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  • Septuagenarian Dedicated to Making Facial Make-up for Tra...

    [2021.03.27]

    Zhu Jiannan, a 76-year-old man in Changsha, central China’s Hunan province, has produced more than 3,000 pieces of facial make-up artworks for over 60 genres of traditional Chinese opera over the past 30 years.

  • Free Flower-drum Performances at Changsha Fire God Palace...

    [2021.03.23]

    A Flower-drum Opera performance event kicked off at the Fire God Palace Restaurant on Pozi Street in Changsha on March 22, as part of the city’s cultural promotion campaign. It was organized by the Changsha Flower-drum Opera Protection and Inheritance Center. During the 6-day event, people can watch classic Flower-drum Opera performances for free.

  • Free Traditional Chinese Opera Performances Staged at Cha...

    [2021.03.20]

    A 4-day performance event featuring Chinese traditional operas kicked off at the Changsha Mass Art Museum Experimental Theater on March 18. Classic opera performances including a Peking Opera “The Legend of the White Snake”, a Huangmei Opera “The Bridge of Magpie”, a Kunqu Opera “The Peony Pavilion”, and a Yue Opera “Five Daughters Offer Birthday Felicitations” will be staged successively. The audience can watch them for free.

  • Hunan Embroidery Boosts Countryside Development

    [2021.03.14]

    Shaping Town is emerging as a tourist destination featuring Hunan embroidery culture. This helps promote local intangible cultural heritage, and greatly drives the development of local tourism economy.

  • Hunan Intangible Cultural Heritage Hall Offers Free Weeke...

    [2021.03.01]

    Free performances are staged at the Hunan Intangible Cultural Heritage Hall every Saturday, including songs and dances, Xiangsheng or comic dialogue, Xiaopin or comic sketch, Kuaiban or clapper talk, Flower-drum Opera, Hunan Opera, Peking Opera, face-changing, acrobatics, and magic.

  • Changsha Fantawild Holds Intangible Cultural Heritage Per...

    [2021.02.08]

    The photo, taken on February 6, shows tourists enjoying a lion performance at the Changsha Fantawild Oriental Heritage Theme Park. A Chinese traditional culture-themed exhibition hall opened to the public that day at the theme park.