(Clearwisdom.net) The Chinese New Year Spectacular played January 14 at the Dodge Theatre in Phoenix, Arizona. Government officials and celebrities issued proclamations and sent congratulatory letters to honor the occasion.
The mayor of Phoenix proclaimed January 14, 2008 as Divine Performing Arts Day.
Government officials who issued proclamations and sent congratulatory letters included Senator John Huppenthal, Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard, Senator Meg Burton-Cahill, Senator Jorge Lius Garcia, Mayor of Phoenix Phil Gordon, Mayor of Chandler Boyd Dunn, Mayor of Gilbert Steven Berman, Dean of Arizona State University Mary Ard and Dean of College of Law, Arizona State University Patricia White.
Mayor of Phoenix proclaimed "Divine Performing Arts Day"
The mayor of the city of Phoenix Phil Gordon proclaimed January 14, 2008 as Divine Performing Arts Day in Phoenix. The proclamation stated, "This world-class production will take place at the Dodge Theatre in downtown Phoenix;" "the Chinese New Year Spectacular is not only entertainment, but a valuable and gracious gesture toward cross-cultural understanding;" "the Chinese New Year Spectacular will enhance the cultural and economic vitality of our City of Phoenix, Arizona, and promote tolerance and understanding among different cultures and races."
Arizona State Senator John Huppenthal expressed gratitude in his congratulatory letter to Divine Performing Arts company for bringing 2008 Chinese New Year Spectacular to Phoenix. He said he was very happy to encourage all citizens in Arizona to watch the show. He wished Chinese people a healthy, happy and peaceful New Year.
The mayor of Chandler Boyd Dunn welcomed the Chinese New Year Spectacular brought by Divine Performing Arts company in his congratulatory letter. He stated that Phoenix's scorching Valley of the Sun proudly becomes the host for the celebration of the Year of Rat. He invited everybody to appreciate the spectacular performance on behalf of the city of Chandler.
Arizona Attorney General welcomes Chinese New Year Spectacular on behalf of the whole state
Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard stated in his letter that it is an honor to be able to celebrate traditional Chinese culture with Chinese people around the world. The Chinese New Year Spectacular will add color to traditional holiday in Arizona.
Arizona State Senator Meg Burton-Cahill stated that he had learned that Divine Performing Arts will revive in every performance traditional virtues such as kindness, goodness and sincerity. In as short as several years, the audience of the show increased from 10,000 people in five cities to 600,000 people in 65 cities. He welcomed NTDTV to bring Chinese New Year Spectacular.
Dean of Arizona State University Mary Ard stated that we were nurtured by myths, legends, dances, music and values in the celebration of Chinese New Year. Congratulations on Phoenix's Chinese New Year Spectacular!
Arizona State Senator Jorge Lius Garcia congratulated and welcomed the 2008 Chinese New Year Spectacular. He said that this splendid show is truly a special opportunity to showcase traditional Chinese culture.
Mayor of Gilbert: Anyone lucky enough to watch the show will definitely benefit from it
The mayor of Fountain Hills Wallace Nichols stated in his proclamation that the world-class Chinese New Year Spectacular will be staged at the Dodge Theatre. Divine Performing Arts company has performed at prestigious theatres in over 30 cities, displaying the essence of traditional Chinese culture. Welcome Divine Performing Arts to play Chinese New Year Spectacular on January 14, 2008 in Phoenix.
The may of Gilbert Steven Berman welcomed Divine Performing Arts to perform at the Dodge Theatre on behalf of the city of Gilbert.
Dr. Patricia White from College of Law, Arizona State University expressed his gratitude to the Foundation of Traditional Culture for bringing the essence of Chinese dances and music to Phoenix.