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Ancient Chinese people believed their culture was a gift from heaven. For thousands of years, traditional Chinese art forms have been integrated into people’s lives, expressed in benevolence, beauty, and other virtues. "Incredible. Absolutely some of the finest dancing I've ever seen, just magnificent," said Dawn Jantsch the executive director of The Choristers Guild. As a gift from a good friend, Michael Keegan, the president of Michael Keegan Realty company, watched the performance in Dallas. He said he enjoyed the performance tremendously. "Very much, very much. It's been enlightening, inspiring, very educational. You learned a lot about the history, about the people, that we didn't know much about," said Keegan. "It's almost like a lost civilization that still existing, it’s beautiful." Jantsch felt the performance was very educational. "The performance is absolutely magnificent and the cultural significance is absolutely fantastic. I am so enjoying the learning, and the education that this show is bringing to us," she said. "The stories are absolutely beautiful. I'm loving seeing the significance, and the resonance of it." "Oh my gosh, they are so ornate and absolutely beautiful, love all the detail involved in them," said Andrea Bope, the director of franchise leadership for Coca-Cola North America. "I’m enjoying the performance immensely. Absolutely fantastic," said Jamie Shelton, the director of global corporate accounts. "Not only the dancing, the comedy in sections, but [also] just the grandeur of the stage, the backdrop." Audiences were touched, and felt inspired by the spiritual aspect of the performance. "I really like the spiritual aspects of it. Even in maybe tough times, or oppressed times, or cultural times through change that the true meaning of what things are about and your roots and your spiritual connections, they never change," added Keegan. "I saw a lot of really significant meaning in the performance, and also in the soprano’s song. My goodness, that was amazing. The art, the reverence to deity, the faith level. Also, seeing the oppressed people that are trying to still live their faith and their culture and their beliefs." Chinese people believed in respecting the divine and maintaining a balance between man and nature. "I would say the spirituality of the performances comes through, not only just the work that the performers have to do, but just the projection of spirituality is amazing," added Shelton. "To understand that the same performance can’t be seen in China, it's quite an emotional factor." Keegan felt those values coming through the performance and it helped him come to a new understanding. "I think that, it made me reflect on my own life," Keegan said. In the end, Keegan added that he will come back next year. "It all goes back to the basis of heritage, tradition, culture, and your spiritual roots. I look forward to seeing next year's performance, Keegan said. NTD News, Dallas, Texas
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