Parisians Impressed by the High Artistic Standards of the Divine Performing Arts (Photos)

( At 10:00 p.m. on March 1, the Divine Performing Arts completed its third show at the grand Palais des Congrès in Paris. More than 3000 people enjoyed the Chinese Spectacular. The modern theater is spacious and stylish, and the streamlined ceiling is decorated with lights like stars in a galaxy, giving the audience a feeling of being under a broad expanse of the night sky.

Tainan, Taiwan: Professors of Chinese Dance Say They Did Not Want the Show to End (Photo)

( The Divine Performing Arts Chinese Spectacular shows have been a sensation in Taiwan. According to ticket sales personnel at the Tainan Cultural Center, the rate of ticket sales for the show was 99.9%. According to their experience, a performance is considered successful if ticket sales reach 60% for two consecutive shows in Taiwan. It was incredible that the Divine Performing Arts could play to a full house for four consecutive shows.

Chinese Communist Party Interference Fails to Dim the Glory of the Divine Performing Arts in Korea (Part I) (Photos)

( Three Divine Performing Arts performances that were originally scheduled to take place on February 26, 2008 at the KBS Theatre in Pusan, Korea were canceled due to pressure from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). This resulted in KBS unilaterally reneging on the contract. This is not an isolated incident. Since the Divine Performing Arts launched its global tour this year, people all over the world have embraced the show and held it in extremely high regard due to its pure beauty, goodness, and its ability to illustrate profound Chinese culture through stage art. Past experience has proven that the Communist Party's interference not only failed to achieve its purpose but instead served to intrigue more people to learn about and see the Divine Performing Arts, after which they recognized the Party's inherent nature of making orthodox culture and traditional values its enemy.

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