Doctor: "I Hope to See Such Culture in Today's China" (Photos)
(Clearwisdom.net) Among the many audience members who came to watch the Holiday Wonders show in New York City, quite a few had some knowledge of Chinese culture and came with high expectations.
Abdul Neeimi, M.D. hoped to see such culture in today's China
Chinese-American Henry Leu: This is the first successful step for Chinese culture to enter the western world
Airline employee Mary Naga enjoyed the show with her mother and niece
Abdul Neeimi, M.D., is currently working as a resident doctor in a hospital. After watching the show with one of his Chinese friends, he said that the show was wonderful and very peaceful. "I know this is a very important component of traditional Chinese culture. I hope to see such culture in today's China. I hope that it will return to China and prevail. We all should observe the principles of 'Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance'."
Dr. Neeimi said that he was moved to tears several times during the show. "The songs were very touching, and those dances and music were also very good. I was truly touched. I hope that [NTDTV] will host more shows of this kind and I will not miss any of them."
Chinese-American Henry Leu has been living in the United States for more than 10 years. He said, "I have never seen such a wonderful show. The opening backdrop was splendid and impressed me the most. I was absolutely delighted by 'Drummers of the Tang Court'." He said that the show was very easy for westerners to comprehend and this is the first successful step for Chinese culture to enter the western world.
Mary Naga works for an airline company, and she brought her mother and niece to watch the show. She said that the show was very professional and delicate, elegant and beautiful. Mary said that she loved the colorful costumes and was most impressed by the variety in the show, which showcased Chinese culture from different regions and ethnic groups.