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Sep 2, 2015

Taiwanese International Youth Ambassador Performance Lights up Bliss

Tonight, starting at seven at the Bliss Center for the Performing Arts, a group of sixteen art students from Taiwan will take to the stage for the 2015 Taiwanese International Youth Ambassador Performance. The performers in Belize are part of a larger group of one hundred and sixty students that have been deployed to countries around the globe as ambassadors of the Taiwanese culture through the creative arts. The performances tonight will feature dance, music, song and drama. News Five spoke with two of the performers, who say that the creative art transcends language barriers.


Yiluen Wu, Performer

“The main focus, the main goal of this project is to let the world see Taiwan and also let the youth of Taiwan see the world. Taiwan is very small, it’s a tiny island next to China and so it is a very good opportunity for us to get out and see everything.”


Duane Moody

“It’s more about the cultural experience and the cultural exchange. Talk to us about some of the presentations that you guys will be doing for the event.”


Wei Han Chen

Wei Han Chen, Performer

“Like our performance tonight will have like singing and dance and instruments, playing of Chinese instruments and also the Chinese opera and also a little drama and all about Taiwan. So if you want to know more about Taiwan and the performance you really need to come.”


Yiluen Wu

“I think art transcends all languages basically. You can feel that passion in art without needing to communicate through words.”


Wei Han Chen

“And also we will have how to speak English to let everybody knows what we are doing with the performances. So I think everything will be okay.”

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Viewers please note: This Internet newscast is a verbatim transcript of our evening television newscast. Where speakers use Kriol, we attempt to faithfully reproduce the quotes using a standard spelling system.

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