"The artistic presentation is wonderful. People must see this show ... There is so much to see. One gets to hear about ancient China, as well as what is happening in China today."
Martin Habluetzel, head of the BBS Business School, also praised the show. He found it amazing.
"The dancers are very graceful and are rather agile. It was fascinating to watch them."
"Just by chance I heard about this show. I'm truly glad that I am here today."
Mr. Bilgin said. "That was well done. One receives new impressions and insight into Chinese history and into modern times."
"Impressive, deeply impressive!" said Ms. Bennini of the show.
Mr. Zimmerman said, "I truly enjoyed the show."
"That young man, initially standing on stage with his mother and was then persecuted, and how the mother grieved, that was most impressive."
Mr. Cacece called the colors “profuse,” and said “something we Europeans are not used to in a stage setting.”
"The connection between heaven and earth, as shown in the scenes about the persecution of Falun Gong, were very touching," Mr. Kirstein said.
"The performance was harmonious from beginning to end. It couldn't have been done any better," said Mr. Egmond Frommelt.
“I liked the show very much,” Peter Barandun said. “Especially the re-emergence of traditional Chinese culture."
"It was beautiful, especially to see the gliding figures on the backdrop," said Mr. Plank.
"The content was special and moved me deeply.” Ms. Brun said.
"I just walked out of the show and am still in a daze because the show touched me deep in my heart," Antonia Frick said.