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Tibetan Opera

Tibetan Opera, called "Ache Lhamo" in Tibetan, which means "fairy sister". It is said that Tibetan opera was first performed by the seven sisters, and the contents of the play are mostly fairy tales in Buddhist Scriptures, hence the name. ...

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Sichuan Opera

Sichuan Opera is mainly popular in the Han nationality areas of Sichuan, Chongqing, Yunnan and Guizhou Provinces in southwest China. It is a kind of traditional opera composed of five kinds of acoustic art: Gaoqiang, Kunqu Opera, Huqin, Bangzi and Sichuan folk opera....

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Beijing Opera

Beijing Opera, also known as Peking Opera or Jing Opera, is the most influential opera in China, distributed in Beijing as the center, throughout the whole country. Peking Opera had its heyday in the 1930s when there were more than 10 theaters in Beijing alone, most of which scattered in the Qianmen area....

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Cross-Talk

Crosstalk is a kind of folk rap. Speaking, learning, playing, singing as the form, highlight its characteristics. Famous crosstalk performers include Zhang Shouchen, Ma Sanli, Hou Baolin, Liu Baorui, Ma ji, Hou Yaowen, Su Wenmao, Niu Qun, Feng Gong, Jiang Kun, Guo Degang, Yu Qian and so on....

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Acrobatics

China's history of acrobatics is world-famous. The danger and special skills of acrobatics add a lot of beauty to art. Since the first time Chinese acrobats performed abroad, they have become ambassadors of Chinese culture, friendship and peace. ...

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Chinese Opera

Chinese Opera is considered to be a unique and highest example of an entire theater that requires the most profound refinement of skills in singing, acting, characterization, movement, dance and acrobatics. This art form is a valuable part of Chinese culture. ...

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Shadow Puppetry

Shadow puppetry is a folk drama in China, in which players hold human figures that are made of animal hides or paperboards, and reflected on the curtain through the light, playing stories accompanied by the string and drums music with local popular tunes....

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Kung Fu

Chinese Kung Fu, also known as the traditional Chinese martial arts, is another name for "martial arts" in the late Qin Dynasty. It is the crystallization of the wisdom of the Chinese nation, the embodiment of the traditional Chinese culture, and the unique "martial arts" in the world....

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