Grand Stage Show The Legend of Tai Chi Kung Fu Enters Central Asia—Martial Arts Troupe of Beijing Sport University (BSU) Tours Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan

[Source]    Beijing Sport University [Time]    2019-04-30 08:58:30 
 

From April 10th to 20th, with the strong support of the Confucius Institute Headquarters, the Martial Arts Troupe of Beijing Sport University (BSU) brought its grand stage show The Legend of Tai Chi Kung Fu to Central Asia for the first time on its tour to five Confucius Institutes in five cities in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, which became a hit in both countries.

The Legend of Tai Chi Kung Fu tells about a Kung Fu enthusiast pursuing his Kung Fu dream. The protagonist, knowing little about Kung Fu at the beginning, determines to learn Kung Fu from his masters and never gives up his dream despite all the difficulties. By cultivating the inner self while practicing Kung Fu, he keeps gaining insights into the truth of life and eventually becomes a Tai Chi master who keeps carrying forward Tai Chi Kung Fu.


Group photo at the show

In Kazakhstan, the BSU Martial Arts Troupe performed wonderful stage shows of Tai Chi Kung Fu in Almaty, Aktobe and Nur-Sultan successively, making its debut at the auditorium of the Al-Farabi Kazakh National University (Al-Farabi KazNU). The second show at the Aktobe Regional State University named after K.Zhubanov (K.Zhubanov ARSU) attracted an audience of more than 750 people including middle school and college students and local residents.


The show

In Nur-Sultan, the capital of Kazakhstan, the troupe won warm applause at the theater of the L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University (ENU). B. Zh. Somzhurek, Vice Rector of ENU, Zhang Xiao, Chinese Ambassador to Kazakhstan, and his wife Li Jun attended and watched the show upon invitation.

In his speech, Zhang Xiao said that Chinese Martial Arts represented by Tai Chi Kung Fu is a gem in the treasure house of Chinese civilization. The visit of BSU delegation to Kazakhstan revealed our hope to present a real China and Chinese culture to more people in Kazakhstan and attract more young people to engage in China-Kazakhstan friendly causes.

In Uzbekistan, the BSU Martial Arts Troupe gave performances in Tashkent, the capital of the country, and Samarkand, the ancient city in the civilization of Central Asia successively, attracting great attention from local media.


The show

During the tour, members of the Troupe also visited the Confucius Institute at K. Zhubanov ARSU, the Confucius Institute at Tashkent State Institute of Oriental Studies and the Confucius Institute at Samarkand State Institute of Foreign Languages, and conducted friendly communication with the teachers and students at these Confucius Institutes.


The symposium

The Martial Arts show given by the BSU Martial Arts Troupe to the people in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan not only built a bridge for China-Kazakhstan and China-Uzbekistan friendships, but also enabled local teachers, students and people to appreciate the charm of Tai Chi culture. The tour is of great significance to promoting Chinese Martial Arts culture in Central Asia and the world.

 
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