American Airlines Lion Dance LAX 2017

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It was a pleasant surprise for all of the guests at the American Airlines terminal recently.  As a special commemoration, American Airlines treated everyone at the Lax Los Angeles International Airport with a Lion Dance Performance. People quickly started recording on their telephones capturing photographs and videos from every angle.  The performance was a very last minute assembly to commemorate a special occasion.  Please take a look at some of the videos and photographs attached to this blog.

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American Airlines Lion Dance Performance

Lion dance (simplified Chinese: 舞狮; traditional Chinese: 舞獅; pinyin: wǔshī) is a form of traditional dance in Chinese culture and other Asian countries in which performers mimic a lion’s movements in a lion costume. The lion dance is usually performed during the Chinese New Year and other Chinese traditional, cultural and religious festivals. It may also be performed at important occasions such as business opening events, special celebrations or wedding ceremonies, or may be used to honor special guests by the Chinese communities.

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The Chinese lion dance is sometimes mistakenly referred to as dragon dance. An easy way to tell the difference is that a lion is normally operated by two dancers, while a dragon needs many people. Also, in a lion dance, the performers’ faces are only seen occasionally, since they are inside the lion. In a dragon dance, the performers’ faces can be easily seen since the dragon is held on poles. Chinese lion dance fundamental movements can be found in most Chinese martial arts.

There are two main forms of the Chinese lion dance, the Northern Lion and the Southern Lion. Both forms are commonly found in China, but around the world especially in South East Asia, the Southern Lion predominates as it was spread by the Chinese diaspora communities who are historically mostly of Southern Chinese origin. Versions of the lion dance are also found in Japan, Korea, Tibet and Vietnam. Another form of lion dance exists in Indonesian culture, but it may be of a different tradition and can be referred to as Singa Barong.

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There has been an old tradition in China of dancers wearing masks to resemble animals or mythical beasts since antiquity, and performances described in ancient texts such as Shujing where wild beasts and phoenix danced may have been masked dances. In Qin Dynasty sources, dancers performing exorcism rituals were described as wearing bearskin mask, and it was also mentioned in Han Dynasty texts that “mime people” (象人) performed as fish, dragons, and phoenixes. However, lion is not native to China, and the Lion Dance therefore has been suggested to have originated outside of China from countries such as India or Persia, and introduced via Central Asia. According to ethnomusicologist Laurence Picken, the Chinese word for lion itself, shi (獅, written as 師 in the early periods), may have been derived from the Persian word šer. The earliest use of the word shizi meaning lion first appeared in Han Dynasty texts and had strong association with Central Asia (an even earlier but obsolete term for lion was suanni (狻麑 or 狻猊)), and lions were presented to the Han court by emissaries from Central Asia and the Parthian Empire. Detailed descriptions of Lion Dance appeared during the Tang Dynasty and it was already recognized by writers and poets then as a foreign dance, however, Lion dance may have been recorded in China as early as the third century AD where “lion acts” were referred to by a Three Kingdoms scholar Meng Kang (孟康) in a commentary on Hanshu. In the early periods it had association with Buddhism: it was recorded in a Northern Wei text, Description of Buddhist Temples in Luoyang (洛陽伽藍記), that a parade for a statue of Buddha of a temple was led by a lion to drive away evil spirits.

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American Airlines Chinese New Year Celebration Lion Dance Performance LAX

Dragon Dance Team for Film & Television Bookings Info

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Director Mark Staubach on set of the Karma Music Video with the Wushu Shaolin Entertainment Dragon Dance Team.

The Wushu Shaolin Entertainment Dragon Dance Team is renowned, being featured on numerous commercials, television programs, and print add media.   The Dragon Dance team was recently involved in the Karma Music Video Shoot, directed by Mark Staubach, a noteworthy film maker whose credits include amazing artists and actors such as Travie McCoy, Bruno Mars, Pete Wentz, Lupe Clasco, Simple Plan, Caleb Johnson, Nikki Reed, Nate – Alex Wolff, and Debbie Ryan.   Mark first started his career in entertainment as an actor, and is known for his brief appearance in Steven Spielberg’s “Artificial Intelligence:.  Since then he has been responsible for overseeing over one hundred and fifty productions before transitioning into a director.

