BY LORETTA BRIGIDIA MANELE
THE People with Disabilities Solomon Islands (PWDSI) organization were treated to an array of performances by visiting members of the Taiwan Acrobatic Troupe from National Taiwan College of Performing Arts at the National Museum’s auditorium yesterday.
In his remarks, Second Secretary to the Taiwan Embassy in Solomon Islands, David Chia-wi Li said the performers are here to show a number of tricks that they have practised and mastered for many years.
He told them that if they have same attitude, same will power and same physical strength that the acrobatic team possess they can achieve their goals.
Li added that after watching the performances they hope they will be inspired to work hard and achieve their aspirations.
“We hope that this will not just be a performance to enjoy but a lesson to learn from,” he said.
Meanwhile, Wang, Hsueh-Yen, team leader and Director Secretary of National Taiwan College of Performing Arts says there are very happy to come to the Solomon Islands.
He also stated that it is very beautiful here especially the site of the dark blue complexed ocean they enjoyed seeing.
On top of that, Hsueh-Yen says Solomon Islands is a country with diverse cultures that is evident and still preserved.
He mentioned that they hope to return to the country for another visit in the future.