Dame Zhen Joy Lin was invited to watch The Flowers Rain along Silk Road Dance Drama at David Koch Lincoln Center in Manhattan on March 3. 2013, Dame Zhen Joy Lin interviewed Lu Jinlong who is Dean president of Gansu Dance Troupe, Senior art director and together with performer of Avolokatishvora who is great compassion of Buddha who ‘s birthday is today, we share the video to the world for celebrating Avolokatishvora’s birthday to thank her blessing, loving, kindness, great compassion and great merci to sentient beings.
Flower Rain Along Silk Road is making second silk road through perform art as well as Dame Zhen Joy Lin has been dancing Duhan Silk Road “Flying into the Sky’ and conbining eastern and western philosophy, culture, art, beauty, TaiChi, healing, science, fashion to connecting bridge between the east and west like a splendid rainbow
The Flower Rain along Silk Road
The 6 act dance drama The Flower Rain along Silk Road tells a story in Tang Dynasty of ancient China. The story takes the world famous Silk Road and the murals of Dunhuang as materials, sings the praise of the glorious images of Yingniang and her father, painter Master Zhang, describe their their pure friendship with a Persian businessman, Enus. The play highly praises the deep friendship between Chinese people and foreign peoples, depicts a wise and open dynasty and the frequent international exchanges in the fields of economy and culture. It also weaves a piece of great friendship of song through the ancient, beautiful, innovative and unique style of dance.
Since 1979 the Gansu Dance Drama and Opera Theatre has been to over 20 countries and reigons, such as North Korea, France, Italy, Japan, Thailand, Russia, Latvia and Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan etc, and performed in the world-renowned theatre, La Scala Opera House of Italy and more. The play has won the praise of “the Best Dance Play of Asian”. On the performance of the 30th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China, the play was awarded the “the best creativity awarding” and “the greatest performance awarding” by the State Culture Ministry. In 1994, the play won the “Golden Elephant Award” in the 20th Century Classic Chorus Works Activity, and so becomes the oriental “Swan Lake”. So far more than 3,100,000 people have seen the chorus, which is recorded as the “the Greatest Chorus of China” by World Guinness Headquarters of Shanghai in October 2004. In January 2005, she also received the praise of “the Best Program of China Guinness Records, 2005” which was held by CCTV, Shanghai Oriental Television and the World Guinness Headquarters of Shanghai jointly.