Stockholm—The Divine Performing Arts, with its emphasis on the magnificence of traditional Chinese culture, has been traveling around the world, moving and inspiring audiences throughout Europe, North America and Asia. The Chinese Spectacular is now at Stockholm's Circus Theater for 5 special nights.
Some audience members who saw the show earlier in the week, came back for a second time.
Bente Bjonnes, a physiotherapist, was one of them. She saw the Saturday show and returned again Wednesday so touched by what she saw and felt.
"I loved it, I enjoyed it very much, it is some of the most beautiful movements and dances I have ever seen … I wanted to see it one more time because I don't know if I will ever go to China. This is China at its best."
Bjonnes, who works in a Stockholm Temple for Latter Day Saints, said that she has been doing Tai Chi, but loves dance. She repeated "This is the most beautiful dance I have ever seen. Just such a great experience, it's so beautiful. You can see the roots, its culture, deep culture. Each dance, there is a story behind it."
In fact, Bjonnes wants to take the stories and images with her.
"I can carry it, have the pictures inside, and the words behind the story, I can take it off the stage into the brain."
She feels everyone should see the show because "It is light. It influenced my life, it made a difference. It came in at a moment where the beauty, it lifts, it lifts to focus only on the light. It made a difference in everybody's life I think," she said with misty eyes. "It really made a change in my life."
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