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Chinese opera "Mulan Psalm" debuts in Tokyo

2009-11-12 01:24:28 GMT2009-11-12 09:24:28 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Chinese singer Lei Jia performs in the centennial hall of Gakushuin University in Tokyo, capital of Japan, on Nov. 11, 2009.(Xinhua/Ren Zhenglai)

Chinese singers Lei Jia (L) and Yu Shuang perform in the centennial hall of Gakushuin University in Tokyo, capital of Japan, on Nov. 11, 2009.(Xinhua/Ren Zhenglai)

Chinese singer Lei Jia performs in the centennial hall of Gakushuin University in Tokyo, capital of Japan, on Nov. 11, 2009.(Xinhua/Ren Zhenglai)

Chinese singer Lei Jia performs in the centennial hall of Gakushuin University in Tokyo, capital of Japan, on Nov. 11, 2009.(Xinhua/Ren Zhenglai)

Chinese singers Lei Jia (L Center) and Yu Shuang (R Center) perform in the centennial hall of Gakushuin University in Tokyo, capital of Japan, on Nov. 11, 2009.(Xinhua/Ren Zhenglai)

The Chinese opera "Mulan Psalm", putting together various forms of performance such as symphony, musical, theater and dance, and blending into the elements of Chinese folk music, singing techniques, national costumes and martial art, got a premiere in Tokyo on Wednesday.

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