6 Days Small-group Beijing, Xian, Shanghai Boutique China Tour in High-speed Train
- Private Tour
Hike the Great Wall at Mutianyu and enter the Forbidden City then excite for all the highlights in Beijing, explore the Big Wild Goose Pagoda and visit an army of Terracotta Warriors in Xi'an then overlook the metropolitan city on the Oriental Pearl TV Tower concluding your adventure in Shanghai, the Paris of the East. Enjoy an in-depth sightseeing experience over six days with this comprehensive Beijing, Xian, Shanghai city tour. With a knowledgeable guide, feast your eyes with major attractions and experience Chinese high-speed train.
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Day 1 Beijing
Our tour guide and driver will pick you up from the hotel in the morning. You'll start your tour from historic Tiananmen Square where the famous Chairman Mao's portrait is hanging on the wall of the Gate of Heavenly Peace. Walking across the square, visit Forbidden City, the world's largest imperial palace with 9,999 imperial chambers, home to 24 emperors in the Ming and Qing dynasties. Your tour guide will help you explore carefully selected places in the Forbidden City.
Afterwards, visit a silk factory then explore the Temple of Heaven where the emperors used to pray for rain and good harvests. After lunch, explore the famous imperial garden at the Summer Palace and walk around the most beautiful part of the palace--Kunming Lake, then visit a pearl factory.
P.S. It is compulsory to have your passport to enter Forbidden City.
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Day 2 Beijing
The tour guide and driver will pick you up from the hotel in the morning. You are taken a jade factory to learn jade culture, then move to Ming Tombs(Changling), the ancient burial site for third emperor Zhudi in Ming Dynasty, you can visit grand architectures and some excavated relics from tombs. After visiting, head to Mutianyu Great Wall and avoid the stifling crowds and get a better view. Choose to either hike or use the cable car to get a bird's eye of steep ridges densely covered with green trees and bushes.
On our way back to downtown, we will stop at a tea ceremony and sip some tea before having another stop at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Park for an exterior tour of the striking structures of the Bird's Nest and Water Cube.
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Day 3 Beijing-Xi'an by Bullet Train
The tour guide and driver will pick you up from the hotel in the morning and send you to the train station to catch a high-speed train to Xi'an (about 6 hours). Later, you'll have a field trip to the Xi'an City Wall which is the most complete city wall in China as well as one of the largest ancient military defensive systems in the world. You can walk or even choose to ride on a bicycle on the wall for better views. Afterwards, start your exciting trip to Muslim Street which is full of local cuisines, so you can have the opportunity of sampling different dishes at your own expense.
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Day 4 Xi'an
The tour guide and driver will pick you up from the hotel in the morning, then you visit the Terracotta Warriors at first, you will see three pits as well as the exhibition hall of the chariots and horses. The museum and the mausoleum are listed as the world's cultural legacies by the UNESCO. After lunch, visit Big Wild Goose Pagoda, which is restored Buddhist scriptures brought from India by prominent monk Xuanzang. Afterwards, you are sent back to the hotel.
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Day 5 Xi'an-Shanghai by Bullet Train
The driver and tour guide will pick you up from the hotel in the morning and send you to the railway station to catch a bullet train to Shanghai (around 6 hours). Upon arrival, the driver and tour guide in Shanghai will pick you up from the railway station. Then walk towards Nanjing Road, first commercial street in Shanghai and wander on the Bund to appreciate the unique European-style architecture.
Take some time to have a delicious local meal before being sent back to your hotel.
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Day 6 Shanghai
The tour guide and driver will pick you up from the hotel in the morning. Start off by visiting the Jade Buddha Temple which has exquisite jade Buddha sent from Myanmar by sea. Later, move to Yu Garden which acclaim the elegant pavilions, villas, lotus pond and bridges inside the garden. Later, explore local souvenirs and authentic food at City God Temple Bazaar. Afterwards, take an elevator up to the main sightseeing floor with 263 meters high of Oriental Pearl TV Tower and take the challenge to enjoy a breathtaking and great view for the Huangpu River and buildings on both sides of the river. Your tour ends from here and you are sent back to the hotel.
