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Suzhou Ballet Theatre’s ‘Reminiscing Jiangnan’ Live In Encore Melaka

KUALA LUMPUR: Yong Tai Group Bhd’s (YTG) Encore Melaka Theatre presented the Suzhou Ballet Theatre from China with a theme entitled Reminiscing Jiangnan—A Ballet Collection of Excellence.

The official performance of Reminiscing Jiangnan—A Ballet Collection of Excellence enthralled both the audience and VIPs.

This event, marking 50 years of diplomatic ties between Malaysia and China, features performances from April 12th to 14th.

Hosted at Encore Melaka, this event celebrates the cross-cultural bridge between Malaysia and China, supported by the Malaysia National Department for Culture and Arts, Han Culture Center Malaysia, Asia Television, and Asia Pacific Daily.

The event saw an illustrious gathering, including YTG executive director Datuk Beh Hang Kong, independent and non-executive directors Datuk Kenny Ng Bee Ken and Anthony, special adviser to chief minister of Melaka on investment and China affairs
Datuk Lim Ban Hong, Charge d’Affaires of Embassy of Republic of Guinea to Malaysia
Mr and Mrs Oumar Conde and many other dignitaries.

Fifty top ballet dancers from Suzhou Ballet brought to life the lush landscapes and deep emotions of China’s Jiangnan region through the performances.

Previously, the Suzhou Ballet has brought this distinctive performance to countries such as Spain and Algeria for performances and exchanges.

In addition, they also performed selected excerpts from the third act of the classical ballet Swan Lake, much to the delight and astonishment of the audience.

YTB chief executive officer and founder of Encore Melaka Datuk Wira Boo Kuang Loon highlighted the show’s global appeal and the theatre’s revival post-pandemic.

He spoke of the upgraded theatre facilities that elevate the viewing experience.

Located near the Straits of Melaka, Encore Melaka is the first in Southeast Asia to feature a 360-degree rotating auditorium equipped with audio and visual technology.

Boo sees this collaboration as a milestone in cultural diplomacy between Malaysia and China.

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