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CDFHC invites The KIROV to celebrate its 3'rd anniversary

      2004-11-07

Art and charity go hand in hand - 100 children from orphanages invited to a word-class show.

 
In celebration of its third anniversary, China Development Financial Holding Corporation (CDFHC) exclusively sponsored the Russian KIROV Ballet group's first ever classical ballet theatrical performance in Taiwan. CDFHC customers, together with 100 children from orphanages and students from a school for the hearing impaired were invited to watch the romantic show that was held on 7 November.
 
The world renowned KIROV Ballet and symphony has inspired a surge of interest in ballet during this, the group's first visit to Taiwan. CDFHC exclusively sponsored two performances by the group on 7 November, of which the afternoon show was open to children as young as three years old accompanied by their parents. Among the dance items, Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker, was performed.
 
In addition to sponsoring the fine arts, CDFHC also takes an active role in giving back to our society such as by inviting 100 underprivileged children to watch a world-class ballet free of charge. This was the first time that many of these children had set foot in the National theater and the show undoubtedly left an indelible impression on them.
 
The Nutcracker was Tchaikovsky's last ballet and is full of the joys of Christmas, the grandeur of fairy tale-like settings and splendid, exotic ambiance. It is widely believed that The Nutcracker is a theatrical ballet that suits all ages.
 
CDFHC has long been a sponsor of the arts. It has held big concerts such as the International Super Star Music Festival, Ma Yo Yo and Bach, The Journey to Appalachia, and 2001 Ma Yo Yo and The Silk Way Orchestra, amongst others.
 
CDFHC will continue to strive to create value for its consumers and shareholders as well as remain dedicated to charity and sponsorship of the arts in innovative ways. Providing more versatile and top-notch art performances, will enhance people's appreciation of the arts.

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