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President of the Indian Australian Arts and Film Association: Shen Yun ‘Fantastic’

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Balaji Venkatarangan, (R) the President of the Indian Australian Arts and Film Association, attended Shen Yun Performing Arts International Company at the Capitol Theatre on Saturday, Feb. 18 with members of his family. (Jennifer Zeng/The Vision China Times)

Balaji Venkatarangan, (R) the President of the Indian Australian Arts and Film Association, attended Shen Yun Performing Arts International Company at the Capitol Theatre on Saturday, Feb. 18 with members of his family. (Jennifer Zeng/The Vision China Times)

SYDNEY—Balaji Venkatarangan, the President of the Indian Australian Arts and Film Association, attended Shen Yun Performing Arts International Company at the Capitol Theatre on Saturday, Feb. 18 with members of his family.

 

Mr. Venkatarangan said, “It was a really great wonderful show, it was really good. It was really very fascinating … Fantastic program.” 

Mr. Venkatarangan’s uncle, Subbarajan Kris from India, who used to work for the Government and but is now retired, said, “I have never seen such a very good program; I have never seen such a wonderful program in my life.  It is a very fantastic program, I like it very much.”

His uncle’s wife added, “It is really wonderful, beautiful dance, beautiful. All that is beautiful and very good.”    

Mr. Venkatarangan also had two nieces at the performance who also echoed words the “excellent.”

New York-based Shen Yun is the world’s premier Chinese music and dance company. It brings China’s 5,000 years of history to the stage through ancient legends, modern tales and ethnic dances.

Mr. Venkatarangan explained that he appreciated “they have called all that from ancient things over 5,000 years up to the present times.”  

He was unable to choose any stand out pieces saying “everything was really very wonderful, everything is good.” His family echoed, “everything.”

Chinese classical dance has a vast training system incorporating bearing, form and techniques. Mr. Venkatarangan appreciated the ability of the dancers. He explained, “especially the women, their body language, their actions, their coordination, really wonderful, wonderful.”

Mr. Venkatarangan is in the field of arts and culture although he does not dance himself, he used to do acting in movies and things like that for about 25 years. Not only did he feel the performers had done an amazing job but he also had praise for Shen Yun Performing Arts saying they “have done an excellent job … the organisers have done a very good, wonderful thing.”

He said he was not aware of some of the contemporary things happening in China and said he would look on the internet to become more informed.

Reporting by Jennifer Zeng and Leigh Smith.

 

Shen Yun Performing Arts International Company will perform the last two shows at Sydney’s Capitol Theatre on Feb. 23. Next stop is Melbourne, March 1-6. For more information, visit ShenYunPerformingArts.org 

 
 
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