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One Minute China: Five ancient colors of Chinese porcelain

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One Minute China: Five ancient colors of Chinese porcelain(图1)


Ancient Chinese porcelain are based on five colors: red, yellow, green, blue and purple. Porcelain with these five colors are instantly recognizable for their elaborate brushwork. Today, you can still find masters of such art in Jingdezhen, birthplace of the craft.

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Stomping and Dancing, or Ta Ge in Chinese, depicts a group of young girls singing songs and appreciating the beauty of the area south of the Yangtze River, in a performance by the Beijing Dance Academy.

This time-honored form of singing and dancing, which has spread throughout China, originated in ancient times, as evidenced by relics recording the art form, such as a Neolithic pottery basin unearthed in Datong county, Northwest China's Qinghai province.

Stomping and Dancing, or Ta Ge in Chinese, depicts a group of young girls singing songs and appreciating the beauty of the area south of the Yangtze River, in a performance by the Beijing Dance Academy.

This time-honored form of singing and dancing, which has spread throughout China, originated in ancient times, as evidenced by relics recording the art form, such as a Neolithic pottery basin unearthed in Datong county, Northwest China's Qinghai province.

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Over 20 star dancers of the Beijing Dance Academy performed in a gala showcasing the beauty of traditional Chinese dance in Shanghai on Nov 13.

Highlights include dancer-choreographer Wang Yabin, who performed her award-winning dance piece, Wu Shan Dan Qing, or Silky Fan and Ribbons, and dancer Hua Xiaoyi, who performed Dian Jiang Chun, or Crimson Lips Adorned.

A female group dance, Xiang He Ge, which was featured in a new show titled Dancing Through the Millennium, co-produced by Henan TV and Chinese video platform Bilibili, where it premiered on Nov 6, was also staged during the gala.

The gala was first staged in Beijing in the end of October and is touring Chinese cities, including Qingdao, Guangzhou and Zhuhai, through December.





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