Keeping China’s Traditions Alive

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Theater-goers who attend a Shen Yun performance will experience the marriage of classical Chinese dance and original orchestra works, but what people may not anticipate is a deeply embedded and elaborate history lesson of an almost-extinct Chinese culture that spans 5,000 years. The Shen Yun website says that China was once known as Shen Zhou, or The Divine Land. For thousands of years, disciplines such as Buddhism and Taoism were at the heart of Chinese society. However, much of that culture has been lost during Communist rule in the country. A group of Chinese artists formed the company in 2006 with a shared vision of reviving "the true, divinely inspired culture of China and share it with the world," and to keep traditional Chinese culture...
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Keeping China’s Traditions Alive

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