Japan: Osaka Theatergoer is "Most Impressed by Truthfulness, Compassion, Tolerance"

On February 19th, 2008, the Divine Performing Arts of New York staged its first show at the NHK Osaka Hall in Osaka, Japan.

Audience member Ms. Yoshinaga said after the show, "It's very beautiful, the costumes and dances. My favourite program is 'Nymphs of the Sea'."

Ms. Ichihashi said that the show presented the Chinese people in a professional way, "I am most impressed by the three concepts of "Truthfulness, Compassion, Tolerance." I feel that modern Japanese people might have forgotten about them."

"Every programme is great," Ms. Ichihashi continued, "The Erhu solo was wondrously beautiful and ran directly through my heart. The lyrics of the songs were translated and projected onto the backdrop, which is a great way to help people understand the meaning of the songs."

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