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Nancy Palumbo, Vice President of Daily News:
"The Daily News is so proud of being part of this cultural exchange program. It’s a great opportunity for us to raise awareness about Chinese culture. So proud of being part of something as wonderful as this. We are very excited about it. The reviews are fabulous."

Rita Cosby, Anchor, MSNBC News:
"I want to congratulate NTDTV for putting on this groundbreaking event, which is being seen by millions upon millions of people around the globe."

Cindy Hsu, Anchor of WCBS News:
"This is the first year that we are celebrating the Lunar New Year with this wonderful celebration, but we are going to make it a tradition."

WABC Eyewitness News:
"It really is beautiful. The costumes are gorgeous. Beautiful!"

New York State Senator Thomas K. Duane:
"Holiday Wonders will become a popular tradition, enjoyed by many generations in the future."

Guillermo Linares, New York Mayor’s Office, Commissioner of Immigrant Affairs
"It’s a wonderful show, something I dream of coming to. It’s a wonderful family event, the best way to celebrate the holidays. Everything comes together in such a wonderful way."

Brian Levine, Mayor of Franklin Township, New Jersey:
"There was such a variety of things, the artistry, the culture, the music, and a lot of it was laden with a universal message, which was wonderful. I thought it worked so well together."

Patricia Flannery, Mayor of Bridgewater Township, New Jersey:
"Thoroughly enjoyed the costumes, dance, music and cultural traditions that were portrayed. In my role as mayor, with the significant Chinese constituency in Bridgewater, I realize I need to continue to develop my understanding of Chinese culture and tradition."

Ambassador Andrew Hsia, Head of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in New York
"From each performance, we can see the efforts made by NTDTV. We also see a new culture emerging from our traditions. This is something truly amazing. We hope that NTDTV can keep up their great work so their show can become a tradition."

Professor Luis Barrios, John Jay College of Criminal Justice:
"Most of what Americans get from Hollywood movies about China is negative. They have the wrong impression. When I sat there watching how positively Chinese culture can be displayed, I realized that I didn't know much about the true nature of Chinese culture."

Audience:
"The colors, the costumes, the performances—it was hard to believe I was still in New York. Plus it had a great story underneath, of a hope for everybody, for the New Year. I was crying. I think a lot more New Yorkers should come to see this event in February."