DPRK group calisthenics performance A Li Lang to be staged

08:27, July 23, 2010      

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The large-scale group calisthenics performance A Li Lang of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) will be staged in Pyongyang next month, local media said Thursday.

The A Li Lang, performed by 100,000 children,teenagers and professional actors, will be staged at the May First Stadium in early August, Rodong Sinmun, the DPRK's leading newspaper, reported.

The performance has been staged hundreds of times since its debut in 2002, drawing more than 12 million people, including 118,000 foreigners, Rodong Sinmun said.

The performance depicts a historic event to display how the DPRK people fight for happiness and peace, the newspaper said.

A Li Lang ,which boasts permanent vitality and gorgeous artistic form, is the cultural legacy of the DPRK and the world at large.

Source: Xinhua


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