SYDNEY, Australia—"In one sentence, it was wonderful, very rich, very unique," said Ms Mi Xue after watching the Chinese Spectacular on April 4.
Like so many Chinese audience members, she preferred to use a pen name for her interview, for fear of punishment by China's ruling communist regime.
Originally from Guangzhou, China, Ms Mi Xue has learned many types of Chinese cultural dance throughout her lifetime.
"I have learned about Chinese cultural dance ever since I was young. I have learned many types of dance: Mongolian dance, Tibetan dance, etc. I'd say I am pretty familiar with them," she said.
However, after seeing the Spectacular, Ms Mi Xue experienced a unique and relaxing feeling, stating: "The entire performance... I felt very relaxed by it."
She also particularly enjoyed the historical content in the Spectacular, and commented favourably on the appearance of the performers and the setting.
"China's historical culture, the backdrops, the costumes – they were truly great," she said.
When asked which programme she enjoyed most, Ms Mi Xue replied: "I really liked the 'Water Sleeves' dance. It was truly able to express the gentleness and elegance of women."
"I have not seen such a show of high calibre for a very long time. In one sentence, it was wonderful, very rich, very unique," she said.
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