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Beijing Airport Pickup
Peking Roast Duck
$55 For 1 people
Peking duck, also known as Peking Roasted Duck or Beijing Kaoya, is a dish of great antiquity from Beijing that can trace back to the imperial era. Nowadays, Peking Duck had become one of the specialties of the capital and a national symbol of China, favored by tourists and diplomats alike. For instance, Henry Kissinger, the former Secretary of State of the United States, came to savor this cate, during his two visits to China in 1971 and in 1976. It has also been a favorite delicacy for various political leaders ranging from Cuban Fidel Castro to former German chancellor Helmut Kohl.
The delicacy is characterized by its crisp skin shining date-red in color and tender texture, with authentic versions serving mostly the skin and little meat, sliced in front of the diners by the cook. The hot Peking Roast Duck will be brought to the dining table by the chef where he will slice it into more than 100 thin flakes, each having its piece of crispy skin. The meat is often eaten with spring onion, cucumber and sweet bean sauce with pancake rolled around the fillings. Sometimes pickled radish is also inside, and other sauces can be used. The remaining duck with meat and bones can be cooked in three ways. The traditional way is to be cooked into a broth. The meat together with bones can also be stir-fried with sweet bean sauce, or rapidly sautéed and served with salt and Sichuan pepper.
Besides the traditional one, many restaurants offer an All Duck Banquet - various dishes cooked with the offal and juices of the duck, surrounding the main dish. It will be sure to give you satisfaction and enjoyment when dining.
Duck has been roasted in China since the Southern and Northern Dynasties(386-589). Up until the Southern Song Dynasty (1127-1279), ducks were roasted in the area around Jinling (ancient name for Nanjing). A variation of roast duck was prepared for the Emperor of China in the Yuan dynasty(1271-1368). The Peking Roast Duck that came to be associated with the term was fully developed during the later Ming dynasty when the rulers moved their capital city to Beijing from Jinling and by then, Peking Duck was one of the main dishes on imperial court menus and was highly regarded by emperors and other members of the ruling classes. By the Qianlong Period (1736–1796) of the Qing dynasty, the popularity of Peking Duck spread to the upper classes. The first restaurant specializing in Peking Duck, Bianyifang, was established in the Xianyukou, close to Qianmen of Beijing in 1416.
Raising the duck
Newborn ducks are raised specially in a free range environment for the first 45 days of their lives, and force fed 4 times a day for the next 15–20 days, resulting in ducks that weigh 5–7 kg. The force-feeding of the ducks led to an alternate name for the animal, Peking Stuffed Duck.
Seasoning the duck
A suitable fattened White Beijing Ducks are slaughtered, plucked, eviscerated and rinsed thoroughly with water. Air is pumped under the skin through the neck cavity to separate the skin from the fat. The duck is then plunged in boiling water for 1 to 5 minutes, then hung to dry. This will tighten the skin and help the duck to achieve its traditional crispy texture. The duck is then glazed with a layer of potentially spiced and flavored maltose syrup. A marinade of traditional flavorings, including soy sauce and five-spice powder, and more maltose, is then applied inside the body cavity. This will flavor the duck during the next step. The duck is then left to dry for between 24 hours and several days in a cool, dry place, which allows the skin to crisp while roasting.
Roasting the duck
Hitherto, there are two traditional schools of cuisine for the duck cooking, namely closed oven and hung oven.
Peking duck is originally roasted in a conventional closed oven, allowing the meat to be slowly cooked through the convection of heat within the oven. Controlling the fuel and the temperature is the main skill. In closed-oven style, duck meat is combined well with the fat under the skin, and therefore is juicy and tender.