Dragon Dance produced by Wushu Shaolin Entertainment for Film and Television.

Mark Staubach posing with the Wushu Shaolin Entertainment Dragon Dance Team on set of the new music video entitled Karma by Julian Perretta.

 

It was a pleasure working on the new Julian Perretta Music Video for the song entitled Karma, shot in Chinatown’s Central Plaza near downtown Los Angeles, California.  The video is a very compelling work of art incorporating the historic Chinatown Central Plaza that serves as a source of cultural pride for both international tourists, China, and America alike. This unique place has a long history that mystifies, inspires, and educates humanity in a ever so beautiful way.

Julian Remo Perretta was born on January 13th of 1989 in England. He is best known for his songs “Miracle” and “Wonder Why”.  Perretta was born in London to an Italian father and an Irish mother. He released a single from his second album Karma on November 13th of 2015 entitled Miracle and the song became his biggest solo hit to date, selling over 1.2 million copies and reaching number one in 14 countries.

Wushu Shaolin Entertainment offers the leading Dragon Dance artisans in the industry.

Wushu Shaolin Entertainment offers the leading Chinese Cultural Dragon Dance services in the industry. Our premiere Dragon Dance Team has been featured on film, television, and stage. Here is an exceptional montage featuring our recent work with Villas Entertainment on behalf of Julian Perretta for the new Karma Music Video. Many thanks to the beautiful photographs captured by Katya Tsyganova  .

 

Chinatown is a neighborhood in Downtown Los Angeles, California that became a commercial center for Chinese and other Asian businesses in Central Los Angeles in 1938. The area includes restaurants, shops and art galleries but also has a residential neighborhood with a low-income, aging population of about 10,000 residents.

The original Chinatown developed in the late 19th century, but it was demolished to make room for Union Station, the city’s major ground-transportation center.[1][2] A separate commercial center, known as “New Chinatown,” opened for business in 1938.

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Legend of the Dragon Live Showcase featuring the Legendary Monkey King Poster Campaign on behalf of Wushu Shaolin Entertainment.


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Wushu Shaolin Entertainment is world renowned for producing International Chinese Cultural showcases featuring the most creative cultural artisans in the industry. The team has performed in Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Dubai, and throughout the United States for countless distinguished guests. Each show takes months of preparation combining music, dance, Wushu, Shaolin Kung Fu, and elaborate Chinese Cultural Costumes.

The live show production company offers professional Lion Dance, Dragon Dance, and Wushu Shaolin Kung Fu performances. Each show features the leading Chinese Cultural Artisans in the industry to provide clients with the most professional demonstration troupe in the world. Current performers include Shaolin Temple Kung Fu Monks, Black Belt Martial Artist, and industry standard Lion and Dragon Dance performers.

 

Dragon Dance International Live Show bookings 

Wushu Shaolin Entertainment is revered for producing the most professional Chinese cultural live showcases.  One of the most revered productions features our very unique Chinese Dragon Dance costume which was recently featured for the Walt Disney Los Angeles Philharmonic Music Center.  

In addition to the Chinese Dragon Dance Costume, we have a wide selection of unique Lion Dance costumes that meet the highest standards in exellence.  

Legend of the Dragon is one of our finest attractions, blending chinese artistry with rich cinematic music and production elements. To book a show today please visit us online. 

Wushu Shaolin Entertainment 2017

We are already receiving bookings for 2017.  If anyone is interested in booking a lion dance , dragon dance , wushu , Kung fu , or shaolin monk performance,  please be sure to contact us as early as possible.  Dates will fill up quickly. 

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Wushu Shaolin Entertainment is proud to present the Chinese cultural evening showcase at the Ramona Bowl Amphitheater on behalf of the Bank of Hemet who sponsored the event. The presentation was a unique cultural experience featuring Chinese Martial Arts. For many in attendance, it was an eye opening experience set in the beautiful scenic sunset of the San Jacinto Valley in Riverside County, California. The city is best known for being home of the fictional character Ramona, which is the title of an 1884 American best selling novel written by Helen Hunt Jackson.

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The Chinese Female Ribbon Dance and Fan Dance are a crowd favorite. These presentations have been performed in China for thousands of years.

