China’s Xinjiang culture charms Pakistanis at cultural performance titled “Glamorous China, colorful Xinjiang”
Mesmerizing and dynamic performance by Chinese cultural troupe bedazzled the Pakistani audience with traditional dances, folk music and songs at the culture event held at Pakistan National Council of the Arts (PNCA) in Islamabad.
Titled “Glamorous China, colorful Xinjiang,” the artistically choreographed cultural performance was staged Chinese artists. Spread over 17 acts, each showcasing a different dance routine or music, the performance showcased the culture of through music and dances.
The spell bounding performance included Uygur dance and song, Tajik group dance, Kazakh song including performances by National Performing Art Group (NPAG), Lahore of PNCA with a collaborative dance performance by Pakistani and Chinese artists.
The performance had been held after a week-long joint workshop of Chinese and Pakistani artists where artists exchanged their experiences and collaborated earlier this week. Artists from NPAG presented two dance performances with Alghooza Player Akbar Khamisoo Khan breathtaking performance.
Chinese Ambassador to Pakistan, Mr. Sun Weidong, also graced the event. He said that the performance will offer a chance to Pakistani people to discover Xinjiang province and feel the diverse culture in China.
Officials from both Pakistan and China, foreign diplomats as well as local students, artists and people attended the event.
Director General, PNCA Jamal Shah stressed the need to focus on more comprehensive artistic and cultural interactions and exchange.
The performance was a cultural feast, and the artists conducted a top level show with one act blending effortlessly into the other presentation.
Photo courtesy: PNCA