Korean Lawyer: Divine Performing Arts Presents Genuine Chinese Culture (Photo)
(Clearwisdom.net) On March 24, 2008, Mr. Jeon Jeongho, a lawyer, and his family watched the final performance of the Divine Performing Arts Chinese Spectacular in Daegu City, Korea. Mr. Jeon Jeongho said afterwards that the show was very meaningful to him. He said he felt that the principles of "Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance" displayed throughout the performance are common virtues in the world and basic human values.
Performing Historical Culture
Mr. Jeon Jeongho watched each performance of the show very with great concentration. He explained that the show helped him to remember historical knowledge about Chinese and Korean culture that he had learned in the past.
Dances Embodied Both Masculine Strength and Feminine Elegance
Mr. Jeon Jeongho's wife was most impressed with "The Lady of the Moon," "Nymphs of the Sea," and others dances that exhibited feminine gentleness. Mr. Jeon Jeongho was most fond of the male performances, such as "The Drummers of the Tang Court," and "Victory Drums," because of their foundational strength. What most impressed him was "The Loyalty of Yue Fei," a familiar Chinese historical story expressed through dance.
He added that the costumes were very elegant, and in perfect harmony with the content of the performances.
Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance Is a Basic Human Value
He also pointed out that he felt that the Spectacular was an expression of genuine Chinese culture. He felt that the principles of "Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance" displayed in the performances are common virtues to all religions and races and represent basic human values.
Will Recommend It to Others and Come Next Year
Mr. Jeon Jeongho thinks Falun Gong is teaching people to be good and that the persecution in China will eventually end. He felt it was big mistake that the Chinese Communist Party interfered with the shows in Busan, Korea. Not only did he feel that the show was very meaningful, he really enjoyed it. He will be attending the show next year and will recommend it to others.