‘Everything was superb’

“I thought everything was fantastic.”

 

“The tenor, the words of his song, were very, very impressive, very thoughtful. He sang of life and death. He said what is important in one’s life. … 

 

The words were a picture of us: We all work, but we don’t know what we want. We all work to do something for ourselves, maybe for humanity, but at the end of the day, maybe we didn’t find ourselves. We get lost by doing things to be rich, but it actually doesn’t matter. At the end of the day, it doesn’t matter.” 

 

“I thought it was very good, very philosophical and true. It is true to life. If you look at every one of us, we strive all the time. We forget the purpose why we are here. Why are we here? [The tenor] said it. He referred a lot to the Creator.”

 

“The dancing, the choreography, the [animated backdrop]—there is a lot of novelty in it. The scenery in every place that was talked about was most interesting. And the people came flying and suddenly they were on the stage—super! It’s really interesting.”

 

“I feel good. It’s a change from what we see every day. Hollywood is gone. There is no story to it, it’s all nonsense, it’s all shooting, killing. [Shen Yun] has something, it offers you something.”

 

“Everything was superb.”

Adina Nissan, former hotel owner
Four Seasons Centre, Toronto, Canada
Shen Yun World Company
March 1, 2017