SYDNEY, Australia—Xinyu Luo, a professional dancer from Hunan province of China has just arrived in Australia to study and is deeply interested in Chinese classical dancing, singing and all aspects of Chinese arts. She experienced the premier showing of the Divine Performing Arts Chinese Spectacular at the Sydney Entertainment Centre on Wednesday April 2.
"This is my first time seeing the Chinese Spectacular and I was very impressed by the overall quality. It is an invaluable opportunity to display the splendour of traditional Chinese culture. I thought it was a very professional performance and they obviously put a lot of time and effort into the performance and choreography."
Ms Luo said the show spreads the ideals of "Truth, Compassion and Tolerance", which shows the Chinese heritage very well. "That is, to be a good human, to be kind to others and also to forgive other people," she said.
"This is not only a show, but it also attempts to raise the ideals of society. In fact it is making a big contribution for the good of society.
"At the same time, it's using the Chinese arts to bring hope for the future. I feel this is a special and excellent achievement."
Wendy, another Chinese audience member, agreed the Spectacular showcases traditional Chinese culture to the world.
"All the shows were very good. It's very different from other performances I have seen in China because it emphasises the traditional Asian and Chinese classical culture. It was of a very high professional quality."
"In particular, I liked the final drum performance and it was a good way to end the show."
The Epoch Times is a proud sponsor of the Shen Yun Chinese Spectacular shows. For more information, please see www.bestchineseshows.com .
For our complete coverage please visit http.en.epochtimes.com/features/dpa2008/.