ANTWERP, Belgium—Mr. Vanhoof, city employee from Antwerp, was very impressed by the amazing qualities brought out by the Divine Performing Arts (DPA).
“Very lovely, very gracious, very well done, beautiful choreography,” he said, adding that it was virtually perfect.
Chinese culture "comes from the heart" said Mr. Vanhoof. “Our culture can be summarized as a 'culture of speech,' while their culture is all about signs, hidden signs found in their way of dancing and their hand gestures.
"The singing was particularly good. The message of goodness and beauty and the balance between heaven and earth was very clear.
“I totally got it! I could feel it very clearly, and it touched me immediately.”
He encouraged DPA to keep on with their great job. “Keep on showing people your heart with this art form.”
Another member of the audience, bank manager Mr. Eric, was impressed with the live music. "I found the music very fresh and very nice. And the show was quite simple—nothing overloaded—which was very nice.
“The dance that sticks in my mind is … where the child performs and the guy is tortured, and that is something you remember.[Heaven Awaits Despite Persecution] The men were strong, the girls very soft.
"It was fantastic how the performers jumped and flew all over the stage without making a sound," Mr. Eric said.
Mr. Eric's lady colleague enjoyed listening to the female erhu soloist whom she described as "very special."
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