The hung oven, also known as open oven, was developed in the imperial kitchens during the Qing Dynasty. It is designed to roast up to 20 ducks at the same time with an open fire fueled by fruit hardwood from peach or pear trees. The ducks are hung on hooks above the fire and roasted at a temperature of 270 °C (525 °F) for 30–40 minutes. While the ducks are roasting, the chef may use a pole to dangle each duck closer to the fire for 30-second intervals. By the means of hung oven, the fat is usually melted during the cooking process, so the skin is more crispy.
The initial technique has been perpetuated by very few restaurants among which the household name Bianyi Fang is the representative. The second method is relatively well-known and used with great success by the notable Quan Ju De Restaurant, first established in 1864, which won the China Renowned Trademark as well./uploads/main/litimg/20150820/20150820165034.jpg /uploads/main/litimg/2019-03-22/5c9498d6dc4c7.jpg,/uploads/main/litimg/2019-03-22/5c9498d6dd7da.jpg,/uploads/main/litimg/2019-03-22/5c9498d6deebd.jpg,/uploads/main/litimg/2019-03-22/5c9498d6e01d0.jpg,/uploads/main/litimg/2019-03-22/5c9498d6e14e3.jpg,/uploads/main/litimg/2019-03-22/5c9498d6e2f97.jpg 55,48,40,38,35,35,35,35,35,30
$45 For 1 people
Hot pot, and the less common Chinese fondue, refer to several East Asian varieties of stew, is ke consisting of a simmering metal pot of stock at the center of the dining table. While the hot pot .is kept simmering, ingredients are placed into the pot and are cooked at the table. Typical hot pot dishes include thinly sliced meat, leafy vegetables, mushrooms, wontons, egg dumplings, and seafood. The cooked food is usually eaten with a dipping sauce. In many areas, hot pot meals are often eaten inn the winter.
The Chinese hot pot boasts a history of more than 1,000 years.While often called "Mongolian hot pot", it is unclear if the dish actuall originated in Mongolia. Mongol warriors had been known to cook with their helmets, which they used to boil food, but due to the complexity and specialization of the utensils and the method of eating, hot pot cooking is much better suited to a sedentary culture. A nomadic household will avoid such highly specialized tools to save volume and weight during migration. Both the preparation method and the required equipment are unknown in the cuisine of Mongolia of today.
Hot pot cooking seems to have spread to northern China during the Tang Dynasty (AD 618-906). In time, regional variations developed with different ingredients such as seafood. By Qing Dynasty, hot pot had become popular throughout most of China. Today in many modern homes, particularly in big cities, the traditional coal-heated hot pot has been replaced by electric,gas or electromagnetic cooker versions.
Because hot pot styles change so much from region to region, many different ingredients are used.
Chinese Kungfu Show
$45 For 1 people
The Legend of Kungfu is a Live performance presented by China Heaven Creation International Performing Arts Co., Ltd. (CHC) -- China's leading performance art production company, every night at Red Theatre. A group of the best Kung Fu practitioners of China are collected and the best directors and designers of the country are invited by CHC.
The show is about storytelling that a little boy from a very poor family whose mother was unable to provide for him and decided to send her son to a temple to be a monk and learn kungfu. The diligent student monk was initiated into the temple, learning Buddhism and Kungfu. The theme of the story is full of trials and tribulation of being a monk and the worldly temptations through his monkhood. He had a hard time getting used to the strict discipline of the temple and could not restrain his natural desire to chase a young beauty, so he suffered great regret and losing his way to self-cultivation. He punished himself severely and finally came back full circle to be the temple, attaining enlightenment. He became interested in the unbelievable power of Kung Fu, in which he must face many obstacles both from this world and his own mind to overcome his fears.
The fusion of modern dance with Chinese traditional martial arts makes this performance unique and spectacular, presenting stunning Kung Fu skills, exquisite ballet, splendid acrobatics and wonderful music, along with brilliant stage scenery, acoustic and light effect. With no speaking of the actors, there is an electronic screen displaying the show's subtitles in English above the stage to keep you informed of the storyline. After the show, the audience can also take photos with the main actors.
