Arts & Culture

Chinese Dentist: ‘Spectacular, just like its name’

BY Ian Ritz TIMEDecember 31, 2008 PRINT
Both Westerners and Chinese are fascinated by the legends of Divine Performing Arts. (The Epoch Times)
Both Westerners and Chinese are fascinated by the legends of Divine Performing Arts. (The Epoch Times)

PASADENA, Calif.—The audience at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium was amazed as the Divine Performing Arts showcased another memorable night of elegant dancing and breathtaking musical performances.

Dr. Mao, a Chinese dentist from the Los Angeles area, said that the overall performance was "awesome and spectacular, just like it’s name.”

There were many dances of popular Chinese cultural tales and classical figures.

Dr. Maofound The Monkey King Triumphs to be the most memorable program.

"I grew up with the stories. We used to call him the Stone Monkey because he was born from stone.”

The Epoch Times is a proud sponsor of the Divine Performing Arts International Tour.
For more information, please see divineperformingarts.org
 

Ian Ritz
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