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Foshan, China, March 28, 2009, the Lunar New Year March 3, is the birthday of Foshan temple of God, Foshan Cantonese Opera performances on the stage of the temple in Foshan, to celebrate the birthday of God, Cantonese opera has attracted a lot of Foshan public to seeFoshan people enjoyed watching operas, the birthplace of Cantonese opera to Foshan.
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Cantonese opera, Han Chinese local opera originated in Foshan, popular in Guangdong Province, Guangxi Province, Hong Kong, Macao, Southeast Asia and other regions.Residence to a foreign country as Cantonese, Cantonese opera has become the world's most widely circulated local operas in place of the Chinese people there are Cantonese, September 30, 2009, Cantonese opera by the UNESCO certainly included in the human non-intangible cultural heritage.
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