Direct from Beijing, The National Acrobats of The People’s Republic of China (China National Acrobatic Troupe) was the first National Performing Arts Troupe established by the government of the People’s Republic of China in 1950. It has performed intensively throughout the world annually around the globe. The Company’s repertoire includes a myriad of International and National Gold Prize winning Acts, such as "Slack Wire" (Presidential Gold Award at the 24th Cirque de Demain Festival in Paris), "Diabolo" (Presidential Gold Award at the 26th Cirque de Demain Festival in Paris), "Pagoda of Bowls" (Golden Clown Award at the 28th Monte Carlo International Circus Festival) and among others. The Company’s Acts have received sensational reiviews both at home and abroad for numbers such as “China Soul”, “Reverie”, “Acrobatic Spectacular” and “Splendid”. Based in Beijing, China, the Company owns a large Institution for Acrobatic Schooling, Training and Repertoire. The Institution has over 150 Acrobatic resident performers and over 500 Acrobatic Students of all ages. Funded by a special grant from the Beijing Municipality, the Company invests each year in new productions as well as acrobatic science research and creation in addition to the training facilities of the center, which with its dedication to improvement of and renewing of Acrobatic standards has become one of the largest Acrobatic and Circus Arts Center’s in China and the world.
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