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Artist honors Peking Opera characters that sculpted his childhood
Yu Zuokun creates his sculptures by employing xieyi, a technique promoted by ink painters in ancient China to draw the spirit of things instead of depicting all the details to make it real.
Chinese artists perform in Stockholm, Sweden
Chinese artists staged a performance for more than 500 audience in Stockholm, Sweden on Sunday.
Chinese dance drama staged in Beijing
​"Liang Shanbo and Zhu Yingtai," a Chinese classical dance drama, was performed in Beijing on Tuesday, putting an end to its first run.
Research institute for first Peking Opera school opens
A new research center was inaugurated in Beijing on Friday to explore the legacy of the first Peking Opera troupe.
World-class venue built to promote Chinese opera
A world-class venue dedicated to promoting the rich heritage of Chinese opera is nearing completion in Hong Kong.
Bolshoi to present two classic ballets in Beijing
​From May 18th to 25th, the Bolshoi Ballet will visit the National Center for the Performing Arts (NCPA) in Beijing to deliver a ballet feast for audiences with its full-length Le Corsaire and The Flames of Paris.
Renowned choreographer steps toward retirement
Lin Hwai-min has been at the helm of his project for over 40 years and is looking forward to winding down.
New wave of nostalgia
Producer Angie Chai is adapting her hit 2001 Taiwan drama series "Meteor Garden" to appeal to modern mainland audiences.
Cambodian royal ballet dazzles in Beijing
With a giant LED screen presenting a panoramic view of the mysterious Angkor Wat and Cambodia's natural scenery, dancers from the Royal Ballet of Cambodia appeared onstage in Beijing on Saturday.
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