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They were playing opera in Shanghai two centuries before Christ

From the Shanghai Daily: The Gushan Pavilion at the Zhejiang Museum is displaying a series of Jin Dynasty carved bricks, through September 17. The bricks and other exhibits tell the story of the short but powerful dynasty. The first section introduces a local opera named sanyue???). It originated in the Qin Dynasty (221-206 BC), when […]
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