Live: Unveil selected scenes ‘Uproar in Heaven’ of traditional Peking Opera repertoires

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“Uproar in Heaven” is a famous repertory in traditional Peking Opera, which tells the story of Sun Wukong, known as the Monkey King, who rebels against the Jade Emperor of heaven. It’s adapted from earlier episodes of the 16th-century Chinese novel “Journey to the West”. Join CGTN as the performers of the China National Peking Opera Company get ready for “Uproar in Heaven” selections from traditional Peking Opera repertoires. #NihaoPekingOpera

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