Inheriting intangible cultural heritage singing wa Qing opera

2022-09-05 0 By

Actors perform the drama “An ‘an Delivers Rice” in Tangzhai village of Tengchong City, southwest China’s Yunnan province, April 1, 2019.Qing Opera of the Wa ethnic group, a local traditional opera in Tengchong, Yunnan province, was included in the second batch of national Intangible Cultural Heritage protection list in 2008.In recent years, the local people have made a lot of efforts to protect and inherit the Wa Qing opera, and some excellent traditional plays have been carried forward. A batch of newly created WA Qing opera works with rural themes have also been put on the stage and welcomed by the masses.In order to enrich the cultural life of the grass-roots people, on festivals, wa qing opera actors go to villages, for the villagers to perform.They also brought the Wa Qing opera into the campus, weekly classes for the children, so that they feel the charm of the WA Qing opera.Xinhua News Agency reporter Cao Mengyao/April 1, In Tengchong City of Yunnan province, the Qing Dynasty drama inheritor Wang Zufang makeup backstage.Wang Zufang, an inheritor of Qing Dynasty opera of the Wa ethnic group, changes her costume backstage in Sugarcane Village of Tengchong city, Southwest China’s Yunnan province, April 1, 2019.Wang Zufang, inheritor of Qing Opera of the Wa ethnic group, gives a class to students at Bumbrellas United Primary School in Hehua Town of Tengchong city, Southwest China’s Yunnan province, Nov 3, 2021.Xinhua News Agency source: Xinhuanet