The next one is from Formosa (Taiwan), a Chinese dance. And the name is the “Golden Peacock Dance.” (I’m sure that this group of peacocks are vegan. They meditate well and now shine with golden light.) He said the group represents themselves very well because they're wearing green, means they're vegetarian (vegan). And their shinning gold means they have made a lot of progress in spiritual practice. The last, but not least, is the next program, a Korean drum dance, performed by Korea’s Seoul. “Quiet! Without calendar in the mountain, I don’t fear it, time flies! (Time flies when I was in the mountains.) Flower blooming shows me spring, green leaves will tell me (it’s) summer. (It’s spring as flowers blossom, and it’s summer as leaves sprout!) Fallen leaves will teach me autumn, who says it’s not winter with white snow flutters in the forest over the air. (It’s autumn as leaves fall, and it’s winter as snow falls.) Today in Thailand, the great party is ahead for the Master. Let me go and have a wonderful time here. (As I met the place of music for the Master, I’m going to enjoy the dance.) Nakyang Dongchun Ehwajung”The performances have been amazing, but the next one will be the last. Though the performance is great, but this is the last part.