Ticket giveaway: Shen Yun

March 10, 2014
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In this IBJ marketing promotion, you can win a pair of tickets to see Shen Yun, the touring celebration of Chinese dance.

The company, complete with orchestra, comes to Clowes Hall April 18-20.

All you have to do is enter below and name your favorite thing about Chinese culture.

One winner will be chosen at random for a pair of tickets to the April 18 show.

  • Shen Yun, the touring celebration of Chinese dance
    Comments for Contest: Chinese culture is very interesting, intriguing, and diverse.
  • Shen Yun
    I love the way they dance it's just so beautiful they have a elegance about them it be a big treat to see them in person.
  • Shen Yun - 2014
    My favorite thing about Chinese culture is their dedication to family and education.
  • Chinese Culture
    Chinese artwork and architecture is simply beautiful!
  • Shen Yun
    fortune cookies
  • Chinese Culture
    Commitment to preserving traditional arts
  • Color!
    I love the vibrant colors of Chinese culture!
  • Chinese
    Egg rolls!
  • Chinese Culture
    rice and chopsticks!
  • Chinese Culture
    The Pug!
  • Chinese Culture
    My favorite thing about Chinese culture is that it encompasses thousands of years of history!
  • Shen Yun
    Jung gwo fan hen hau chr!
  • Chinese Culture
    The Food.
  • love
    love of the elderly relatives is so admirable
  • Favorite thing
    The food! Yum!
  • Food
    Where to start...egg rolls, fried rice, soups.
  • winner winner chicken dinner
    egg rolls
  • Shen Yun
    Chinese Culture. I find it interesting how they can mix, art, dance, martial arts, and health benefits, into things like Tai Chi. Beautifully diverse culture!
  • Shen Yun
    Dim sum!
  • Shen Yun
    My favorite thing about the chinese culture is the grace, beauty, and honor that they show in everything that they do. This will be the first time that I will attending the Shen Yun. I will be with my daughter and a friend. I want to experience this amazing. colorful, highly talent celebration of Chinese dance.
    • Shen Yun
      Their love of life and happiness.
    • Shen Yun
      Absolutely the cuisine!
    • Favorite Thing about Chinese Culture
      The connection to spirit of the Chinese culture.
    • Chinese
    • Favorite
      The food!
    • Dining
      I love the family style dining in China. A giant lazy susan in the middle of the table and food for everyone to share!
    • Chinese culture
      Their grace in all that they do!
    • Family Values
      Family values and emphasis on education.
    • Temples
      Food, art, and architecture.
    • The Pug
      Yes, the Chinese Pug is my favorite thing from the culture.
    • Fave thing
      Love the friendliness of the people and the eagerness of the children to "practice" their English with tourists :)
    • Chinese
      Crab Ragoons
    • Why I need to be there
      All the beauty, artistry and culture without any if the pollution or smog.
    • Pagentry
      Their beautiful colors and pageantry.
    • Chinese Culture
      So much is wonderful - their art, history, family, traditions and food!
    • Chinese culture
      terracotta warriors
    • Family first
      I appreciate the Chinese commitment to family.
    • Shen Yun
      A brilliant civilization--and the fact that they let me adopt my daughter!
    • Shen Yun
      The brilliant culture--and the fact that they let me adopt my daughter!
    • Shen Yun 2014
      I appreciate a lot of the aspects of Chinese culture, such as their dedication to education and to preserve their heritage. I would love to see this performance, as I have a great admiration for all dance, and they have such gracefulness in their dancing. I also love their colorful costumes.
    • Tradition
      My favorite thing about the Chinese culture is the importance of tradition. We have tradition in Western culture too, but the Chinese culture has developed beautiful, elegant illustrations of their culture that have been valued and passed down through generations for thousands of years. The Chinese culture is timeless - what was beautiful and respected 3,000 years ago is still beautiful and respected today.

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