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Colorful China program to benefit Sichuan Earthquake Relief

Colorful China program to benefit Sichuan Earthquake Relief
Cleveland State University
Sponsored by the Confucius Institute
April 27, 2013

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Video of the Chinese National Anthem sung by Zhao Ying at the Colorful China program to benefit the Sichuan Earthquake Relief held at Cleveland State University and sponsored by the Confucius Institute at CSU.



Cleveland State University President Ronald Berkman welcomed the performers at the Colorful China program to benefit the Sichuan Earthquake Relief held at Cleveland State University and sponsored by the Confucius Institute at CSU. He said CSU is proud to host the Confucius Institute.



Next, Dr. Anthony Yen spoke at the Colorful China program to benefit the Sichuan Earthquake Relief.



The Cleveland Chinese Music Ensemble performed 'The Flowers are Beautiful, The Moon is Round" at the Colorful China program.



Next, the Cleveland Chinese Music Ensemble performed 'Flowers and Youngsters."



Students from South Central University for Nationalities in Hubei province's capital Wuhan performed Ethnic Dances of Colorful China at the Colorful China program to benefit the Sichuan Earthquake Relief.



More Ethnic Dances of Colorful China by students from South Central University for Nationalities in Hubei province's capital Wuhan.



Anorther dance by students from South Central University for Nationalities in Hubei province's capital Wuhan.

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Female soloist from South Central University for Nationalities in Hubei province's capital Wuhan performed a Chinese folk song.



Female soloist from South Central University for Nationalities in Hubei province's capital Wuhan sang the American classic folksong Oh Susanna at the Colorful China program to benefit the Sichuan Earthquake Relief.



Kazakh Dombra Solo from a student of the South Central University for Nationalities. The dombra is a long-necked, stringed instrument.



Fast-paced Kazakh Dombra Solo.



Tujia Nationality Dance "Maogusi Dance' performed by students of the South Central University for Nationalities.



An amazing performance where a costumed man suddenly and mysteriously changes the masks covering his face.



Chinese Martial Arts performed by a student of the South Central University for Nationalities








Chinese Uygur Dance "Come, Come" performed by students of the South Central University for Nationalities.



See Mongolian music from the event.

Tujia Ethnic Group 'Young Fellow and Miao Maiden' Dance performed by students of the South Central University for Nationalities.



Dai Ethnic Group Cucurbit Flute solo performed by student of the South Central University for Nationalities.



Zou Chan and Zacary Lynn performed Mother Goose (Ma Mere L'Oie) on piano at the Colorful China program.



Zou Chan and Zacary Lynn performed Frederic Chopin Prelude Op. 28 No. 1 on piano.



Tibetan Dance "Flouting Clouds" performed by students of the South Central University for Nationalities.



Members of the audience came on stage and joined in a dance at the conclusion of the Colorful China program to benefit the Sichuan Earthquake Relief held at Cleveland State University and sponsored by the Confucius Institute at CSU.



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