Chinese acrobatics, known in Asia as the zaji (assorted talents), was already practiced at the highest level about 1000 years.
Chinese acrobatics, known in Asia as the zaji (assorted talents), was already practiced at the highest level about 1000 years. This is exemplified by the wall paintings and funerary objects archaeological. emperors worshiped the sport, but especially between X and seventeenth centuries as the acrobats have expanded their repertoire and created numbers that have become classics of modern acrobatics, such as Double dance the sword", the somersaults on stilts , the floating burner , Bonds for daggers above ...
Come see one of the most acclaimed acrobatic troupes from China to deliver a show recounting the tales and the magic of the country. This acrobatic show, offered nightly showcases contortionists that fold and unfold in all directions and jugglers with weapons but mostly throwing everyday objects: bowls, glasses, chairs, hats, vases in the air .. .
Location: Chaoyang Theatre
Hours: 17h15-first session second session 7:15 p.m.
Price: (prices vary depending on space)
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