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Welcome to the Sound Of Hope Radio network, This is Catherine Hennessy and in this program we will be covering the Divine Performing Arts in Chicago’s Civic Opera House on December the 27th frist matinee at 2PM.

The Divine Performing Arts have, as of the 29th, completed tours in Chicago, San Diego, Jacksonville and Durham. Attending the Chicago first matinee performance were Natalia Hart and Michael Jernkin. Natalia is a statistician. Michael works at Northwestern University in chicagoland. Natalia expressed how thrilled she is about the show. Michael was never exposed to Eastern culture hence the DPA show gave him a very good insight and a very good reason to learn more of Eastern culture and its influence on America. A good example is the Japanese Mynoya flower he saw on the backdrop is everywhere in Mississippi.

Natalia and Michael both were delighted to share their thoughts and experineces with SOH reporter.

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Welcome to the Sound Of Hope Radio network, This is Catherine Hennessy and in this program we will be covering the Divine Performing Arts in Chicago’s Civic Opera House on December the 27th frist matinee at 2PM.

The Divine Performing Arts have, as of the 29th, completed tours in Chicago, San Diego, Jacksonville and Durham. Attending the Chicago first matinee performance were Scott and Jacquelyn. Scott is a law student in Chicago. Jacquelyn is a Chinese History Major student in Nortedan. Scott has an eye on the vibrant and colorful assets in the show. Jacquelyn got the insight to some of the Chinese culture, some of the histories, and the story like The Yellow Emperor at the opening set called ‘The Five Millennia Begin.’ She is so thrilled that the stories she heard about a lot from the text books brought to live. She is excited that the performances bring to visual and give her a taste of life. Jacquelyn commented that Divine Performing Arts definately has elements of fantasy, surreal, and dream-like quality.

Scott and Jacquelyn both were delighted to share their thoughts and experineces with SOH reporter.

We’ll now listen to their feelings and insights about the show.

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Welcome to the Sound Of Hope Radio network, This is Catherine Hennessy and in this program we will be covering the Divine Performing Arts in Chicago’s Civic Opera House on December the 28th final matinee at 2PM.

The Divine Performing Arts have, as of the 29th, completed tours in Chicago, San Diego, Jacksonville and Durham. Attending the Chicago final matinee performance was Airetta Myrick. Airetta is a school social worker. She is counseling boys and girls and their families. Before coming to see the performance, Airetta didn’t believe in reincarnation. But now, she does believe in reincaration. Let’s find out more about what have made her changed.

We’ll now listen to her insights about the show.

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Welcome to the Sound Of Hope Radio network, This is Catherine Hennessy and in this program we will be covering the Divine Performing Arts in Chicago’s Civic Opera House on December the 28th final matinee at 2PM.

The Divine Performing Arts have, as of the 29th, completed tours in Chicago, San Diego, Jacksonville and Durham. Attending the Chicago final matinee performance was Ann Kosiba and her husband Larry Kosiba. Ann is a violinist and currently a member of Northwest Symphony Orchestra in Chicago Land. Larry is a retired computer programmer for a machinary company. Ann and Larry both were delighted to share their thoughts and experineces with SOH reporter.

We’ll now listen to their feelings and insights about the show.

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China launches major crackdown on dissidents
Chinese authorities have launched a major crackdown on dissidents amid growing demands for freedom.
By Malcolm Moore in Shanghai
Last Updated: 11:25AM GMT 17 Dec 2008

Pro-democracy activists in Shanghai said that the police have assaulted residents who have tried to lodge complaints at official agencies.

The restrictions coincide with Thursday’s 30th anniversary of Gaige Kaifang, the moment when China opened up to the world under the leadership of Deng Xiaoping.

An increasing number of critics are pointing out, however, that China’s economic success is a hollow victory without political change.

The purge was launched at the end of November, after the execution of Yang Jia, a 28-year-old man convicted of killing six policemen.

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Cave Painting: Rethinking Our Ancient Past The people of prehistoric times appear to have lived more like modern humans than primitive cave-dwellers
by Leonardo Vintiñi for Epochtimes
Dec. 15, 2008

“Cave art is simple and complex, delicate and temporal, captivating and magical, an expression of the ways of seeing the world, ways of asking, curing, communicating, and counting, among many other functions that it could have accomplished, but it is also a material that offers more problems than solutions to study.”—Francisco M. Galván,

Mexican archeologist

Imagine if Earth experienced a planet-wide cataclysm, perhaps due to an asteroid. Our planet would reverberate from the impact, producing enormous tidal waves (the highest ever seen) that would wipe 80 percent of civilization off the map. Most remnants of modern technology would be destroyed. The little that remained would eventually corrode over time, becoming no longer recognizable. After the smoke clears in our scenario, we find a few survivors—a small number of individuals who eventually begin a new cycle of human civilization.

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