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PostPosted: Sun Jun 13, 2004 10:22 am 
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Dancing Into the Heart of Darkness

By CHRISTOPHER REARDON
The New York Times
June 13, 2004

"The timing is uncanny," said Mr. Chong, 57, who began working on the piece, called "Blind Ness: The Irresistible Light of Encounter," three years ago. "This is the first exposé of atrocities by the portable Kodak camera, which had just come into use. It's also a tale of media manipulation by Leopold and his adversaries."
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From Marcia Siegel in the Boston Phoenix (following commentary on Limon Dance Company):
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Limón Dance Company at the Tsai; Ping Chong in NYC

New York author/director Ping Chong is absorbed with histories and ethnographies of a different kind. Cathay: Three Tales of China, which opened last week at the New Victory Theater on 42nd Street and continues through November 13, links ancient China with the Japanese occupation in World War II and globalized China today. Chong worked with the Shaanxi Folk Art Theater of northwest China to develop his concept; ....

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