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Japanese & French acts light up Hue Festival
08 Jun 2010
 
French and Japanese performers had a huge impact at the opening ceremony of the Hue Festival 2010, which left a deep impression on the audience.

The French artists took part in five different kinds of events including exhibitions, installation art, street acts, music and drama.

French installation artist Denis Tricot had his piece on display in Dien Tho Palace, around Tinh Tam Lake and the tomb of King Tu Duc.

Les Traine-Savetes music programme brought a new face to this year’s festival with outdoor performances.

Meanwhile, Japanese dancers in colourful clothes performed delightful traditional dances from the Okinawa region that portrayed paradise and praying for the good of humankind.

Mime artist Iimuro Naoki also amused the audience with his hilarious and alluring act, the most notable of which was “Escape”, where he acted out a meaningful story about life.
 
 

 
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