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A Cultural Renaissance
New Tang Dynasty Television takes its name from China's Tang Dynasty (618–907 AD), often referred to as China's "Golden Age." For many, Tang culture symbolizes the height and pride of 5,000 years of Chinese civilization.
Unfortunately, much of China's culture has been destroyed under the past six decades of communist rule.
That is why NTD goes to great lengths to be a leader in restoring and promoting traditional Chinese culture.
NTD does this through creating top-notch cultural television shows for children and adults, hosting an annual cultural Competition Series, and being the New York production sponsor of Shen Yun Performing Arts, the world's premier classical Chinese dance and music company.
Many of NTD's television programs focus on various elements of traditional Chinese culture. These programs include:
NTD hosts an annual competition series aimed at promoting traditional Chinese and classical arts. The series is comprised of nine competitions:
NTD is also the New York production sponsor of Shen Yun Performing Arts, which presents classical Chinese dance and music shows at some of the world's most prestigious venues.