CIIC:Today's featured article/April 21, 2018


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Mulian Opera (目连戏), recognized as the "living spirit of Chinese theater," is one of the earliest theatric genres in China. Without scripts and scores, the opera was passed down orally by the elderly. It was named from a tale originated from Buddhist scriptures, in which the hero Mulian rescued his mother from hell.(More...)

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