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Traditional opera performed in Taipei

2009-07-03 02:48:36 GMT2009-07-03 10:48:36 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Chen Chang-yen, one of the leading Taiwanese Kunqu opera actress in youth female role of Dan, enacts in a section of the traditional repertoire Palace of the Eternal Youth, during a New Presentation of Palace's Lingering Appeal in a serial activity sponsored by the Palace Museum of Taipei to endue the traditional opera with its precious collections of curios in the Palace Museum of Taipei, southeast China's Taiwan, July 2, 2009. (Xinhua/Wu Ching-teng)

Two top-class Kunqu opera performers enact in a section of the traditional repertoire Palace of the Eternal Youth, during a New Presentation of Palace's Lingering Appeal, in a serial activity sponsored by the Palace Museum of Taipei to endue the traditional opera with its precious collections of curio in the Palace Museum of Taipei, southeast China's Taiwan, July 2, 2009. (Xinhua/Wu Ching-teng)

Two top-class Kunqu opera performers enact in a section of the traditional repertoire Palace of the Eternal Youth, during a New Presentation of Palace's Lingering Appeal, in a serial activity sponsored by the Palace Museum of Taipei to endue the traditional opera with its precious collections of curio, in the Palace Museum of Taipei, southeast China's Taiwan, July 2, 2009. (Xinhua/Wu Ching-teng)

Local audience will watch the Kunqu opera show combining with the famous ancient Chinese painting Emperor Xuanzong Descending to Land of Shu, Palace Merriness, and other invaluable cultural relics, etc, as of July 8.

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