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Online Yueju Opera shows gain popularity - Art & Culture in China
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Online Yueju Opera shows gain popularity

Shanghai Yueju Opera House's total of 22 online shows are aired on the Cultural Shanghai Cloud, Douyin, Youku and iXigua till April 12.
Lights on, curtains up! The renaissance of China's performing arts - Art & Culture in China
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Lights on, curtains up! The renaissance of China's performing arts

Music, dance and drama became the nonperforming arts during the coronavirus outbreak. Now they are poised to resume productions, much to the delight of audiences.
Xs mark the spot: Embroidery style defines this town - Art & Culture in China
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Xs mark the spot: Embroidery style defines this town

Luojing cross-stitch with a history of over 300 years distinguishes the town. A local woman in her 40s is dedicated to inheriting and extending the embroidery technique.
Surreal? Aligning science to the spiritual - Art & Culture in China
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Surreal? Aligning science to the spiritual

Retaining his passion for Chinese culture, New York-born Laurence Brahm has made two films in the "Lotus-Born Master" documentary series, and a third is in progress.
Traditional theater goes online to beat virus - Art & Culture in China
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Traditional theater goes online to beat virus

Local traditional theater troupes are presenting innovative "Cloud Theater" to frustrated audiences unable to get out to a show amid the coronavirus epidemic.
On the dotted line: Shanghai festival seals performance line-up - Art & Culture in China
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On the dotted line: Shanghai festival seals performance line-up

The 22nd China Shanghai International Arts Festival has announced 11 performances and events for this year's artfest, scheduled to run from October 16 to November 15.
A symbol of ancient Changsha - Art & Culture in China
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A symbol of ancient Changsha

The wall and the pavilion stand as a symbol of ancient Changsha and remind us of the city's past glories and tragedies.
Seawall museum shows how Hangzhou turned the tides - Art & Culture in China
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Seawall museum shows how Hangzhou turned the tides

The spectacular tidal bores of the Qiantang River once wreaked havoc on Hangzhou, until a succession of ancient engineers learned how to overcome nature's destructive powers.
When art sings: China opera inspires artists - Art & Culture in China
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When art sings: China opera inspires artists

Opera painting, a unique art form in China, has obscure origins. Shanghai-based painter Zhu Gang has won acclaim for combining tradition, realism and freehand brushwork.
ShanghArt's growth, survival during a crisis - Art & Culture in China
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ShanghArt's growth, survival during a crisis

Due to the novel coronavirus outbreak, Lorenz Helbling flew back to Switzerland from Shanghai, but his team is still working at ShanghART to maintain its daily operation.
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