In China classical dance has a long history of thousands of years within the imperial palace and ancient theater and opera venues. After millennia, these dancing arts have developed profound wisdom featuring unique movements, rhythms, and value. Each dynasty would propel Dance forward with traditional aesthetic principles leading to the dawn of a new era.

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The Chinese Female Fan Dance is a beautiful experience for everyone. For centuries the traditional Fan dance has been a source of pride for the Chinese people.

Classical dance practices can trace as far back as 5,000 years and is rich with expressive powers. Dancers bring out the inner meaning of intrinsic thoughts and feelings, reflecting the peculiarities of human nature, morals, value, and religious divinity. The art is a big part of Chinese Culture and all of humanity as a whole. It was left to all of us by the ancients who came before. Its profound value and beauty can be shared by all of humanity.

Chinese culture is subdivided into many ethnic traditions that are represented by a vast assortment of traditions. From indigenous folk dances to distinct ribbon, fan, umbrella, and flag dancing, Chinese Ethnic identity is still being passed down through dance and art. Each performance provides a rare insight into ancient Chinese customs, culture, and even religious traditions. These instances of traditional Chinese Life are embedded into the dance itself and are inspiring.

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Wushu Shaolin Entertainment is known for producing some of the most beautiful Chinese Female Dance presentations in the industry. Please book our team today.


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Wushu Shaolin Entertainment is world renowned for producing International Chinese Cultural showcases featuring the most creative cultural artisans in the industry. The team has performed in Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Dubai, and throughout the United States for countless distinguished guests. Each show takes months of preparation combining music, dance, Wushu, Shaolin Kung Fu, and elaborate Chinese Cultural Costumes.

The live show production company offers professional Lion Dance, Dragon Dance, and Wushu Shaolin Kung Fu performances. Each show features the leading Chinese Cultural Artisans in the industry to provide clients with the most professional demonstration troupe in the world. Current performers include Shaolin Temple Kung Fu Monks, Black Belt Martial Artist, and industry standard Lion and Dragon Dance performers.

Chinese Cultural Live Showcase by Wushu Shaolin Entertainment

For international clients interested in booking a Shaolin Warriors Live Showcase, Lion Dance, or Dragon Dance performance, please contact Wushu Shaolin Entertainment today.

Taiji – Kung Fu – Wushu – Shaolin Warriors – Bookings Services

Taiji (simplified Chinese: 太极; traditional Chinese: 太極; pinyin: tàijí; literally: “great pole”) is a Chinese cosmological term for the “Supreme Ultimate” state of undifferentiated absolute and infinite potential, the oneness before duality, from which Yin and Yang originate, contrasted with the Wuji (無極, “Without Ultimate”).

The term Taiji and its other spelling T’ai chi (using Wade–Giles as opposed to Pinyin) are most commonly used in the West to refer to Taijiquan (or T’ai chi ch’uan, 太極拳), an internal martial art, Chinese meditation system and health practice. This article, however, refers only to the use of the term in Chinese philosophy and Taoist spirituality.

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Taiji is the supreme martial art given to us from Ancient Chinese Practitioners who paved the way for health, joy, and profound wisdom. Practicing Taiji Quan is a very spiritual process and one that helps to build solidarity inside and out.

The word 太極 comes from I Ching: “易有太極,是生兩儀,兩儀生四象,四象生八卦,八卦定吉凶,吉凶生大業。”

Taiji (太極) is a compound of tai “great; grand; supreme; extreme; very; too” (a superlative variant of da “big; large; great; very”) and ji “pole; roof ridge; highest/utmost point; extreme; earth’s pole; reach the end; attain; exhaust”. In analogy with the figurative meanings of English pole, Chinese ji 極 “ridgepole” can mean “geographical pole; direction” (e.g., siji 四極 “four corners of the earth; world’s end”), “magnetic pole” (Beiji 北極 “North Pole” or yinji 陰極 “negative pole; cathode”), or “celestial pole” (baji 八極 “farthest points of the universe; remotest place”). Combining the two words, 太極 means “the source, the beginning of the world”.

