Retired teacher opens Peking Opera class for young people in Beijing

2017-12-06 10:06 Xinhua

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Li Fusong (1st L), 79, a retired teacher, directs children to perform the Peking Opera at the children's center in Liuzhou City, south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Dec. 3, 2017. Li has been fond of the Peking Opera since childhood, but she didn't get the chance to learn the opera until her retirement in 1994. During her self-study in the following ten years, she found that most of the opera fans were just middle-aged and old people. She then made a resolution to pass on the traditional art to young people with her own efforts. Li opened the Peking Opera class for free at her former workplace Liuzhou City Vocational College in 2004. The Peking Opera training was also held by Li in nearly 10 primary schools, colleges and children centers for free. Li said she just hoped the younger generation would like the Peking Opera. With a history of more than 200 years, Peking Opera is one of China's main traditional drama forms and on the UNESCO intangible cultural heritage list. The art combines instrumental music, vocal performance, mime, dance and acrobatics. (Xinhua/Li Hanchi)

Li Fusong, 79, a retired teacher, talks with a staff member of local education authorities about the Peking Opera training for students in Liuzhou City, south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Nov. 21, 2017. Li has been fond of the Peking Opera since childhood, but she didn't get the chance to learn the opera until her retirement in 1994. During her self-study in the following ten years, she found that most of the opera fans were just middle-aged and old people. She then made a resolution to pass on the traditional art to young people with her own efforts. Li opened the Peking Opera class for free at her former workplace Liuzhou City Vocational College in 2004. The Peking Opera training was also held by Li in nearly 10 primary schools, colleges and children centers for free. Li said she just hoped the younger generation would like the Peking Opera. With a history of more than 200 years, Peking Opera is one of China's main traditional drama forms and on the UNESCO intangible cultural heritage list. The art combines instrumental music, vocal performance, mime, dance and acrobatics. (Xinhua/Li Hanchi)

Li Fusong, 79, a retired teacher, directs children to perform the Peking Opera at the children's center in Liuzhou City, south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Dec. 3, 2017. Li has been fond of the Peking Opera since childhood, but she didn't get the chance to learn the opera until her retirement in 1994. During her self-study in the following ten years, she found that most of the opera fans were just middle-aged and old people. She then made a resolution to pass on the traditional art to young people with her own efforts. Li opened the Peking Opera class for free at her former workplace Liuzhou City Vocational College in 2004. The Peking Opera training was also held by Li in nearly 10 primary schools, colleges and children centers for free. Li said she just hoped the younger generation would like the Peking Opera. With a history of more than 200 years, Peking Opera is one of China's main traditional drama forms and on the UNESCO intangible cultural heritage list. The art combines instrumental music, vocal performance, mime, dance and acrobatics. (Xinhua/Li Hanchi)

Li Fusong, 79, a retired teacher, directs children to perform the Peking Opera at the children's center in Liuzhou City, south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Dec. 3, 2017. Li has been fond of the Peking Opera since childhood, but she didn't get the chance to learn the opera until her retirement in 1994. During her self-study in the following ten years, she found that most of the opera fans were just middle-aged and old people. She then made a resolution to pass on the traditional art to young people with her own efforts. Li opened the Peking Opera class for free at her former workplace Liuzhou City Vocational College in 2004. The Peking Opera training was also held by Li in nearly 10 primary schools, colleges and children centers for free. Li said she just hoped the younger generation would like the Peking Opera. With a history of more than 200 years, Peking Opera is one of China's main traditional drama forms and on the UNESCO intangible cultural heritage list. The art combines instrumental music, vocal performance, mime, dance and acrobatics. (Xinhua/Li Hanchi)

Li Fusong, 79, a retired teacher, walks to her Peking Opera training class in Liuzhou City, south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Nov. 21, 2017. Li has been fond of the Peking Opera since childhood, but she didn't get the chance to learn the opera until her retirement in 1994. During her self-study in the following ten years, she found that most of the opera fans were just middle-aged and old people. She then made a resolution to pass on the traditional art to young people with her own efforts. Li opened the Peking Opera class for free at her former workplace Liuzhou City Vocational College in 2004. The Peking Opera training was also held by Li in nearly 10 primary schools, colleges and children centers for free. Li said she just hoped the younger generation would like the Peking Opera. With a history of more than 200 years, Peking Opera is one of China's main traditional drama forms and on the UNESCO intangible cultural heritage list. The art combines instrumental music, vocal performance, mime, dance and acrobatics. (Xinhua/Li Hanchi)

