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Shen Yun Brings the True Beauty of Humanity, Says CEO

2019-04-02 14:38
Shen Yun has been performing around the globe with its all-new program for more than 3 months this year. Lyse Moreau, owner of an international clothing company in Ontario, saw Shen Yun at the end of March in Hamilton, Canada, and said the breathtaking beauty of the performance and the profound values it conveyed brought her to tears. "It’s magical, it’s mystical, it’s spiritual and the performers are just … I can’t say enough, they are amazing. There is not one word to describe the effects of how they make you feel, how they draw you in," said Moreau. "And the story that they tell, and the background it's just beautiful." "I get teary-eyed watching it all. You can't help but feel that great from the beginning like you said to the end of it all," she added. "They take you through the history, they take you through their struggles, and they take you to the point where they've conquered." Moreau saw the real beauty of humanity through the performance and admires Shen Yun’s efforts to share those values. "There’s so much truth in what they are doing," she said. "Their ability, no matter how much they’ve been pushed down, their willingness to still help somebody else, shows the true spiritualness and the love within the person." Shen Yun draws inspiration from China’s 5,000 years of civilization and the virtues it has long embraced and passed down through its culture. The inspiration of the performers has deeply touched her. "Throughout their performing to bring the beauty of what is expected in humanity, they’re going about it the right way,"  Moreau added. "You cannot walk away without feeling some type of humanity, spiritualness, with what was exhibited on that performance today, just breathtaking. It gets you in your heart. You can’t but feel it in here." NTD News, Hamilton, Canada.