Shen Yun, evaluated as a beautiful art that makes you think in Paris

Paris, France — Many audiences were impressed with what they saw at their first performance of Shen Yun art in France on Friday and Saturday. It included many medical professionals.

Joëlle Dubois, a physician specializing in public health and social medicine, is associated with the New York-based method. Shen Yun How it revived traditional Chinese culture and gave it a complete scope to the spiritual traditions that gave birth to much of China history.

“It’s the great power of another world, arousing the relationship between Earth and heaven,” said Dr. Dubois.

Shen Yun said that it leads to “reflection on the bequest of something over tradition and time.”

“It’s good to think that there are solid values ​​and lasting things, especially in the context we know,” she said. “It is important that each of us does not lose contact with reality at a deeper level.”

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Dr. Dominique Clavier, Shen Yun Performing Arts, Paris, France, January 14, 2022. (NTD)

Clinical psychologist Dominique Clavier said he experienced “a lot of spirits, a lot of emotions” during the performance.

This is important “especially at this time when we are more trapped,” he said of the pandemic.

Dr. Clavier added that in order to “become part of the world,” we need to recognize that “each culture is important and we must cherish them and continue to feed them.” I did.

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Dr. Isabel Lecardonnel of the Shen Yun Performing Arts in Paris, France, January 14, 2022. (NTD)

Cardiologist Isabelle Lecardonnel was impressed with this “magnificent performance” that embraced Chinese tradition. Art forms such as dance.

“It really makes you want to go to these areas and cultures,” said Dr. Lecardonnel.

“we [by Shen Yun] To get closer to our roots and find the simple and beautiful things in life, “she said.

“Performance emphasizes the pursuit of purity.”

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Gilles Maroteaux was held on January 14, 2022 in Palais des Maroteaux, France. (NTD)

Teacher translator Gilles Maroteaux waited four years to meet Shen Yun.

“It’s absolutely amazing … there’s no word to describe what we’ve seen. It’s really beautiful,” Maroto said in his emotionally broken voice.

“It’s … ancient Chinese, so it makes a lot of sense to me. mythology.. And it comes up a lot in everything that happens on stage. It’s a really beautiful art. It’s beauty, “Maroto said.

“Music is sublime. Dancers have worked very hard to achieve this level of beauty,” he said.

“They can somehow be uplifted music.. And dance! It’s absolutely amazing. It’s a really, really beautiful experience. “

Curtain call for the performing arts of Shen Yun at the Palais de Congres in Paris, France, on January 16, 2022. (Jumpin / The Epoch Times)

Maroto said he was impressed with the various performances of Chinese folk groups, folk tales, and mythical gods.

“If we humans can be that way again, it will do good for many … and probably for all humanity,” he said.

“It’s an absolutely necessary experience! It’s really good for the mind and soul, especially today when we live too fast.”

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Lucy and her grandfather Professor François Brikea performed Shen Yun art in Paris, France, on January 15, 2022. (NTD)

Professor François Bricare, former director of the Infectious Diseases and Tropical Diseases Department at the Pitier Salpetriere Hospital, attended the Shinrin performance on Saturday.

A professor who is very active in managing the COVID-19 crisis in France, he believes that life is unstoppable and that French people have access to art.

“We need it,” he said. “Despite this pandemic from China, it’s very important to go out and watch the show. This situation forces us to try something else, and the show is part of it. . “

Lucy, his ballet-loving granddaughter, received a Shen Yun ticket as a Christmas present.

“It was very moving,” Lucy said. “Beautiful, beautiful!”

“I chose very well, frankly I love it, it’s great,” she was pleased to choose to see Shen Yun.

Her grandfather agreed.

“Yes, it’s absolutely beautiful and very moving,” said Professor Bricare. “I think the show is very beautiful because it emphasizes true Chinese culture. It’s a great pleasure to admire the dancers’ amazing movements and adjustments.”

Report by NTD in France.

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