MELBOURNE, AustraliaŚCouncillor Steve Bearden and partner Julia Welham stumbled upon the show while having "a bite to eat" and "dropped in out of the blue", but were impressed with the Chinese Spectacular by the time of intermission.
"We were just coming in for a bite to eat, so we just dropped in out of the blue, but I think it's fantastic! It's a wonderful show, and it's entertaining," the City of Casey councillor remarked.
"It's fantastic, it's enjoyable, and it's certainly an eye opener to a different culture," he said.
"My favourite part of the show so far is the Mongolian tea-bowl dance," said Ms. Welham.
"The costumes were exquisite, [it was] beautifully performed, and I just can't believe the brilliance of the performance.
"They portray themselves as a very gentle, mild-mannered people right throughout history, and it's very informative," she said.
The performance reminded Ms. Welham of the Irish production of the Riverdance.
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