Chinese Opera-The Peony Pavilion (Chinese: 《牡丹亭》)
The Peony Pavilion (Chinese: 《牡丹亭》) is a play written by Tang Xianzu (1550—1616) in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) and first performed in 1598 at the Pavilion of Prince Teng (in Jiangxi province). As one of Tang's "Four Dreams," it has traditionally been performed as a Kun opera, a sort of Chinese stage art and one of the oldest extant forms of Chinese opera.
May 28, 2014
2016 China Dragon Boat Race (Jintang, Chengdu) Takes Place
The 2016 China Dragon Boat Race (Jintang, Chengdu) took place in Baima Lake, northeast Chengdu’s Jintang County, with the participation of 22 teams from all over the country, of which 5 were from Sichuan.
Jun 06, 2016
Katie Wong: My Chengdu
Arriving was only a small part of a dream come true; now Chengdu is in my veins, a part of my identity and thoroughly incorporated into the heritage I cherish.
Jun 07, 2016
The Music Day Chengdu Tour, part of the Festival Croisements 2016, will be staged in Chengdu on June 18.
Jun 07, 2016
Woodblock Print Exhibition
A woodblock print exhibition featuring about 300 works primarily by famous domestic artists and young print makers from southwest China is ongoing at the Sichuan Art Museum.