Origins of Chinese Opera
Asiapac Books Pte Ltd
Find out more fascinating details about Chinese opera:
* Why is the clown mask so colourful?
* Who is the “big painted face”?
* What does it signify when an opera performer stands on the table?
*** Co-published by Asiapac Books and The Chinese Opera Institute, with the support of the National Arts Council
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