Sunday, August 2nd, 2009

Chinese Bodhisattva Dance – Guan Yin – Thousands of Hands

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Chinese Dance

China is a great Nation. Great People. Great Culture. Industrious civilization. Peace loving people (Exclude Shaolin Temple, Jackie Chan, Jet Li and Bruce Lee…LOL.). I have never been to China but would love to visit for atleast once in my life. China is one of the countries I really like. The bewitching performance of Thousand-hand Bodhisattva dance performed by 21 hearing impaired girls and boys from the China Disabled People’s Performing Art Troupe (CDPPAT) in Beijing caused a nationwide sensation… Following performance is highly soothing to nerves (strange but true), if you ask me. Watch it and you will feel peaceful and relaxed.

These are almost the same videos. I have embedded its more than one versions. Below you can download its HD mp4 version.

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Following picture somehow seems to be related to this kind of performance. [ Guan Yin ]

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Download above dance video in mp4 HD format (26mb)

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