SYDNEY, Australia—Helena Do, a student from Vietnam, thought that the Chinese Spectacular was "nearly perfect".
"I think it's spectacular, like the name," Ms Do said. "The dancers, they make many efforts to prepare for the show, so it's nearly perfect."
Talking after Saturday's matinee show at the Sydney Entertainment Centre, Ms Do said she particularly liked the performances about freedom of belief, especially 'The Power of Awareness', which depicts the persecution of Falun Gong practitioners in China.
"The Chinese, they rise up to protect what they believe and they protect the freedom of speech and the religion they want to choose," Ms Do said.
'Liked the drum and Mongolian performances'
Meanwhile, Patrick Wang, a translator, said he liked the drum performances and the Mongolian performances 'Chopstick Zest'.
"I like Mongolian music very much," Mr Wang said.
'It's a healing show'
Uli Haefner, a motor mechanic, thought that the Spectacular was a "healing" show.
"I can't put it in words - it's very marvellous," he said.
"It's healing, it's a healing show. Parents and their children should go."
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