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Pick the right turn and explore quieter streets along Pingjiang St. on your way to this museum. You can tour it in less than 15min, and although it's a short visit that doesn't make it less interesting. The museum is very well kept and offers...More
Free museum with a good collection that shows the development of Kun Opera. Also provides introduction of popular Kun opera titles and troupes. The highlight, however, is the performance every Sunday at 2pm. Although usually carried out by young performers who may still need practice...More
This is a UNESCO heritage site. My husband and I stumbled across it on our walk around Pingjianglu. Almost everything is in Chinese, but one can figure out what is going on. I read that on Sundays they have performances around 2 for about 20...More
I've been to this theatre twice. Once when it was unknown and difficult to find, but was in good condition and, apparently, seldom visited. More recently I have been there when it was restored fully and attended a delightful performance of one of the classic...More