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Chinese acrobatics dazzle Canada

03-04-2011 08:40 BJT

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Organized by the Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of the State Council, the major stage project "One Spring in the World" has been touring around the world. It's aimed at enriching Spring Festival celebrations among many Chinese communities overseas. On Tuesday right before wrapping up this year's tour, the troupe thrilled an audience in Vancouver, Canada.

And some 2,000 spectators packed the Vancouver Grand Theatre.

The show highlighted a mix of traditional and modern elements, with breathtaking acrobatic performances as the central offering.

The spectators were captivated by the consummate techniques of the Chinese artists.

Organized by the Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of the State Council, the major stage
project "One Spring in the World" has been touring around the world.

Tuesday marked the end of the show's 2011 North American tour.

Since its initiation in 2009, "One Spring in the World" has been staged in forty cities in sixteen countries. And audiences totaling over one million people have watched the shows.

It's aimed at enriching Spring Festival celebrations among
many Chinese communities overseas.

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