Li Fusong, 79, a retired teacher, directs a child to perform the Peking Opera at the children's center in Liuzhou City, south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Dec. 3, 2017. Li has been fond of the Peking Opera since childhood, but she didn't get the chance to learn the opera until her retirement in 1994. During her self-study in the following ten years, she found that most of the opera fans were just middle-aged and old people. She then made a resolution to pass on the traditional art to young people with her own efforts. Li opened the Peking Opera class for free at her former workplace Liuzhou City Vocational College in 2004. The Peking Opera training was also held by Li in nearly 10 primary schools, colleges and children centers for free. Li said she just hoped the younger generation would like the Peking Opera. With a history of more than 200 years, Peking Opera is one of China's main traditional drama forms and on the UNESCO intangible cultural heritage list. The art combines instrumental music, vocal performance, mime, dance and acrobatics. (Xinhua/Li Hanchi)

Li Fusong, 79, a retired teacher, prepares to rehearse the Peking Opera with children at the children's center in Liuzhou City, south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Dec. 3, 2017. Li has been fond of the Peking Opera since childhood, but she didn't get the chance to learn the opera until her retirement in 1994. During her self-study in the following ten years, she found that most of the opera fans were just middle-aged and old people. She then made a resolution to pass on the traditional art to young people with her own efforts. Li opened the Peking Opera class for free at her former workplace Liuzhou City Vocational College in 2004. The Peking Opera training was also held by Li in nearly 10 primary schools, colleges and children centers for free. Li said she just hoped the younger generation would like the Peking Opera. With a history of more than 200 years, Peking Opera is one of China's main traditional drama forms and on the UNESCO intangible cultural heritage list. The art combines instrumental music, vocal performance, mime, dance and acrobatics. (Xinhua/Li Hanchi)

Li Fusong (2nd L), 79, a retired teacher, watches the Peking Opera performance of children at the children's center in Liuzhou City, south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Dec. 3, 2017. Li has been fond of the Peking Opera since childhood, but she didn't get the chance to learn the opera until her retirement in 1994. During her self-study in the following ten years, she found that most of the opera fans were just middle-aged and old people. She then made a resolution to pass on the traditional art to young people with her own efforts. Li opened the Peking Opera class for free at her former workplace Liuzhou City Vocational College in 2004. The Peking Opera training was also held by Li in nearly 10 primary schools, colleges and children centers for free. Li said she just hoped the younger generation would like the Peking Opera. With a history of more than 200 years, Peking Opera is one of China's main traditional drama forms and on the UNESCO intangible cultural heritage list. The art combines instrumental music, vocal performance, mime, dance and acrobatics. (Xinhua/Li Hanchi)

Li Fusong (1st R), 79, a retired teacher, directs Liang Keyuan, a girl coming from other city, to perform the Peking Opera at the children's center in Liuzhou City, south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Dec. 2, 2017. Li has been fond of the Peking Opera since childhood, but she didn't get the chance to learn the opera until her retirement in 1994. During her self-study in the following ten years, she found that most of the opera fans were just middle-aged and old people. She then made a resolution to pass on the traditional art to young people with her own efforts. Li opened the Peking Opera class for free at her former workplace Liuzhou City Vocational College in 2004. The Peking Opera training was also held by Li in nearly 10 primary schools, colleges and children centers for free. Li said she just hoped the younger generation would like the Peking Opera. With a history of more than 200 years, Peking Opera is one of China's main traditional drama forms and on the UNESCO intangible cultural heritage list. The art combines instrumental music, vocal performance, mime, dance and acrobatics. (Xinhua/Li Hanchi)

