Toronto Audience Enjoys the Chinese New Year Spectacular and Pays Attention to China and Chinese Culture (Photos)

( NTDTV's Chinese New Year Spectacular came to Toronto on January 18, 2008.

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Bakery owner Ms. Lian brought her four daughters to the show. She said that the purpose was to have her children find out about Chinese traditional culture and China's different ethnic groups. "I believe that they will benefit from seeing the show, since they have grown up here." Ms. Lian said, "I was especially interested in the story of the two youths who took shelter in a temple. The backdrops seemed real and the costumes were first rate. The lessons of the story were very educational."

Los Angeles: The Divine Performing Arts Successfully Holds Four Shows of NTDTV's Chinese New Year Spectacular (Photos)

( On January 20, 2008, the Divine Performing Arts successfully held the last show of NTDTV's Chinese New Year Spectacular in Los Angeles. The theatre was packed. Several thousand people from different cultures and of different ages watched the show.

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( The Chinese New Year Spectacular is the largest celebration of the Chinese New Year in the world. Divine Performing Arts based in New York City will perform in 65 cities around the world and reach approximately 650,000 attendees worldwide. In reviving ancient Chinese culture, it takes you back 5,000 years into ancient China in two unforgettable hours.

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