Through different melodies, “Flowing Ink” shows the “liveliness”, “leisure”, and “adventurous” of a group of ambitious young scholars at that time. The light melody of the flute in the opening section creates the natural sound of flowers, birds, as well as laughter. In the middle part, the music slows down, the rhythm of the mountain and flowing water indicates joy and relaxation. The rhythm of the drums is magnificent and brings the whole work to a climax. The scholars have changed their leisurely attitude and showed youthful vigor and unrestrained liberality, behind this impetuousness is the determination of pursuing their ideal life.
When, students in the flower of our age
Our spirit bright was at its height
Full of the scholar's notable rage
We criticized with all our might
Pointing to stream and hill
Writing in blame or praise
"Maiden Rose Hawagül" is a Uyghur-style theatrical performance. With its exotic charm, the production transports us to a fairyland-like Uyghur garden, where we join in the festive celebrations of spring. Here, amidst the picturesque scenery and delightful drinks, we encounter warm and hospitable people. In the garden blooming with flowers, Uyghur girls with their singing and dancing skills perform gracefully to the lively rhythms of strings and drums. Their skirts swaying, braids flowing behind them, adorned with bright roses on their heads, they are like blossoming flowers in full bloom.