Former President of Sculptors Society Savors the Delight and Refinement in Shen Yun

January 4, 2018

“It’s great. This is the second time I see it.”

“It is a shame that in China they cannot [see] it. But it is great. This is the history, the art, it’s very fine.”

“You have the choreography, plus you have the history of China, from [thousands years ago]. … The music is different, the instruments are different, the choreography is different. … It was a great performance.”

“It [portrays] gods, or god-like creatures, plus also it goes down to the rulers of China of the time, plus it goes down to regular people, soldiers … and ladies of the palace. You get all levels of society. … There’s a lot of refinement. It’s a delight.”

“There is a link between [the ancient Chinese culture and] the Greeks or the Romans from antiquity. We all have our myths or stories … the gods and the regular people. It makes it interesting.”

Daniel Pokorn, sculptor, former president of the Sculptors Society of Canada, fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, translator
Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, Toronto, Canada
Shen Yun New York Company
January 4, 2018