The show made its first appearance on the Beijing stage in July 15th, 2004. Ever since it has received numerous awards and become a world-class spectacle known around the world. If you are an enthusiast of Chinese Kung Fu, who would like to explore the real Chinese martial arts and culture, you definitely should not miss this excellent show of the prestigious Chinese Kung Fu.
China has one of the longest histories of continuously recorded martial arts tradition in the world. The Chinese Kung Fu is popular terms with Chinese martial arts, tracing its origins back some 4000 years ago to self-defense needs, hunting activities and military training in ancient China. In the long course of development, the Kung fu's purpose from self-defense to health maintenance and finally as method of self-cultivation. Kung Fu requires of the practitioner a strict code of physical and mental discipline. A common saying concerning basic training in Chinese martial arts is as follows: Train both Internal and External. External training includes the hands, the eyes, the body and stances. Internal training includes the heart, the spirit, the mind, breathing and strength. In addition, philosophy, ethics and even medical practice are highly regarded by most Chinese martial arts, which provides insight into Chinese attitudes and culture./uploads/main/litimg/2019-04-26/5cc25e0db7185.gif /uploads/main/litimg/2019-03-22/5c947c5895400.jpg,/uploads/main/litimg/2019-03-22/5c947c5896ae3.jpg,/uploads/main/litimg/2019-03-22/5c947c5897df6.jpg,/uploads/main/litimg/2019-03-22/5c947c58994d9.jpg,/uploads/main/litimg/2019-03-22/5c947c589a7ec.jpg,/uploads/main/litimg/2019-03-22/5c947c589becf.jpg 45,45,45,45,45,45,45,45,45,45 98,98,98,98,98,98,98,98,98,98
Xian Bell Tower and Drum Tower
$29 For 1 people
In Chinese history from Ming Dynasty, each city had a bell tower and a drum tower. The bell was sounded at dawn and the drum at dusk each day in ancient time. Xian was not an exception. The Bell Tower and Drum Tower of Xi'an date back to the Ming dynasty (1368-1644). Atop the Bell Tower you will have a panoramic view of the Xian City; atop the Drum Tower you will have a bird's eye view of the Muslim Quarters.
The Drum Tower is located northwest of the Bell TowerXian across the Bell and Drum Tower Square. Both of them are called the 'sister buildings' or 'morning bell and dark drum'. In ancient China, especially from the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368), the drums were used to signal the running of time and on occasion were used as an alarm in emergency situations.
The Drum Tower, located northwest of the Bell Tower, was originally built in 1380 during the early Ming Dynasty and renovated twice in Qing Dynasty. Drum Tower got its name because of the huge drum situated within the tower, which wasat sunset to indicate the end of the day and also used as an alarm in emergency situations. The Bell Tower was constructed in the panel structure with two storey posts. There is also a Drum Museum inside the Drum Tower, where there are a large variety of drums.
In modern times, the Drum Tower is not used as a timer any more, but there are some new attractions for visitors to enjoy. In the year of 1996, a new drum, covered by a whole piece of cowhide was given a place on the Tower. It is the biggest drum in China at present. What is more, visitors will enjoy musical performances inside it.
The Bell Tower, is a stately traditional building, that marks the geographical center of the ancient capital. From this important landmark extend East, South, West and North Streets, connecting the Tower to the East, South, West and North Gates of the City Wall of the Ming Dynasty.
The Bell Tower was constructed in 1384 during the early Ming Dynasty and it is one of the grandest in China. Structured by brick and timber, the Bell Tower was built to be as high as 40 meters with an occupation of 1,377 square meters. The Bell Tower is a masterpiece of Ming styled architectures with its three layers of eaves decorated with dark green glazed tiles and gold-plating on the roof. Gilded color paintings and beautiful engravings make the Bell Tower more stylish.
