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Exhibition of Renaissance of Chinese Arts This Friday, 11 April & Saturday, 12 April

Sam Salvaneschi 8 April 2008 3

Divine Performing Arts Chinese Spectacular at the Canberra Theatre

Fri. 11 April 2008, 7:30pm

Sat. 12 April 2008, 2:00 pm & 7:30pm

Dear Sir/Madam

The classical Chinese dance company, Divine Performing Arts, continues its international Chinese Spectacular tour with sell out shows from Broadway to London. It returns to Canberra with a dazzling new program on 11 & 12 April 2008. The Spectacular features Chinese classical dance with stunning high-tech backdrops, gorgeous costumes inspired by ancient Chinese scrolls, and music that blends techniques from the West with melodies from the East. Its artistry captures the eyes, enraptures the senses, moves the heart, and stirs the soul. Sadly, decades of repression have seen these traditions nearly destroyed.

You can enjoy the special discount by calling Canberra Theatre and saying from which organisation you are calling from, you are entitled to the *15%* discount when booking tickets via phone (02-6275 2700, Canberra Ticketing) or at the box office. Please note this discount is NOT available via web booking. Alternatively, get a group together, collect their money, and book as a group, for a discounted rate, through Dr Songfa Liu, on 0416 818 486.

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3 Responses to Exhibition of Renaissance of Chinese Arts This Friday, 11 April & Saturday, 12 April
Thumper Thumper 8:32 pm 09 Apr 08

Wasn’t the last Chinese show in Canberra sponsored by the Red Army?

Maybe it’s just bad timing?

Sam Salvaneschi Sam Salvaneschi 8:26 pm 09 Apr 08

I think you have this mixed up with something else. This is not an exhibition to do with the Falun Gong. Further, if you knew anything about Falun Gong, you would know it is nothing more than a group that espouses humanist principles, such as compassion and harmony, and practises light exercises in parks. It is not in the least cult-like, by any stretch of the imagination.

Eyes Eyes 11:28 pm 08 Apr 08

By all means go but you’ll get a dose of Falun Gong cult propaganda. ( But hey, you’d be in good company getting up the Chinese government at the moment.)

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