THE HAGUE, Netherlands—Among a delighted audience at the final performance of the Chinese Spectacular in The Hague on Wednesday evening were friends Stephan and Muhibe from Eindhoven in Southern Holland.
Muhibe, a journalism student, said he loved the colorful costumes and the gracefulness of the dancers. But he was especially impressed with the singing.
"With the songs, the way they sang just bought tears to my eyes. It just hit me in my heart. And the story of the girl in the prison, that touched me too, I nearly had to cry. Personally I think the message is that you should always help the weaker ones and you can prove like that you are a good person. You don't have to be selfish — not being selfish but caring about others."
Muhibe said that while the ending of 'Lady of the Moon' made her sad, she still enjoyed it.
"The dance was really graceful. I can't point something wrong because everything was amazing and good. It was really a very good experience and I will remember it for a very long time," she said.
Stephan, who studies multimedia, said the messages behind the performances were beautiful, and he was also highly impressed by the singing.
"Sometimes I had tears in my eye because of the songs and the singing. I liked the one with the suns and the moon that was really beautiful. Through the acts, the singing, everything was very deep, and you could hear that clearly especially in the singing. It was very powerful to me and all my friends and family should see the show next time."
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