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Cirque Peking is a spectacular show that features some of the world's finest acrobats, The National Acrobats of the People's Republic of China. The finest group of its kind in China and, indeed, much of the modern world, it has a tradition that goes back centuries and some say, even millennia. The acrobatic arts have been a part of Chinese civilization for a long time and the official troupe of republic is now set to perform one of its most loved shows in the US. From Beijing, the capital of China, these acrobats have left thousands speechless with their feats of what is often confused as magic. Their spectacular performances can be seen live after ordering Cirque Peking tickets.
Cirque Peking features stunts, tricks, motorcycles, Chinese poles and even unicycles. The National Acrobats of the People's Republic of China have created an act that makes them unique, magical even. Their magnificent display is as thrilling as it is exciting and truly a must see. During the upcoming months, the troupe will perform at venues such as the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center, as well as at other venues of its kind in the US. The Beijing–based group has already performed its signature acts in many places of the world. Their performances have been praised by the Centre Daily Times, who have called the show 'act after act stunned'. The newspaper goes on to describe the performers to be moving with 'impossible grace' a standing ovation from the audience members.
The Anchor praised the show by stating that it was 'filled with spectacular stunts' and the acts that were performed 'seemed to defy the human anatomy'. The Reviewer goes on to state that the acts made audience members 'question the laws of physics' while the acrobats 'laughed in the face of gravity'. The National Acrobats of the People's Republic of China and their shows are some of the most widely praised in the world. The director of the troupe is An Ning with Zhong Li as the associate director. Formed in 1951, this over half a century old group is one of the most famous acrobatic troupes in the world.
The troupe has refined and perfected its art form over generations of acrobats, developing such unique acts as Global Motorcycling, Russian Bars in Chinese Traditional Style, Kicking Bowls to Heads on High Unicycles, Chinese Poles in Shaolin Style, Aerial Bungee Tumblings, Aerial Tissue Flowers and Diving through Moving Hoops. These are acts that have become synonymous with quality acrobatics all over the world by both Chinese and international audiences. Since 1951, more than two hundred artists of the troupe have won silver and gold at international circus and acrobatic festivals. In 1972, for the first time, the National Acrobats visited the US after being invited by President Richard Nixon to the White House.
Seventy two performers of the troupe performed their act at the White House and then went on a tour of the US. As performing arts ambassadors, they were crucial in reestablishing diplomatic relations between China and the US, who at the time had no formal diplomatic relations. Forty years have passed since that monumental, history making occasion. So far, the acrobats have toured more than five hundred cities in seventy countries of the world.
In 2012 alone, five teams of the troupe travelled to Germany, Taiwan, Turkey and Singapore. By then, the company had not only grown so large that several tours took place at the same time but the acrobats had also gone on to produce some of the most magnificent performing arts productions. This includes successful shows such as Forest, Mirage, Confuscise, Miracle of Dragons, Sun Birds and Pirates! They have performed more than four thousand shows across Brazil, Germany, Israel, Mexico, Chile and Argentina. This year, the company brings about its latest production to North America, much to the joy of its American fans, who have already gotten hold of Cirque Peking tickets for this show.