THE visiting youth ambassadors from the Republic of China (ROC) Taiwan has performed a remarkable 90 minutes performance in front of more than 2,000 spectators at the Maranatha Hall, Tuesday.
This was during the launching of “ROC (Taiwan) Cultural Day Festival” which saw the youth group showcasing all aspects of modern ROC (Taiwan) — its people, language, writing, music, food and folk arts.
They opened the show entitled ‘Energetic New Taiwan’ with a spectacular exploration of Taiwan based on six main aspects.
Then comes the mind blowing stage performance of their country’s natural environment with support from animated audio-visual scenes at the stage backdrop that tells the authenticity of their acts.
The youths then showcased benevolence in their act displaying the cultural heritage of Taiwan.
The climax of their performance was when they have the audience involved in their acts as well as a special disco like dance treat which saw, DPM Douglas Ete and his minister for Culture and Tourism BodoDettke together with ROC Ambassador H.E. Victor Te-sun Yu all being part of the show.
Displayed as part of the one and half hour show was the sophistication of the Chinese cuisine which comprises of the dishes from throughout the Ethnic Chinese World together with their cultural creativity that showcases the authenticity of the Taiwan’s high-tech industry.
The energetic youths then warmed up the show with a compassionate conclusion that brings an end to the show that most of the audience described as ‘the best performance ever’ that the youth ambassadors of ROC (Taiwan) has displayed in the Solomon Islands.
At the opening of the festival day, students from most of the Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) Church in Honiara including a number of students from St Nicholas attended the show.
By RONALD TOITO’ONA