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The Hot and Spicy Festival, an annual two-day gourmet event hosted by the Beijin
ger, will offer delicious spicy foods from around the world in Beijing from April 20-21.上海会所
The event at Galaxy Soho in downtown will have a series of enterta
上海会所品茶微信inment such as live music, dancing, and a Hot Chili Pepper Eating Contest.
Visitors will find spicy food from China, Mexico, the
US, the Philippines, Peru, Morocco, India, etc., offered by more than 40 vendors.
It’s the time of year when diverse cultures from around the world meet in Beijing.上海会所
From East to West, pop to traditional, opera to dance, drama to exhibitions, and music to go
urmet, the 2019 Meet in Beijing Arts Festival will have more than 50 cultural activities on offer.上海会所品茶微信
This year’s festival will gather nearly 600 artists from 25 counties and regions, from Apr
il 25 to May 25. They will grace major theaters and art centers in the capital, such as the National Center for the Pe
上海会所品茶微信rforming Arts, the Tianqiao Performing Arts Center and the Beijing Concert Hall.
The Guan Hanqing Grand Theater recently opened on the bank of the East Lake in Baoding, Hebei province. With an aerial view
that resembles a conch shell, the theater is now bringing harmonious melodies to the local residents.上海会所
For its opening performance on March 16, the theater staged The Red Lantern (Ho
ngdeng Ji), a modern Chinese opera performed by the National Peking Opera Company.上海会所品茶微信
The Red Lantern is among one of the eight representative yangbanxi, a series of revolution-themed
上海会所modern Peking Opera and ballet works produced during the “cultural revolution” (1966-76).
Using the performance techniques of traditional Peking Opera, it tells the
story of how the Communist Party members risked their lives to transfer coded me
ssages to the guerrilla forces during the War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression (1931-45).上海会所品茶微信
According to Jiang Qihu, an actor from the National Peking Opera Company, The Red La
ntern was so well-known in the 1960s that almost everybody could sing a few lines from it.