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In a dazzling fusion of Chinese and African dancing and singing, the Malawi-based Amitofo Care Centre will make its Washington, D.C. debut 7 p.m. July 29 at the DSFederal-sponsored 2014 "Thrive in Love" concert at 901 Wind River Lane, Gaithersburg, MD.
The two-hour choir performance will feature the children of the ACC, an international NGO that has housed more than 1200 orphans throughout Malawi, Lesotho, and Swaziland in its 20-year existence. In addition to providing them a home, the ACC introduces the children to music, dance, and other forms of self-expression, including kung-fu. These cultural influences stem from ACC's Taiwanese founder, Ven. Hui Li.
The ACC maintains a global presence through semi-annual goodwill missions to various countries to raise awareness of the organization and secure funding for the construction of new orphanages in Africa. The trips have routinely been met with enthusiastic reaction, showcasing the children’s skills and wellbeing and reinforcing the group’s gratitude toward its supporters.
The DSFederal IDEA Foundation has worked diligently to bring the ACC to Washington, D.C., coordinating closely with staff and community leaders to secure lodging, meals, transportation arrangements, and marketing and public relations, ensuring a successful production of the children’s performance later this month.
Join us July 29 to witness the inspiring talents of the ACC children in an hour-and-a-half concert followed by a Q&A session in which Ven. Hui Lee will also be available for interaction with the audience. Tickets range from $10 to $15 and can be purchased by emailing Sophie Huang at [email protected].