Today, Bell Tower can only be accessed from the entrance on Bei Dajie where visitors have to purchase their tickets. To the west of the Bell Tower is the Drum Tower. This is a smaller building, locateda busy street which is full of street traders and hawkers.marks the entrance to the city's Muslimisinteresting area to walk around and have a look. You will feel as if you are in a "city within a city" and the streets around this district leading to the Mosque are like a small village filled with people selling all kinds of things./uploads/main/litimg/20170330/20170330200343.jpg /uploads/main/allimg/20170330/20170330200343.jpg,/uploads/main/allimg/20170330/20170330200356.jpg,/uploads/main/allimg/20170330/20170330200407.jpg,/uploads/main/allimg/20170330/20170330200417.jpg,/uploads/main/allimg/20170330/20170330200427.jpg,/uploads/main/allimg/20170330/20170330200435.jpg,/uploads/main/allimg/20170330/20170330200447.jpg,/uploads/main/allimg/20170330/20170330200457.jpg,/uploads/main/allimg/20170330/20170330200505.jpg 29,29,27,27,26,26,25,25,24,22
The Tang Dynasty Show
$70 For 1 people
Xian (with history name as Changan), in the long history of China, there are altogether 13 dynasties built as capital. In which the peak dynasty Tang ( from 618 to 907) is like a colorful painting and a brilliant book, fully show the prosperous brilliance of Chinese ancient civilization. The Tang Dynasty Music and Dance Show is on behalf of the peak culture of the most prosperous Tang Dynasty.
The Tang Dynasty Music and Dance Show gathers all the best-doings of Dance and Music from previous history, with essence of culture from western religions and foreign exotics, full shows a greetings from hundreds of nations, fusions from multi-nations and peak at folk and custom. The dance and music in Tang dynasty is momentous, meanwhile the state is quite magnificent, concentrating poem songs with singing, drum and bell into lightening music and romantic dance. The melody is very high-pitched, the acting is quite smooth, and costume is quite splendorous, everything is ranked as the toppest. The Tang Dynasty Music and Dance Show depict the peak of prosperous and peaceful Dynasty Tang. We are dedicatedly expecting the performance, not only bring to your best enjoyment in visual and sound, but also a good memory to you of the brilliant and long Chinese history.
The Tang Dynasty Show
The Tang Dynasty Music and Dance Show is performed by the "Tang Dynasty Song & Dance Troupe", a branch of the "Shaanxi Provincial Song & Dance Troupe". This type of performance has been valued as a national art that reflects the glory and richness of the Tang Dynasty era.
The Tang Dynasty Music and Dance Show has its roots in folk fetes, when dances were first performed by people as part of rituals of prayer for a good harvest or a better life. Over thousands of years, the dances developed from a few simple postures or gestures to become delicate and artistic reaching a peak during the Tang Dynasty. The show presented today is a recreation of a traditional entertainment attributable to a great variety of historical records and relics. The Tang Dynasty Music and Dance Show has now become a classic entertainment that has been warmly appreciated by audiences running into hundreds of thousands for more than twenty years. The production has toured many cities in China as well as numerous foreign countries such as Japan, Russia, Korea, Singapore, Norway, Denmark, etc.
The show includes eight classical programs, namely the Melody of Longevity of the Emperor, White Ramie Cloth Costume Dance, Da Nuo Dance, Rainbow Skirt and the Feathered Coat Dance, Battling Dance of the King of Qin, Song of Spring Outing, Oriole Singing in Spring, and Ta Ge Dance. Among them, the Oriole Singing in Spring performed by the famous panpipe master Gao Ming is the peak.
The Tang Dynasty Show
In addition to appreciating the wonderful performance, you can also enjoy the delicious meals provided at the Tang Dynasty Palace./uploads/main/litimg/20161220/20161220161957.jpg /uploads/main/litimg/20161220/20161220161955.jpg,/uploads/main/litimg/20161220/20161220161957.jpg,/uploads/main/litimg/20161220/20161220162000.jpg,/uploads/main/litimg/20161220/20161220162005.jpg,/uploads/main/litimg/20161220/20161220162007.jpg,/uploads/main/litimg/20161220/20161220162011.jpg,/uploads/main/litimg/20161220/20161220162013.jpg,/uploads/main/litimg/20161220/20161220162016.jpg,/uploads/main/litimg/20161220/20161220162033.jpg 70,70,70,70,70,70,70,70,70,70 88,88,88,88,88,88,88,88,88,88
Shanghai Airport Drop-off
City God Temple Bazaar
$15 For 1 people
The City God Temple of Shanghai (Chinese: 城隍庙; pinyin: Chénghuángmiào)  is a temple in the old city of Shanghai, China, and is today the central feature of a large retail and entertainment district. The temple is colloquially known in Shanghai as the "Old City God Temple", in reference to a later, "New City God Temple" which no longer exists.
