BUCHAREST, Romania—"I really liked the show. The dances, the special costumes and the wide range of colours," said Analyst programmer Maria Seefeld after viewing Divine Performing Arts' Chinese Spectacular at Bucharest National Theatre Monday evening.
Seefeld, who works for Romtelecom, felt that the Spectacular 's showcase of traditional Chinese culture was of great interest to Romanian people.
"Being the fact that the europeans don't know too much about old [Chinese] culture, I think we are interested to see as much as possible from it. "
She also felt a connection with the show because of a Chinese friend who was part of the 1989 democracy movement at Tiananmen Square.
"I have a chinese [friend] who's father is an artist of the people in China. He came here after the Romanian revolution because he participated at the June 4th 1989, pro-democracy movement in Tiananmen Square and had to leave China."
Seefeld also expressed her wishes for the show to return to Romania in the future.
"We will wait them. You saw that it was full house in the theather. So we wish to see them here again."
"We wish you goodluck and we wait for you to come back."
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