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Qing dynasty

. Drama Traditional drama, often called "Chinese opera," grew out of the ''zaju'' (variety plays) of the Yuan dynasty (1279–1368) and continues to exist in 368 different forms, the best known of which is Beijing Opera, which assumed its present form in the mid-nineteenth century and was extremely popular in the Qing dynasty (1644–1911) court. In Beijing Opera, traditional Chinese string instrument and percussion instruments provide a strong rhythmic


Tianjin

continual spread would result in unwanted political instability in a still fragile and growing economy. thumb A male Peking opera performer (File:Beijing-Opera2.jpg) '''Peking opera''' or '''Beijing opera''' ( ) is a form of traditional Chinese theatre (Chinese opera) which combines music, vocal performance, mime, dance and acrobatics. It arose in the late 18th century and became fully developed and recognized by the mid-19th century. ref name "Afternoon


Shanghai

-tussauds.php work Informational site about England accessdate 12 July 2011 , a company owned by Blackstone Investment Group LP. thumb A male Peking opera performer (File:Beijing-Opera2.jpg) '''Peking opera''' or '''Beijing opera''' ( ) is a form of traditional Chinese theatre (Chinese opera) which combines music, vocal performance, mime, dance and acrobatics. It arose in the late 18th century and became fully developed and recognized by the mid-19th century


Beijing

) is a form of traditional Chinese theatre (Chinese opera) which combines music, vocal performance, mime, dance and acrobatics. It arose in the late 18th century and became fully developed and recognized by the mid-19th century. ref>


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