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    "Dynamic, Colorful, Harmonious" -Shen Yun in Washington, D.C

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    For the last few years, New York-based Shen Yun Performing Arts have held shows twice a year at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. Many of America's most influential people have now seen the show and enjoyed learning more about traditional Chinese culture and history.

    ANCHOR AFTER STORY:
    Shen Yun continues its run at the Kennedy Center through Sunday.

    The world's premier Chinese classical dance company, Shen Yun Performing Arts started a seven show run in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday night, with a special invitation-only VIP show. Audience members at the Kennedy Center Opera House shared their thoughts on the show.

    [Jorge Ribas, President & CEO, Mid-Atlantic Hispanic Chamber of Commerce]:
    "It portrays the history of China in a cultural way, with beautiful dresses, beautiful music, and great performers."

    [Annie Totah, Philanthropist]:
    "It's a beautiful program. Very interesting, dynamic, colorful, harmonious. And it's an exceptional way for us to enjoy Chinese culture. And if it weren't for Shen Yun we wouldn't know what Chinese culture is."

    [Robert W. Kasten, Former U.S. Congressman]:
    "Young Chinese Americans that are carrying on the traditions that go back hundreds, thousands of years, in terms of the dances and the moves and the various dances. But it's very exciting and I'm very happy to be here."

    Many audience members had seen the show before.

    [Annie Totah, Philanthropist]:
    "Tonight is my third time."

    [Jody Westby, Internet Security Company President]:
    "I've seen Shen Yun four times."

    [Tandy Dickerson, Arts Consultant]:
    "This is my third and I love every moment of it, the messages were so true and heartfelt and we were all stunned by the performance, the message and Shen Yun."

    Charles Hoke, a former U.S. diplomat, had a message for the performers.

    NTD News, Washington, D.C.