Lu opera, also known as disguised dulcimer and Qin opera, is a national intangible cultural heritage. It is one of the eight major operas in China and the most .
Sichuan Opera, commonly known as Sichuan Opera, is mainly popular in the Han nationality areas of Sichuan, Chongqing, Yunnan and Guizhou provinces.
Hebei Bangzi is an important branch of Chinese Bangzi. It was formed in the reign of Daoguang (1821-1850) of Qing Dynasty, and entered a prosperous period in the early .
Qinqiang opera, also known as "Bangzi opera", is one of the oldest operas of the Han nationality in China. It originated in the Western Zhou Dynasty.
In the Yanhuai area north of the Yangtze River, witchcraft has been very popular since ancient times. Since the Ming and Qing Dynasties, there have been many folk. Huai Ju
Pingju, one of the traditional operas of the Han nationality, is popular in northern China. It is one of the most popular operas of the majority of the people and ranks among the. Ping Ju
Huangmei Opera, formerly known as huangmeidiao and Tea Picking Opera, originated from Huangmei in Hubei Province and developed stronger than Anqing in Anhui Province.. Huang Mei Xi
Yue Opera (Yu è J ù in Chinese Pinyin, Yue Opera in English) is the second largest type of opera in China. It is also known as Shaoxing opera. It is also known as "the most popular local opera". Yue Ju
Henan opera originated in the Central Plains (Kaifeng, Henan). Henan Opera is developed on the basis of Henan Bangzi. After the founding of the people's Republic of China. Yu Ju
Shanxi is one of the birthplaces of Chinese opera art. Puzhou opera, which appeared in the Ming Dynasty, has gradually developed into four types of opera in Shanxi: puju opera, Jinju opera, Beilu opera and Shangdang opera.. Jin Ju