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Thousand Year Flowers Bring Fascination During the Divine Performing Arts Show

CHICAGO— Hair designer Ms. Lynnesa Lovett Bey is a Chicago native who feels that she knows a lot about design and creativity.

On Sunday December 28, she saw the Divine Performing Arts 2009 World Tour at Chicago’s Civic Opera House. “This show is excellent and this is the first time I’ve ever seen any show like this. I really enjoyed the colors, and the overall performance of the show. It was fantastic and it took me to China.”

The performance about the special udumbara spiritual flowers that only bloom once every three thousands years in the story, “The Udumbara’s Bloom” was especially fascinating for Ms. Bey. “I feel that I learned a lot about Chinese culture that I did not know before. For example, that there are different ethnic races within the Chinese culture, like Mongolia, and Tibet.”

Since Ms. Bey is interested in Asian culture, she was naturally very interested in coming to the show. “I would recommend this show to everyone who wishes to learn more about China’s traditional heritage.”

“The colors and the dancing were magnificent! Excellent! exclaimed Mr. Marius Popsu. He is an engineer from Romania, who brought his family and friends to enjoy the Divine Performing Arts show. “My wife Juliana and Alexia my daughter— Alexia will definitely come again to see the show, and we’ll bring our friends with us!”…… (more from The Epochtimes report)



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