Common English translations of the cosmological Taiji are the “Supreme Ultimate” (Le Blanc 1985, Zhang and Ryden 2002) or “Great Ultimate” (Chen 1989, Robinet 2008); but other versions are the “Supreme Pole” (Needham and Ronan 1978), “Great Absolute”, or “Supreme Polarity” (Adler 1999).

Shifu Sal Redner is a leader in Chinese Martial Arts, helping to produce live presentations that inspire and educate the world about the benefits of arts like Shaolin Kung Fu and Taiji Quan.

Shifu Sal Redner is a leader in Chinese Martial Arts, helping to produce live presentations that inspire and educate the world about the benefits of arts like Shaolin Kung Fu and Taiji Quan.

 

Taiji is understood to be the highest conceivable principle, that from which existence flows. This is very similar to the Daoist idea “reversal is the movement of the Dao”. The “supreme ultimate” creates yang and yin: movement generates yang; when its activity reaches its limit, it becomes tranquil. Through tranquility the supreme ultimate generates yin. When tranquility has reached its limit, there is a return to movement. Movement and tranquility, in alternation, become each the source of the other. The distinction between the yin and yang is determined and the two forms (that is, the yin and yang) stand revealed. By the transformations of the yang and the union of the yin, the 5 elements (Qi) of water, fire, wood, metal and earth are produced. These 5 Qi become diffused, which creates harmony. Once there is harmony the 4 seasons can occur. Yin and yang produced all things, and these in their turn produce and reproduce, this makes these processes never ending. (Wu, 1986) Taiji underlies the practical Taijiquan (T’ai Chi Ch’uan) – A Chinese internal martial art based on the principles of Yin and Yang and Taoist philosophy, and devoted to internal energetic and physical training. Taijiquan is represented by five family styles: Chen, Sun, Yang, Wu(Hao), and Wu (NQA {Meeting}). There are also many other and/or more modernized styles

This photograph features Shifu Sal Redner delivering a riveting performance at the Ramona Bowl Theater. For more information regarding our live presentations, please feel free to contact us below.

This photograph features Shifu Sal Redner delivering a riveting performance at the Ramona Bowl Theater. For more information regarding our live presentations, please feel free to contact us below.

Taiji references are found in Chinese classic texts associated with many schools of Chinese philosophy.

Zhang and Ryden explain the ontological necessity of Taiji.

Any philosophy that asserts two elements such as the yin-yang of Chinese philosophy will also look for a term to reconcile the two, to ensure that both belong to the same sphere of discourse. The term ‘supreme ultimate’ performs this role in the philosophy of the Book of Changes. In the Song dynasty it became a metaphysical term on a par with the Way. (2002:179)

Zhuangzi[edit]

The Daoist classic Zhuangzi introduced the Taiji concept. One of the (ca. 3rd century BCE) “Inner Chapters” contrasts Taiji 太極 “great ultimate” (tr. “zenith“) and Liuji 六極 “six ultimates; six cardinal directions” (tr. “nadir“).

The Way has attributes and evidence, but it has no action and no form. It may be transmitted but cannot be received. It may be apprehended but cannot be seen. From the root, from the stock, before there was heaven or earth, for all eternity truly has it existed. It inspirits demons and gods, gives birth to heaven and earth. It lies above the zenith but is not high; it lies beneath the nadir but is not deep. It is prior to heaven and earth, but is not ancient; it is senior to high antiquity, but it is not old. (tr. Mair 1994:55)

Huainanzi[edit]

The (2nd century BCE) Huainanzi mentions a Daoist Zhenren “true person; perfected person” and the Taiji “Supreme Ultimate” that transcends categories like yin and yang, exemplified with the yinyang fusui and fangzhu mirrors.

