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Welcome to the Sound Of Hope Radio network, This is Catherine Hennessy and in this program we will be covering Shen Yun Performing Arts in Washington DC at Kennedy Center Opera House during 26th through 30th of August, 2009.

Shen Yun at Washington DC is presented by Falun Dafa Association at Washington DC, in conjunction with NTDTV DC.

Attending Kennedy Center Opera House on Friday Evening performance was Captain Allen Connorton, US Marine Corp. he was stunned at the drama, the beauty of the pageantry and the music. Allen, as a vocalist, was impressed by the tenor and mezzo tenor who just took him off from the chair. He said that this tenor’s voice is far suppassed Italian operatic singers Luciano Pavarotti and Placido Domingo. The mezzo tenor can rise up pitch for high tenor. They are the greatest singers he has ever heard. He further commented that such peaceful and tranquil show shall continue and never end. What he learned from the show is that revenge and anger will deplete one’s energy. Forgiveness and compassion will nurish one’s
soul.

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

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Welcome! I am Corinne Malaske with SOH Radio Network. Here in Washington, D.C. there are many things to hear, see and learn about. Things of great import are everywhere in a nation’s capitol. Shen Yun has taken the stage at Kennedy Center’s Opera House. Shen Yun is the crown jewel of China’s history of culture and performance. Things of the greatest import throughout history. The nuances of movement, tone of voice and image comes from ancient history through the present. The attention to accuracy of details flows through every part of the production. It is said that – the perfection of any performance can be judged by how effortlessly the movements seem to be done. Tonight’s performance was enjoyed by a large audience.

Richard Swett, Abassador to Denmark, stopped for a few moments to relect upon tonight’s experience with our reporter.

Thank you! This has been Corinne Malaske bringing you coverage on the the World Shen Yun performances.

Tickets can be purchased at http://www.ticketmaster.com. Information on upcoming performances in your area can be found at http://www.divineperformingarts.com.

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Welcome, this is Corinne Malaske from SOH Radio Network, with an interview from Washington D.C. Home of the United States Government. There are Challenges aplenty everyday for the leaders of any country. We all have challenges to meet in our lives everyday. Shen Yun has arrived in D.C. They bring a performance of remembrance, awakening, hope and inspiration for the world today. Their challenge? To provide the audience with a moment’s respite from the travails of life that swirl around us every day. Dr. Christine Brooks, Re-organizing chair for the U.S./China People’s Friendship Association, attended the August 26th’s evening performance. She would like to share her evenings experience with everyone.

Christine: This association focuses on the friendship between the U.S. and Chinese People. Just friendship without politics or anything else. Arts and travel. We encourage people and students to travel back and forth, so they can learn about each other. I traveled to China 25 years ago and 10 years ago. The experience was marvelous both times. I am fascinated with the Chinese people and how far they have come in the last 25 years. The dance and the spectaculars. Tonight’s themes of peace, love and inspirations. The marvelous messages that came through the show. I like dance. This show was so spectacular – everything was on point. The scenery was beautiful, the outfits beautiful, the music, the dance is beautiful. So inspirational. Tonight was a marvelous adventure. I always wanted to come and something always interferred. I am awe struck. Once you have seen China, you are never the same again. My husband is on a business trip this time. She told our reporter: “We will never miss it again! We will always come! My hope is that everyone will get to see it!

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Welcome to the Sound Of Hope Radio network, This is Catherine Hennessy and in this program we will be covering Shen Yun Performing Arts in Washington DC at Kennedy Center Opera House during 26th through 30th of August, 2009.

Shen Yun at Washington DC is presented by Falun Dafa Association at Washington DC, in conjunction with NTDTV DC.

The name of the theator goer attending Kennedy Center Opera House on Wednesday opening night performance was unknown. However, he was stunned at colorful costumes and ingenious three dimensional digital backdrops. Chinese culture roots in ancient Buddhism and Taoism. The legendary in the programs such as The Mystical Phoenix, Monk Ji Gong Abducts the Bride, The Monkey King Triumphs, and Dragon Springs Drummers gave him joyful and unforgettable inspiration. He sensed that he got purification when he watched the show. By listening to his voice, I bet he now is as light as snow flecks.

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

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Sound of Hope Radio Network is proud to present you a series of audio book ‘One In A Billion” by Kai Chen. This is a book of “Freedom is not free” and can also be found at web site http://kaichenforum.com. Happy listening.

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Sound of Hope Radio Network is proud to present you a series of audio book ‘One In A Billion” by Kai Chen.  This is a book of “Freedom is not free” and can also be found at web site http://kaichenforum.com.  Happy listening.

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US-CHINA-BASKETBALL-CHEN
Sound of Hope Radio Network is proud to present you a series of audio book ‘One In A Billion” by Kai Chen. This is a book of “Freedom is not free” and can also be found at web site http://kaichenforum.com. Happy listening.

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