—It gives young audiences the opportunity to experience Chinese culture as part of a really dynamic show. As well as incorporating cultural elements, it copies oriental theater by giving the audience something to reflect on - in this case, the importance of team work, cooperation, empathy and respect.
—It’s a multidisciplinary show that uses a repertory of examples of different arts from Chinese culture. On stage, the performers play instruments, perform martial arts routines, sing, dance and recreate some of the country’s religious traditions, without losing sight of the fact that its audience is made up of youngsters.
—It’s visually entertaining for children, with a large number of interactive scenes using lights and animation, as well as dance routines involving martial arts and live music.
—Physical theater: This is a kind of theater based on the body’s expressive and communicational abilities, in performances whose aim is to tell a story using corporality. Its roots are in Japanese nō theater, Italian commedia dell’arte, circus acts, certain types of Asian theater and mime. Its modern-day version is usually said to date from the first half of the twentieth century.
—Chinese opera: This could be described as a dark comedy or drama with lofty discourse and music, including dance, acrobatics, disguises and striking make-up and movements, the latter of which is the most emblematic of all.