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Why a Company Closed so That Its Employees Could See a Show

It seems inconceivable that a high-tech company would close it’s doors for a day so that its employees could see a show, but it’s true.

When the New York-based Shen Yun Performing Arts presented a show featuring classical Chinese dance and live music in Kaohsiung City in southern Taiwan on March 17, Chen Mingli, CEO of Innovision Flex Tech Corporation, closed the company so that his managers and over 60 employees could see the show.

Chen Mingli (6th from right in front row), CEO of Innovision Flex Tech Corporation exclusively closed the company and led his manager and other 60 plus employees to see the Shen Yun show in Taiwan’s Kaohsiung City on March 17, 2017. (Image: Epoch Times)
Chen Mingli (6th from right in front row), CEO of Innovision Flex Tech Corporation, and over 60 employees at the Shen Yun performance in Kaohsiung City. (Image: Epoch Times)

The company’s senior manager, Chen Meixian, explained that their employees work in three shifts, but to facilitate their schedules, the CEO decided to give all of his employees the day off:

Marveling at the positive energy from the Shen Yun performance, she noted:

The manager also revealed that after her CEO attended last year’s performance, business started to pick up after experiencing losses for over nine years in a row. She noted:

Chen Meixian also found that the performance had a calming effect on her mind. The performance helped her to calm down just by listening to the music and watching the dance performances. She felt the positive energy from the show and was confident that her employees will have a better sense of coherence following the performance.

Over 100 celebrities send congratulatory notes to Shen Yun Performing Ats World Tour 2017.
Over 100 governmental officers sent congratulatory notes to Shen Yun Performing Arts in 2017. (Image: Epoch Times)

Chen Meixian was moved to tears by the Taiwanese song Plum Blossom, which was performed by soprano Geng Haolan. She said:

Please watch this video introduction of Shen Yang Performing Arts:

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