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NTD News
NTD News
The Waterhouse family first saw Shen Yun two years ago. They loved it so much, they decided to make it an annual family tradition. This year, they saw a performance in Salt Lake City on Aug. 7. “The show [has] really changed my life. Since I've always been really interested in the traditional Chinese culture,” said Andrew Waterhouse, 15. “And then when we finally came to see the show two years ago, I was hooked. Because the way that the director puts these things together, the music and the dance, it just drew me in.” “I could really appreciate more what these people are trying to do, the message that they're trying to spread throughout the world that preserving religious freedom and traditional values. It’s so important,” said Ryan Waterhouse, 18. “You can just feel that they put their souls into it and that they really have a message to share with everyone. And, we really appreciate, especially the bravery that they have with the particular message that they have coming from an oppressed country and trying to maintain their belief system,” said Jeff Waterhouse, an orthodontist.
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