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La dinastia Qing aveva un cuore cinese?

Oggi, giovedì 18 febbraio, alle ore 18 si svolgerà presso il MAO Museo d’Arte Orientale la conferenza “La dinastia Qing aveva un cuore cinese?”, a cura della dott.ssa Monica De Togni. L’evento è organizzato dall’Istituto Confucio nell’ambito del ciclo di appuntamenti collegati alla mostra“Il Drago e il Fiore d’oro”. Potere e Magia nei Tappeti della Cina Imperiale”, al MAO fino al 28 marzo.
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MAO Museo d’Arte Orientale: via San Domenico 11, Torino

Peking Opera should hold Chinese identity: artist

( Xinhua )

A well-established Peking opera artist believes that the art should hold its Chinese identity despite its translation.

£¨ÎÄ»¯£©£¨2£©Ã·À¼·¼Ê§´«°ÙÄê¾­µäÃû¾ç¡¶æ϶ð±¼Ô¡·ÁÁÏàÉòÑôThe Chinese quintessence Jingju is actually not equal to western opera or ballet, no matter what innovations have been made to it, said Mei Baojiu, son and successor of Chinese theater mogul Mei Lanfang (1894-1961), on Wednesday.

But junior Mei is not against innovation. The play he directed being shown during the ongoing seventh Jingju art festival in Tianjin Municipality deploys modern technologies such as 3D virtual image, stereo and LED while keeping the singing of his father.

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