The fu-sui 夫煫 (burning mirror) gathers fire energy from the sun; the fang-chu 方諸 (moon mirror) gathers dew from the moon. What are [contained] between Heaven and Earth, even an expert calculator cannot compute their number. Thus, though the hand can handle and examine extremely small things, it cannot lay hold of the brightness [of the sun and moon]. Were it within the grasp of one’s hand (within one’s power) to gather [things within] one category from the Supreme Ultimate (t’ai-chi 太極) above, one could immediately produce both fire and water. This is because Yin and Yang share a common ch’i and move each other. (tr. Le Blanc 1985:120-1)

I Ching[edit]

Taiji also appears in the Xìcí 繫辭 “Appended Judgments” commentary to the I Ching, a late section traditionally attributed to Confucius but more likely dating to about the 3rd century B.C.E.[1]

Therefore there is in the Changes the Great Primal Beginning. This generates the two primary forces. The two primary forces generate the four images. The four images generate the eight trigrams. The eight trigrams determine good fortune and misfortune. Good fortune and misfortune create the great field of action. (tr. Wilhelm and Baynes 1967:318-9)

This two-squared generative sequence includes TaijiYin and Yang (two polarities) → Sixiang (Four Symbols) → Bagua (eight trigrams).

Richard Wilhelm and Cary F. Baynes explain.

The fundamental postulate is the “great primal beginning” of all that exists, t’ai chi – in its original meaning, the “ridgepole”. Later Indian philosophers devoted much thought to this idea of a primal beginning. A still earlier beginning, wu chi, was represented by the symbol of a circle. Under this conception, t’ai chi was represented by the circle divided into the light and the dark, yang and yin, Yin yang.svg. This symbol has also played a significant part in India and Europe. However, speculations of a Gnostic-dualistic character are foreign to the original thought of the I Ching; what it posits is simply the ridgepole, the line. With this line, which in itself represents oneness, duality comes into the world, for the line at the same time posits an above and a below, a right and left, front and back – in a word, the world of the opposites. (1967:lv)

Taijitu shuo – Zhou’s Taijitudiagram

The Song Dynasty philosopher Zhou Dunyi (1017-1073 CE) wrote the Taijitu shuo 太極圖說 “Explanation of the Diagram of the Supreme Ultimate”, which became the cornerstone of Neo-Confucianist cosmology. His brief text synthesized aspects of Chinese Buddhism and Daoism with metaphysical discussions in the I ching.

Zhou’s key terms Wuji and Taiji appear in the opening line 無極而太極, which Adler notes could also be translated “The Supreme Polarity that is Non-Polar!”.

Non-polar (wuji) and yet Supreme Polarity (taiji)! The Supreme Polarity in activity generates yang; yet at the limit of activity it is still. In stillness it generates yin; yet at the limit of stillness it is also active. Activity and stillness alternate; each is the basis of the other. In distinguishing yin and yang, the Two Modes are thereby established. The alternation and combination of yang and yin generate water, fire, wood, metal, and earth. With these five [phases of] qi harmoniously arranged, the Four Seasons proceed through them. The Five Phases are simply yin and yang; yin and yang are simply the Supreme Polarity; the Supreme Polarity is fundamentally Non-polar. [Yet] in the generation of the Five Phases, each one has its nature. (tr. Adler 1999:673-4)

Instead of usual Taiji translations “Supreme Ultimate” or “Supreme Pole”, Adler uses “Supreme Polarity” (see Robinet 1990) because Zhu Xi describes it as the alternating principle of yin andyang, and …

insists that taiji is not a thing (hence “Supreme Pole” will not do). Thus, for both Zhou and Zhu, taiji is the yin-yang principle of bipolarity, which is the most fundamental ordering principle, the cosmic “first principle.” Wuji as “non-polar” follows from this.

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Chinese Cultural Live Showcase 2016

Chinese Cultural Live Showcase West Hollywood School from Wushu Shaolin on Vimeo.

The Center for Early Education was founded in 1939 by a group of parents, most of who were professional psychoanalysts. These Founders were passionate about respecting the inner world of each child. They sought to develop an early childhood education, based on each child’s natural pace, as well as on the recognized developing stages through which each individual passes to maturity.

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Wushu Warriors – Live Presentation 

At a time when preschool education was in its infancy, these brilliant American founders and pioneers of whom dedicated to the needs of young children established such a profound center for learning. It brings us no greater joy than to present the Chinese New Year Live Showcase as performed at the center for Early Education. 

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A riveting martial arts spectacle.

 

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Each show features the leading Chinese Cultural Artisans in the industry.

