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‘Turandot’ – Isn’t It Time To Retire This Piece Of Misogynistic Yellowface?

That’s pretty much the tenor of this essay by Rob Buscher, Festival Director of the Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival, on the blog of Opera Philadelphia, which just completed a run of Puccini’s final work.
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