The 14th Shanghai International Arts Festival Kicks off

October 20, 2012
Editor: Zhao Liangfeng

An actress introduces the dance drama "Peacock" at an arts fair during the 14th Shanghai International Arts Festival (CSIAF) in east China's Shanghai Municipality, Oct. 19, 2012. The CSIAF kicked off on Thursday will last to Nov. 20. [Xinhua/Ren Long]

An actress introduces the dance drama "Peacock" at an arts fair during the 14th Shanghai International Arts Festival (CSIAF) in east China's Shanghai Municipality, Oct. 19, 2012. The CSIAF kicked off on Thursday will last to Nov. 20. [Xinhua/Ren Long]

An actress performs symphony named "Nushu" created by musician Tan Dun at an arts fair during the 14th Shanghai International Arts Festival (CSIAF) in east China's Shanghai Municipality, Oct. 19, 2012. The CSIAF kicked off on Thursday will last to Nov. 20.[Xinhua/Ren Long]

An actress performs symphony named "Nushu" created by musician Tan Dun at an arts fair during the 14th Shanghai International Arts Festival (CSIAF) in east China's Shanghai Municipality, Oct. 19, 2012. The CSIAF kicked off on Thursday will last to Nov. 20.[Xinhua/Ren Long]

A Chinese musical group stages a performance at an arts fair during the 14th Shanghai International Arts Festival (CSIAF) in east China's Shanghai Municipality, Oct. 19, 2012. The CSIAF kicked off on Thursday will last to Nov. 20. [Xinhua/Ren Long]

A Chinese musical group stages a performance at an arts fair during the 14th Shanghai International Arts Festival (CSIAF) in east China's Shanghai Municipality, Oct. 19, 2012. The CSIAF kicked off on Thursday will last to Nov. 20. [Xinhua/Ren Long]

(Source: xinhuanet.com)

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