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Famous Chinese circus goes on tour in Vietnam
25/05/2012 | 11:54:43
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A circus from Yunnan province in China will go on tour in Vietnam , giving 23 performances across the country from May 26 to June 30.

The tour is part of a cooperation programme between the Vietnamese Circus Federation and the Kunming Circus Company in Yunnan . It is expected to promote cultural exchanges between the two countries and mark International Children’s Day on June 1 as well as the 2012 Month of Action for Children.

During the one month tour, the circus will enthrall Vietnamese audiences with their amazing and astounding show. Several Vietnamese artists will also take part in some of the performances.

First set up 56 years ago, the Yunnan Circus Company is well established and employs numerous trainers, musicians, choreographers and talented performers.

Tickets for the circus are available at www.dongdoshow.com or www.vietnamcircus.com.-VNA
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