Whether “new wine in old bottles” or “old wine in new bottles,” the key to innovating traditional culture is new combinations of form and content.
Mao Weitao: Artistic Bravery

“I will never stop trying and will always stay confident, brave, and persistent, which is my art secret.”
19.02.2021 — 1144 views
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Zhang Jianfeng: Finding the Future of Peking Opera

Zhang Jianfeng is exploring the future of Peking Opera through integrating the classical and the modern and drawing inspiration from both home and abroad.
19.02.2021 — 919 views
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Zhang Huoding: Chasing the Dream of Peking Opera

Only persistence grants the right to dream.
19.02.2021 — 1216 views
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Qiu Jirong: Pioneer of Tradition

Qiu Jirong is blazing trails for reviving Peking Opera, and doing it his way.
19.02.2021 — 1279 views
18.02.2021 — 808 views

Yan Rui: Birth of a New Genre

“I hope for the opportunity to experience a broader range of content including famous dramas, both ancient and modern, Chinese and foreign, for inspiration to interpret more stories representing the unique style of the Chinese nation.”
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Dou Xiaoxuan: Feeling the Charm

“Peking Opera performers of my generation need to bring more people to the theaters.”
18.02.2021 — 1029 views
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Chinese Opera: Traditional Art Revival in the New Era

Thanks to its historical profundity and attractive cultural flair, Chinese opera is likely to relive its past glory in the near future.
17.02.2021 — 1798 views
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Western Flavors in Chinese Theater Art

A blend of Eastern and Western cultures in Chinese theater art is the trend.
17.02.2021 — 1428 views
Happy Chinese New Year!

People select spring festival scrolls and lanterns to welcome the upcoming Spring Festival at a market in Yangzhou, East China's Jiangsu province, on Jan 16, 2021. The Spring Fe...
25.01.2021 — 1163 views


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