Mulan, from China, create a Peace Sign Drum Circle and perform in tribute to the International Day of Peace in the broadcast for www.peacedayparty.org September 21.
Mulan is bringing Peace, Harmony, Love and Joy to the World
Good News needs your help for the www.peacedayparty.org events for September 21, 2015. Please go to the website and participate, with your help we can get the whole world to celebrate International Peace Day. Zhen Joy Lin Dame of St. John of Jerusalem and president of World Water Rescue Foundation and Vice President of Good News Broad Cast was invited to watch Red Poppy Ladies’ production of Mulan which was invited to perform at three Olympic Games( Beijing, London and Athens) and Washington DC Kennedy Art Center, Sydney Opera House and Broad show last year and about 50 different countries.
The New York Times praised the show calling it: “Exciting, Sharp & Graceful.” The New York Times gave the show a score of 9.99 out of 10. The brilliance of Mulan is not only told in the story of how she saved her father and country but also through the themes of Peace, Harmony, Love and Joy to the World. This is shown through her filial piety (Chinese: 孝xian) , as it is called in Confucian philosophy and through the brave, courageous, and bold Red Drum which shakes the Sky, Earth, Water, Fire and even the universe to bridge ancient and modern times, and between East and West, forming a family. Dame Zhen Joy Lin is the representation of the modern Mulan, of which is a symbol of peace, love and joy. This correlates with the United Nations International Day of Peace.
Clever Mulan disguises herself as a male soldier named “Ping” to bravely take her father’s place in the Imperial Army.
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