“It is really, very beautiful. It tells the history a lot of China, and also … teaches peace and tranquility and all that. No violence, you know, and it is what the world needs. It is not, wanting for power and all that. We can all live together in peace and tranquility, sharing what richness we have. That is what heaven is all about.
“Every [dance in the performance] has his unique message to give. And it is up to us if we are open to receive, each scene has something to tell you, like the Mongolian [dance]. The beauty of it. They blend with nature; nature is being created by god, you know, so the tranquility is … one with god, … It is very uplifting, it is very uplifting.”