Regardless of size, many walled cities in ancient China contained a temple dedicated to one or more immortal or god as the spirit(s) or protector(s) of the city.
The City God Temple in Shanghai originated as the Jinshan God Temple, dedicated to the spirit of Jinshan, or "Gold Mountain", an island off the coast of Shanghai. It was converted into a City God Temple in 1403, during the Yongle era of the Ming dynasty.
During the Qing Dynasty, the temple grew popular. Residents of the old city as well as nearby areas visited the temple to pray for good fortune and peace. The temple reached its largest extent in the Daoguang era. The popularity of the temple also led to many business to be set up in the area, turning the surrounding streets into a busy marketplace.
In 1951, the Board of Trustees of the City God Temple was dissolved, and the temple was handed over to the Shanghai Taoist Association that converted it into a Taoist center. The institution made changes to the temple, removing statues representing folk Underworld personalities such as Yama, the judge of the dead, and placing an emphasis on Taoist spirituality instead.
During the Cultural Revolution, the temple was closed down and used for other purposes. For many years, the main hall was a jewellery shop. In 1994, the temple was restored to its former use as a temple, with resident Taoist priests. The Temple, together with nearby Yuyuan Garden and the surrounding streets, are now part of a large pedestrian zone dedicated to restaurants and retail.
The present structure was re-built in the 1930s during the Republic of China era in the traditional style, following two fires that destroyed the building. The main halls, however, are built with reinforced concrete.
A second complete restoration took place between 2005 and 2006. In October 2006 the place of worship was reopened and reconsecrated by Taoist clergymen./uploads/main/litimg/2019-04-19/5cb9a6e0ecbfe.jpg /uploads/main/litimg/2019-04-19/5cb9a6e0ef224.jpg,/uploads/main/litimg/2019-04-19/5cb9a6e118519.jpg,/uploads/main/litimg/2019-04-19/5cb9a6e14931c.jpg,/uploads/main/litimg/2019-04-19/5cb9a6e17f13b.jpg,/uploads/main/litimg/2019-04-19/5cb9a6e1b43e9.jpg,/uploads/main/litimg/2019-04-19/5cb9a6e1e8383.jpg 15,10,10,10,10,10,9,9,8,7
Huangpu River Cruise
$72 For 1 people
It divided into day cruise and night cruise. Night cruise has become the most distinctive tourist project. You can see both banks of the Huangpu River on this cruise. The style of buildings along the bank are various, take 50-minute to relax and have a panoramic view of breathtaking modern skyscrapers and Chinese ancient quaint bridges under the reflection of colorful lights, which forms an awe-inspiring sight in front of our eyes. And you can explore the newly developed business district at Lujiazui.
The cruise will open from 11:00 am to 21:30 pm every day.
Visitors can choose the following schedules: 11:00, 12:00, 13:00, 14:00, 14:30, 15:00, 15:30, 16:00, 16:30, 17:00, 18:00, 18:30, 18:45, 19:00, 19:15, 19:30, 19:45, 20:00, 20:15, 20:30, 20:45, 21:00, 21:15, 21:30 (Schedules will do some adjustment based on the season, time, water of level and other factors).
Ps: Ticket is free for children under 13 years old.
