‘It is like paradise on the stage,’ Taiwanese Professor Says

March 2, 2018

“This is my first time seeing Shen Yun. The artistry and showing of God’s compassion are excellent. There is no language or cultural barrier to the performance.”

“This performance doesn’t belong to our human world—it is more like bringing what paradise is like right up on the stage.”

“I was inspired by this from the performance—maybe it is the time that all of us take a hard look at ourselves, which direction we should be going. In this world, there should be one same direction [for all of us] and we must walk this path together.”

“I think maybe gravity didn’t have an effect on these performers, given how they could float across the stage, and they could do all these tumbling and jumping techniques.”

“It could help you find your true self. … You find resonance with the music and the dance—awakening the goodness that perhaps has slowly been lost in you.”

Kuo Shih-yao, professor, Dept. of Air Transportation Management, Aletheia University
Tainan Cultural Center Performing Hall, Tainan, Taiwan, Asia
Shen Yun International Company
March 2, 2018