TAIPEI, Taiwan—"Wonderful! Wonderful!" repeated Mr. Yu, a famous writer. He returned to Taipei on March 2 to see the Divine Performing Arts’ (DPA) last show in Taipei. He was overjoyed to see DPA promoting the divinely bestowed culture around the world.
Mr. Yu Hai has no fixed residence, and does not use a cellphone. The only items in his backpack are usually a notebook, a camera, and a tape recorder, which he uses to record the history of Taiwan. He visits tribes in remote mountains. He was especially impressed by DPA’s promoting the divinely bestowed culture. He said, “This joyful feeling in my heart is very, very beautiful.
"All the people around the world would be touched if they came to see the show. How fortunate we are to see DPA at this time. I think not only Chinese, but also other people around the globe would be touched after seeing the show,” he added.
As a person who is always grateful for whatever happens to him, Mr. Yu was moved to tears by the opportunity to see the DPA show today. After learning that three DPA companies are touring the world, and are currently performing in Taiwan, the United Kingdom and the United States, he said, "DPA is amazing. It is great for DPA to offer such beautiful divinely bestowed Chinese culture to the people around the world.” He also expressed thanks to DPA for quietly disseminating the principles of “Truthfulness, Compassion, and Forbearance” to people around the world.
Mr. Yu said that he often travels around, and DPA’s magnificent show helped him find his destination. He hoped that he “would cherish his life and no longer waste time waiting for opportunities.” He also felt that there must be some reason for his being in the world. He believed heaven and earth were always with us. We should always maintain righteous thoughts and righteous deeds. He said DPA made him cherish what he had, and he would like to contribute more to society.
Throughout the show, Mr. Yu wiped away tears several times. He said that was nothing unusual. He again praised DPA’s magnificent presentation of Chinese culture on the stage.
When talking about the dance called The Udumbara’s Bloom, he happily said that the dancers’ performance was indeed wonderful, as if they were colorful butterflies, which touched him deeply. It was good to see the show with his eyes brimming with tears in dim lighting, because the performance was so magnificent, with tremendous effort by the dancers, he was greatly moved.
“I found the beauty of humanity, the beauty of Chinese traditions, and the magnificence of the divinely bestowed culture in the show,” he added.
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