The live show production company offers professional Lion Dance, Dragon Dance, and Wushu Shaolin Kung Fu performances. Each show features the leading Chinese Cultural Artisans in the industry to provide clients with the most professional demonstration troupe in the world. Current performers include Shaolin Temple Kung Fu Monks, Black Belt Martial Artist, and industry standard Lion and Dragon Dance performers.

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Chinese New Year Live Showcase

 

Lion Dance Tips – Bookings & Services

Traditionally the Chinese Lion Dance was revered for promoting good luck and prosperity for everyone. The presentation is a unique experience featuring traditional cultural artistry. There is nothing more compelling than inspiring humanity to develop the courage of a lion and accomplish great success in life. For countless generations the Lion Dance has served as a symbol of courage and hope for the people of China.

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The Chinese Lion Dance is revered for bringing good luck and prosperity to all.

There is nothing more compelling than inspiring humanity to develop the courage of a lion and accomplish great success in life. For countless generations the Lion Dance has served as a symbol of courage and hope for all. Wushu Shaolin Entertainment is proud to continue passing down the traditions handed down for so many generations.

 

Lion Dance West Hollywood Bookings

 

In China classical dance has a long history of thousands of years within the imperial palace and ancient theater and opera venues. After millennia, these dancing arts have developed profound wisdom featuring unique movements, rhythms, and value. Each dynasty would propel Dance forward with traditional aesthetic principles leading to the dawn of a new era. Classical dance practices can trace as far back as 5,000 years and is rich with expressive powers. Dancers bring out the inner meaning of intrinsic thoughts and feelings, reflecting the peculiarities of human nature, morals, value, and religious divinity. The art is a big part of Chinese Culture and all of humanity as a whole. It was left to all of us by the ancients who came before. Its profound value and beauty can be shared by all of humanity.

 

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Wushu Shaolin Entertainment is world renowned for producing International Chinese Cultural showcases featuring the most creative cultural artisans in the industry. The team has performed in Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Dubai, and throughout the United States for countless distinguished guests. Each show takes months of preparation combining music, dance, Wushu, Shaolin Kung Fu, and elaborate Chinese Cultural Costumes.

Chinese Female Ribbon Dance – Bookings & Services Los Angeles


Classical dance practices can trace as far back as 5,000 years and is rich with expressive powers. Dancers bring out the inner meaning of intrinsic thoughts and feelings, reflecting the peculiarities of human nature, morals, value, and religious divinity. The art is a big part of Chinese Culture and all of humanity as a whole. It was left to all of us by the ancients who came before. Its profound value and beauty can be shared by all of humanity.

 

Chinese Ribbon Dance Bookings Los Angeles

The Chinese Ribbon Dance is a beautiful presentation featuring traditional artistry.

Chinese culture is subdivided into many ethnic traditions that are represented by a vast assortment of traditions. From indigenous folk dances to distinct ribbon, fan, umbrella, and flag dancing, Chinese Ethnic identity is still being passed down through dance and art. Each performance provides a rare insight into ancient Chinese customs, culture, and even religious traditions. These instances of traditional Chinese Life are embedded into the dance itself and are inspiring.

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Wushu Shaolin Entertainment is world renowned for producing International Chinese Cultural showcases featuring the most creative cultural artisans in the industry. The team has performed in Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Dubai, and throughout the United States for countless distinguished guests. Each show takes months of preparation combining music, dance, Wushu, Shaolin Kung Fu, and elaborate Chinese Cultural Costumes.

Chinese Female Dancers – Bookings Services

In China classical dance has a long history of thousands of years within the imperial palace and ancient theater and opera venues. After millennia, these dancing arts have developed profound wisdom featuring unique movements, rhythms, and value. Each dynasty would propel Dance forward with traditional aesthetic principles leading to the dawn of a new era.

 

Wushu Shaolin Entertainment offers exquisite Chinese Female Ribbon and Flag Dance performances.

Wushu Shaolin Entertainment offers exquisite Chinese Female Ribbon and Flag Dance performances.

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Wushu Shaolin Entertainment is world renowned for producing International Chinese Cultural showcases featuring the most creative cultural artisans in the industry. The team has performed in Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Dubai, and throughout the United States for countless distinguished guests. Each show takes months of preparation combining music, dance, Wushu, Shaolin Kung Fu, and elaborate Chinese Cultural Costumes.

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