Attorney ‘Happy DPA show comes to smaller cities’

December 27, 2008 Updated: October 1, 2015
Attorney Philip Buhler, his wife Gloria and son, Vincenz thought the show was wonderful.  (Maureen Gamrecki/The Epoch Times)
Attorney Philip Buhler, his wife Gloria and son, Vincenz thought the show was wonderful. (Maureen Gamrecki/The Epoch Times)

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.—Attorney P. Buhler, his wife, and son were at the first performance of the Divine Performing Arts (DPA) show in Jacksonville on Dec. 26.

Mr. Buhler was glad that DPA had come to Jacksonville.

”I am happy that they bring things like that to this city … not to just the major (cities), not just New York, Washington, Atlanta, LA, but also to bring it to the smaller cities. There are plenty of us that will come see them if they bring it here!”

Mrs. Buhler, a German from Colombia, understands the importance of passing on traditional culture and language to later generations.

”I admire very much that they are keeping the culture over the generations, so that they can pass it on. Also the language is something very special and very important for their families,” said Mrs. Buhler.

Gloria had visited China last year with her mother; but, she said, “… we did not see a show like this … with the Cultural Revolution they lost all of these parts of the culture.”

Her son, who goes to boarding school in Pennsylvania, agreed.

“I’m glad that they speak Chinese. My roommate is from Hong Kong, so … I believe this is Mandarin. I think the audience appreciates hearing Chinese as well. … I mean it’s a different thing,” said Mr. Buhler.

 
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