a person of Chinese descent, she feels worried about the loss of traditional Chinese culture and is excited and pleased that Shen Yun aims to revive the 5,000 traditional Chinese culture.
The show brought out her passion and love of traditional Chinese culture.
Shen Yun’s programs show characters of different dynasties, with each of their ethnic dances, historical stories, and heroes.
Ms. Xie said she was happy that Shen Yun brought all of these dynasties to life. “I think culture of the Tang Dynasty is the best, and I think it is a very good opportunity to promote Chinese culture. Many people don’t know that there are so many different things in China, so I am happy that this culture can be brought out.”
“Many people don’t really know how profound Chinese culture can be, even for the Chinese who grew up here. So it is a very good opportunity for the younger generations to understand it.”
Ms. Xie felt impressed by the harmony and wonderful performance the Shen Yun dancers presented: “Those dancers are really good and have practiced well. I didn’t see any mistakes, which is excellent. I think every Chinese person need to see it once [at least].”
Reporting by Gao Fei and Ariel Tian.
New York-based Shen Yun Performing Arts has four touring companies that perform simultaneously around the world. For more information, visit Shen Yun Performing Arts.
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