Besides local Japanese residents, many Chinese people also watched the DPA show, including Chinese students studying in Japan.
Ms. Ma was utterly surprised and filled with inexpressible joy at finding her idol, singer Guimin Guan, in the Divine Performing Arts show.
DPA's last Japanese show on Feb. 18 at Umeda Arts Theater in Osaka charmed a diverse audience
Divine Performing Arts (DPA) International Company's final Japanese performance in Osaka on Feb. 18 attracted Shinichi Tokunaga, a member of the legal team of Global Lawsuit [...]
Ms. Yoshida, a Japanese puppeteer, finds DPA in Osaka "Extremely beautiful."
Ms. Wang, a former professional dancer in mainland China saw DPA in Osaka on Fbe. 18.
Ms. Dong told the reporter, “I had heard of DPA, but had never watched it. It is a great honor to watch it this time.”
It allows us to witness China's five thousand years of history and culture overseas. It is a very rare and dear opportunity.
Professor Shigihara was in Osaka on Feb. 18 for Japan's final performance of the DPA show.
“Thanks to the Divine Performing Arts (DPA) ‘Spectacular,' I am prompted to reevaluate Chinese culture.”
The DPA performance enthralled Ms.Yan of the Parent Teacher Association at Osaka Chinese School.
Mrs. Wang from China said, “When I sat in the performance, I kept shedding tears.”
At the final DPA show in Japan, Akiya Nakahara attended the performance at Umeda Arts Theater, Osaka on Feb. 18.
Professional display designer, Ms. Komatsubara, attended the evening show of the Divine Performing Arts in Osaka.
Divine Performing Arts (DPA) gave both a matinee and evening performance at the Umeda Arts Theater in Osaka, Japan.
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Mr. Liossis also enjoyed the solo vocalists. "It was very nice. I understood the lyrics on the screen, they were very touching," he said.
For David Slocum, one of the founding members of the CNY Ballet Company, Shen Yun was an entirely new experience.
Shen Yun Performing Arts graced the stage at The Oncenter Crouse Hinds Theater on May 12, delighting the audience with a revival of the oldest culture in the world.
“It lifts my spirit,” Carol Smith said. “I'm absolutely changed by the music.”
“I think it's wonderful just how 'classic' it is,” said Dr. Scharoun of Shen Yun. “I'm really starting to understand a lot of the history of China through the dance.”
Shen Yun Performing Arts presented a revival of the 5,000-year-old Chinese culture at the The Oncenter Crouse Hinds Theater Sunday night.
Ms. Catherine Koch said the singing was “powerful” and said she hadn't heard the style used by Chinese singers before. “That was really awesome,” she said. “I loved it.”
Mrs. Gao deeply appreciated many aspects of the performance. She said "The orchestra was great! The dancing was excellent. The singing was also awesome."
“I loved the dancing. I love the colors,” Dr. Authur Ostrowski said of the May 12 performance of Shen Yun Performing Arts New York Company at the Cadillac Palace Theater.
Dr. Robert Gasior was impressed by the opening number, Descending to the World, and said, "It was superb, I thought everything—was quite excellent."