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Celebrations in Selwyn Park, Mission Bay Saturday


Celebrating World FALUN DAFA Days 13th Anniversary.
May 14th, 11am Start, Selwyn Park Mission Bay Auckland.

Truthfulness, Benevolence & Forbearance

Programme Itinerary

Opening Intro with Tahu and Yan
Waist Drum Performance.
Chinese Song “Coming for you”.
Dance by New Universe dancers.
Acoustic performance by Tahu.
Classical Chinese guitar “The Pipa” by Carol.
Singing by Wang Meiling.
Kid’s dance.
Lotus Dance by New Universe dancers.
Violin “Falun Dafa Hao” by Erin.
Singing by Lady Huo.
Dance “Spectacular scenes in then skys”.
Chinese singing.
Acoustic performance by Chris.
Dance “Missing my home town”.
Chinese lady singing.
Group exercise practice.


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