Fine Artist: Shen Yun ‘Gave Me a Sense of Hope’

“Wonderful, it was very invigorating. I learned a lot I did not know about the Chinese heritage. And the dances were phenomenal. I would recommend it for anybody; it was just truly inspiring. I want to go dance.”

“The colors were phenomenal. The dressing, the dresses, the costumes, the grace, the peacefulness, it really gave me a sense of hope.”

“I really enjoyed the hosts. I loved that they translated everything, so that made it much more interesting.”

“I do recommend that if you have not seen Shen Yun, you really will be inspired. I did not expect it to be so holy. You know, so holy. I’m really glad I went.”

“I learned a lot about the Chinese heritage. It was so beautiful, so caring.”

“I would definitely tell them, you know, they have to see it for themselves. It’s kind of like a caterpillar turns into a butterfly. You wonder how it can fly from crawling. You have to come and see for yourself. I would definitely recommend it for everyone.”

“It’s more than just a dance, it’s really a message. A deep spiritual message. I’m just glad I came.”

Kenji Tanner, fine artist, art teacher
San Francisco War Memorial Opera House, San Francisco, United States
Shen Yun International Company
January 7, 2018