Gui Opera came into being in
Ming and Qing Dynasties and became a popular art
form in Guilin and north regions to Guilin. Tourists
from Anhui Province introduced the Anhui Tune
in Guilin, and the Anhui Tune developed into Gui
Tune later. Melting with palace opera of Jingjiang
Palace and folk opera introduced by musicians
from palace in Ming dynasty, Gui Opera performed
in Guilin local dialect then formed with Gao,
Kun, Chui, Tan, and Za tunes. In 1950, Bracelet,
a show of the Gui Opera by Guilin Gui Opera Troupe
had won the second prize in performances and the
first prize in performer in China Opera Show.
The Legend of Concubine Yao, a new play by the
troupe, had been rewarded the Wenhua Prize by
China Cultural Administration.
Yunnan is a perfect showpiece of China's
many natural wonders, rugged, wild, and unspoiled. The province
is famed for its multitude of ethnic groups, of China's fifty-five
officially recognized ethnic minorities, twenty-five can be
found in Yunnan. Here visitors could find snow-capped mountains,
mysterious deep valleys, peaceful highland lakes, magnificent
Karst hills, tropical rainforests, and torrential rivers.
As the capital of China, Beijing is the
political, cultural, and intellectual center of the country.
Beijing has so much to offer travelers. The celebrated tourist
center is filled with historical highlights, the most well known
ones are: Great Wall, Forbidden City, Summer Palace, Temple
of Heaven, Ming Tombs...
Tibet Autonomous Region, a mystical land
called "the Roof of the World", more than 50 peaks in this area
are higher than 7,000 meters, and 11 peaks exceed 8,000 meters.
Mt. Everest - the world's highest peak is located in Tibet.
Tibet offers fabulous things to see, including unique Buddhist
monastery, breathtaking high-altitude lakes, stunning views
of the snow mountains and brilliant Tibetan culture.