Children Learn Nuo Dance in E China's Jiangxi

February 23, 2018  Editor: Liu Xiaochen
Teenagers practise Nuo dance in Shiyou Village of Sanxi Town in Nanfeng County, east China's Jiangxi Province, Feb. 21, 2018. Nuo dance used to be sacrificial rituals in ancient China to expel evil spirits and pray for good harvests. Ye Genming, an inheritor of Nuo dance, set up a teenager training class in Shiyou Village to carry on Nuo dance, which is reputed as "the living fossil of ancient Chinese dance". [Xinhua/Wan Xiang]
Ye Genming (L) helps a child putting on the mask of Nuo dance in Shiyou Village of Sanxi Town in Nanfeng County, east China's Jiangxi Province, Feb. 21, 2018. Nuo dance used to be sacrificial rituals in ancient China to expel evil spirits and pray for good harvests. Ye Genming, an inheritor of Nuo dance, set up a teenager training class in Shiyou Village to carry on Nuo dance, which is reputed as "the living fossil of ancient Chinese dance". [Xinhua/Wan Xiang]
Teenagers practise Nuo dance in Shiyou Village of Sanxi Town in Nanfeng County, east China's Jiangxi Province, Feb. 21, 2018. Nuo dance used to be sacrificial rituals in ancient China to expel evil spirits and pray for good harvests. Ye Genming, an inheritor of Nuo dance, set up a teenager training class in Shiyou Village to carry on Nuo dance, which is reputed as "the living fossil of ancient Chinese dance". [Xinhua/Wan Xiang]
Teenagers have a rest when practising Nuo dance in Shiyou Village of Sanxi Town in Nanfeng County, east China's Jiangxi Province, Feb. 21, 2018. Nuo dance used to be sacrificial rituals in ancient China to expel evil spirits and pray for good harvests. Ye Genming, an inheritor of Nuo dance, set up a teenager training class in Shiyou Village to carry on Nuo dance, which is reputed as "the living fossil of ancient Chinese dance". [Xinhua/Wan Xiang]

 

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