Shen Yun Is Like a Lighthouse for Goodness, Company Owner Says

February 27, 2018

“I have played huqin for over 30 years and I know how to play pipa and the Chinese zither. … I closed my eyes and really put my heart into enjoying the performance [by the erhu soloist]—she was in control of position changes, the musical score, and the Chinese culture … she brought out intricate traits and the flavor of the instrument [erhu].”

“[Shen Yun] is like a lighthouse—it is guiding a positive force to help change people for the better.”

“Shen Yun is like planting seeds [of goodness across the world] … you don’t know when these seeds might sprout, but there is a chance that the seeds will turn into a forest. [In other words], with fewer evils, our world will become better—people will appreciate the purpose of life.”

“This is the fourth time that I have come to see the performance.”

“Within the 5,000 years of Chinese culture, it [Shen Yun] integrates so many different aspects—[moral values] such as loyalty, filial piety, chastity, righteousness, as well as unique characters of different ethnic groups [in China]. It shows people a direction of how they should lead their life.”

“The performance not only enriched our lives but also made our spirit and mind more mature.”