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'Face changing' opera performed to welcome New Year

2013-12-31 11:06:52



A Sichuan opera troupe performs traditional Chinese "bianlian", otherwise known as "face-changing", to welcome the coming New Year in Yuechi county, Guang'an, Sichuan province, December 28, 2013. As an intangible cultural heritage bianlian is a method used in Sichuan opera, to reveal an opera character's inner thoughts and feelings. [Photo by Qiu Haiying/Asianewsphoto]


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