Shanghai Acrobatic Show
$72 For 1 people
Chinese Acrobatics is one of the oldest performing arts. Its history can be traced back to Neolithic times. It is believed that acrobatics grew out of labor and self-defense skills, which people practiced and demonstrated during their leisure time. The early performance is "walking on three-meter-high stilts while juggling seven gaggers". Then it developed into an entire art formTogether with the developing economy, acrobatics is also evolving into a kind of performing art. It became well known worldwide while performances are presented along the Silk Road. In Europe and North America, Chinese acrobatic performances always attract large audiences.
Many acrobatic shows come from the art performance of living skills and labor skills. Acrobatic show has a history of over 2000 years in China. It is named as “Baixi” in Han dynasty, “sanle” in Sui and Tang Dynasty, named as Acrobatic after Tang and Song dynasty in order to differentiate from acts in other forms.
There are nine specialties in acrobatic.
Acrobatic pays lot of attentions on leg and waist training. Since ancient, Chinese acrobat focus on the position “top”. There are many “Stand on one’s head”, and “somersault” depicted in ancient fresco and earthenwares. For Chinese acrobatic, including actor of ancient show, he should has very deep Kung Fu foundation.
“Stable” out of “steep” while “move” is out of “stable” are both for showing a very quiet and accurate hard skill. Such as walking on the steel rod which require all actions for stable. The moving bench and ladder, one after another, but needs the man on the top find the stable from the move and it require a stable head, super skill, and hard training . It shows fully the super skill of our mankind conquering danger and difficulties.
“Unique” is out of the “usual”. From none to everything, it fully shows our mankind creating the world. Different from western magic, which focus on colorful stage property, Chinese magic only needs very simple property. From cuisine to fish and bird alive, a simple long sleeve gown can turn out everything. Or one somersault can turn into a firing bronze basin or another one for a fish bowl with water and fish.
Hard and soft Kung Fu combines. Kicking is mostly acted by women. The actor lies and kick thing including wine jar, colorful bowl, clock, tables, ladder, wooden pole, wooden plate, drum and bell, from weightless umbrella to heavy living persons. Things kicked is rotating quickly, jumping back and forth. From the smooth vase to heavy wooden desk, everything is kicked so quickly only for image, not for picture.
Super power and Nimble dexterous somersault combines. According to history record, the seat for human pyramid is quite amazing. Previously history record, 18 men seats on one man while 6 men seats on one man both appeared. Over a thousand jin including eight men seats on one man fully show the program well. The traditional “ Pulling the bow” and “playing with knife” are both heavy-loaded hard Kung Fu.
There are a great amount of living utensils and labor instruments used in the acrobatic show including bowl, plate, altar, handleless cup, rod, whip, fork, pole, ladder, desk, chair, umbrella and cap. Those normal things is changeable in the hands of acrobatic, fully exhibited a close tie between labor life with Chinese acrobatic show.
Simple arts and body arts combine. “playing fun with altar”, “rotating plate” combine both Porcelain painting with traditional Chinese acrobatic. In the kicking show, the colorful umbrella and colorful peddle the same offer feeling of ancient aesthetics.
Chinese acrobatic is quite accommodated in different style and various places. From market, theatre, lane, room with place of hundreds of people to only one, Chinese acrobatic is fit for any places with thousands years of history.
Chinese acrobatic has an intimate heritage tradition. One generation after another generation, regional, blood-related and sister arts, previous acrobats are always inherited and passed around./uploads/main/litimg/20161227/20161227144509.jpg /uploads/main/litimg/20161227/20161227144509.jpg,/uploads/main/litimg/20161227/20161227144527.jpg,/uploads/main/litimg/20161227/20161227144539.jpg,/uploads/main/litimg/20161227/20161227144548.jpg,/uploads/main/litimg/20161227/20161227144611.jpg,/uploads/main/litimg/20161227/20161227144625.jpg,/uploads/main/litimg/20161227/20161227144654.jpg,/uploads/main/litimg/20161227/20161227144712.jpg,/uploads/main/litimg/20161227/20161227144730.jpg 72,72,72,72,72,72,72,72,72,70 105,105,105,105,105,105,105,105,105,100
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