Swinging from Taiwan to IndiaThe Formosa Circus Art (FOCA) group from Taiwan specialise in combining the contemporary modern circus arts of Taiwan with acrobatics, theatre arts, and more traditional forms.advertisement Next Antara Raghavan June 29, 2019UPDATED: June 29, 2019 13:36 IST FOCA acrobats (above and right) demonstrate tough choreographic positions.ACROBATICS has always been a sport that has fascinated spectators and evoke admiration. It is not only an activity which demonstrates incredible gymnastic feats, but is also a highly demanding discipline which requires skill, years of training, and precise balance and handeye-coordination.The Formosa Circus Art (FOCA) group from Taiwan more than meets all these exact requirements.They specialise in combining the contemporary modern circus arts of Taiwan with acrobatics, theatre arts, and more traditional forms. They are well-known in Taiwan and across the globe.Their current project is the show, The Heart of Asia. This show does not just comprise spectacular gymnastic accomplishments on stage, but the exploration and experimentation of a variety of performance arts.The show combines elements of Taiwanese acrobatics, music and dance with Western forms of expression. Allison Chao, assistant representative at the Taipei Economic and Cultural Center in India, elaborates, They have already performed this show in France and Edinburgh.Chao goes on to add We are holding this show as an attempt to strengthen cultural relations between Taiwan and India. We think audiences in Delhi will really enjoy The Heart of Asia since it is a mixture of both what is modern and traditional and what is from the East and the West.(The performance will be staged at 6:30 pm on July 6 at Kamani Auditorium, Delhi)Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byApoorva Abhay Uzagare
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