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Wednesday, November 15, 2006

World-Class 2007 Chinese New Year Global Spectacular Tour Launches from Vancouver

MEDIA ADVISORY - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

PRESS CONFERENCE

Monday, November 20, 2006 at 10:30 a.m.
Vancouver Convention and Exhibition Center
Room 200 - 900 Canada Place

The behind-the-scenes people who have used their artistic talent to re-introduce to the world the true ancient cultural, traditional and spiritual heritage of China are travelling to Vancouver for this conference. Come and meet the key players who are here to introduce this spectacular event to our city.

Yu Zhou - Director of the Spectacular (New York)

Zhiping Chen - Artistic Program Advisor (Seattle)

Joe Wang, President of NTDTV Canada (Toronto)

Patrick Dong - Vancouver Director

A world-class production of performing artists of excellence, the Spectacular features outstanding vocalists and instrumentalists while showcasing grad stage designs, sceneries and costumes. Classical Chinese dance along with traditional dances of various ethnic styles help weave a talke that touches on the themes of love, compassion and virtue -- and the never-ending battle between good and evil. To usher in the Chinese Year of the Pig, the 2007 Spectacular will play in 26 cities across four continents, including 15 major cities in North America. In Canada, from Jan 3 to Jan 20, the show will play in Vancouver, Ottawa, Montreal, and Toronto.

Last year's production at New York's world-famous Radio City Music Hall ranked the top 7th show internationally on Billboard magazine's Boxscore in February 2006.

In Vancouver for the second year in a row, the Spectacular will play two shows at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre on January 3rd 2007, at 2 pm and 8 pm, featuring all new performances by world-class artists from New York. Don't miss this unique experience!

NTDTV is an independent, non-profit Chinese language TV network established by overseas Chinese. One of our missions is to foster mutual understanding between Chinese and Western societies and advance multiculturalism, peace and compassion. To watch programs 24/7, go to http://www.ntdtv.com

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