Shaanxi Opera Team Performs During Spring Festival in NW China

January 20, 2017
By Xu ShanshanEditor: Jane Wang
Shaanxi Opera Team Performs During Spring Festival in NW China

Members of a Shaanxi Opera team prepare before performing for spectators in Xinxing Village of Longde County, northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, Jan. 18, 2017. The Shaanxi Opera team, which consists of more than 30 amateurs who are farmers and non-professional opera performers, carried out tour performances for residents in towns and villages in rural areas during the Spring Festival holidays. Shaanxi Opera, commonly known as Qinqiang, is the oldest of all the Chinese operas that are still in existence today. [Xinhua/Wang Peng]

Shaanxi Opera Team Performs During Spring Festival in NW China

Members of a Shaanxi Opera team perform for spectators in Xinxing Village of Longde County, northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, Jan. 18, 2017. The Shaanxi Opera team, which consists of more than 30 amateurs who are farmers and non-professional opera performers, carried out tour performances for residents in towns and villages in rural areas during the Spring Festival holidays. Shaanxi Opera, commonly known as Qinqiang, is the oldest of all the Chinese operas that are still in existence today. [Xinhua/Wang Peng]

Shaanxi Opera Team Performs During Spring Festival in NW China

Members of a Shaanxi Opera team perform for spectators in Xinxing Village of Longde County, northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, Jan. 18, 2017. The Shaanxi Opera team, which consists of more than 30 amateurs who are farmers and non-professional opera performers, carried out tour performances for residents in towns and villages in rural areas during the Spring Festival holidays. Shaanxi Opera, commonly known as Qinqiang, is the oldest of all the Chinese operas that are still in existence today. [Xinhua/Wang Peng]

Shaanxi Opera Team Performs During Spring Festival in NW China

Members of a Shaanxi Opera team prepare before performing for spectators in Xinxing Village of Longde County, northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, Jan. 18, 2017. The Shaanxi Opera team, which consists of more than 30 amateurs who are farmers and non-professional opera performers, carried out tour performances for residents in towns and villages in rural areas during the Spring Festival holidays. Shaanxi Opera, commonly known as Qinqiang, is the oldest of all the Chinese operas that are still in existence today. [Xinhua/Wang Peng]

 

(Source: Xinhua)

 

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