Li Fusong (1st R), 79, a retired teacher, directs children to perform the Peking Opera at the children's center in Liuzhou City, south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Dec. 3, 2017. Li has been fond of the Peking Opera since childhood, but she didn't get the chance to learn the opera until her retirement in 1994. During her self-study in the following ten years, she found that most of the opera fans were just middle-aged and old people. She then made a resolution to pass on the traditional art to young people with her own efforts. Li opened the Peking Opera class for free at her former workplace Liuzhou City Vocational College in 2004. The Peking Opera training was also held by Li in nearly 10 primary schools, colleges and children centers for free. Li said she just hoped the younger generation would like the Peking Opera. With a history of more than 200 years, Peking Opera is one of China's main traditional drama forms and on the UNESCO intangible cultural heritage list. The art combines instrumental music, vocal performance, mime, dance and acrobatics. (Xinhua/Li Hanchi)

Li Fusong (1st R), 79, a retired teacher, talks with staff members of local education authorities about the Peking Opera training for students in Liuzhou City, south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Nov. 21, 2017. Li has been fond of the Peking Opera since childhood, but she didn't get the chance to learn the opera until her retirement in 1994. During her self-study in the following ten years, she found that most of the opera fans were just middle-aged and old people. She then made a resolution to pass on the traditional art to young people with her own efforts. Li opened the Peking Opera class for free at her former workplace Liuzhou City Vocational College in 2004. The Peking Opera training was also held by Li in nearly 10 primary schools, colleges and children centers for free. Li said she just hoped the younger generation would like the Peking Opera. With a history of more than 200 years, Peking Opera is one of China's main traditional drama forms and on the UNESCO intangible cultural heritage list. The art combines instrumental music, vocal performance, mime, dance and acrobatics. (Xinhua/Li Hanchi)

Li Fusong, 79, a retired teacher, helps a child dress up to perform the Peking Opera at the children's center in Liuzhou City, south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Dec. 3, 2017. Li has been fond of the Peking Opera since childhood, but she didn't get the chance to learn the opera until her retirement in 1994. During her self-study in the following ten years, she found that most of the opera fans were just middle-aged and old people. She then made a resolution to pass on the traditional art to young people with her own efforts. Li opened the Peking Opera class for free at her former workplace Liuzhou City Vocational College in 2004. The Peking Opera training was also held by Li in nearly 10 primary schools, colleges and children centers for free. Li said she just hoped the younger generation would like the Peking Opera. With a history of more than 200 years, Peking Opera is one of China's main traditional drama forms and on the UNESCO intangible cultural heritage list. The art combines instrumental music, vocal performance, mime, dance and acrobatics. (Xinhua/Li Hanchi)

Li Fusong (1st L, back), 79, a retired teacher, helps Liang Keyuan, a girl coming from other city, dress up to perform the Peking Opera at the children's center in Liuzhou City, south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Dec. 3, 2017. Li has been fond of the Peking Opera since childhood, but she didn't get the chance to learn the opera until her retirement in 1994. During her self-study in the following ten years, she found that most of the opera fans were just middle-aged and old people. She then made a resolution to pass on the traditional art to young people with her own efforts. Li opened the Peking Opera class for free at her former workplace Liuzhou City Vocational College in 2004. The Peking Opera training was also held by Li in nearly 10 primary schools, colleges and children centers for free. Li said she just hoped the younger generation would like the Peking Opera. With a history of more than 200 years, Peking Opera is one of China's main traditional drama forms and on the UNESCO intangible cultural heritage list. The art combines instrumental music, vocal performance, mime, dance and acrobatics. (Xinhua/Li Hanchi)

Li Fusong (2nd R), 79, a retired teacher, directs Liang Keyuan, a girl coming from other city, to perform the Peking Opera at the children's center in Liuzhou City, south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Dec. 2, 2017. Li has been fond of the Peking Opera since childhood, but she didn't get the chance to learn the opera until her retirement in 1994. During her self-study in the following ten years, she found that most of the opera fans were just middle-aged and old people. She then made a resolution to pass on the traditional art to young people with her own efforts. Li opened the Peking Opera class for free at her former workplace Liuzhou City Vocational College in 2004. The Peking Opera training was also held by Li in nearly 10 primary schools, colleges and children centers for free. Li said she just hoped the younger generation would like the Peking Opera. With a history of more than 200 years, Peking Opera is one of China's main traditional drama forms and on the UNESCO intangible cultural heritage list. The art combines instrumental music, vocal performance, mime, dance and acrobatics. (Xinhua/Li Hanchi)

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