VIENNA, Austria�Divine Performing Arts held its first Vienna performance of the Chinese Spectacular on Thursday at the Vienna Stadthalle. Katharina Grieb, the head of the Austrian Section of the International Society of Human Rights, attended the show. "It's wonderful, very interesting," she said. "The sea in the water dance [in the piece "Nymphs of the Sea"], I think it was very nice." Through classical Chinese dance, performers displayed the essence of China's 5,000 years of culture, from antiquity to the present, while also presenting the values upheld in Chinese traditional culture. With Buddhist and Daoist spiritual elements, the show has been the target of disruption from the Chinese Communist regime, as it also includes two dances about the peaceful of response of people who practice Falun Dafa, a meditation practice based on truthfulness, compassion, and tolerance, that is currently persecuted in China.