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bjl1314152 : Maoqiang, a traditional Chinese folk opera with a history of over 200 years

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  • Maoqiang, a traditional Chinese folk opera with a history of over 200 years (2019-04-15)
  • Maoqiang Opera is a traditional folk art from the Jiaozhou area of Shandong Peninsula (Jiaodong Peninsula) in eastern China. People strike drums hanging from their elbows as they sing, so it is also called "Elbow Drum Music" or Zhouzigu. With a history of more than 200 years, it is popular in Qingdao, Yantai, Rizhao, Weifang and Gaomi. The first Chinese Nobel Prize Laureate Mo Yan's novel, Sandalwood Death, is written in the style of Maoqiang Opera and its English translation was published in 2013. Maoqiang was listed as a national intangible cultural heritage in 2006, and since then the local government has taken a series of measures and spent large amounts of money to preserve it.    Photo by Imaginechina
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