FEATURED BELOW, IS A MIAO (HMONG) ETHNIC GROUP IN CHINA.

WE HAVE MIAO (MYAUNG, MUN) PEOPLE IN BURMA. MANY MIAO PEOPLE IN VIETNAM AND LAOS. SOME IN THAILAND AND CAMBODIA. THERE ARE BIG MIAO COMMUNITIES IN MINNESOTA, WISCONSIN, AND CALIFORNIA.

Video: The Sky Is Blue CCTV News – CNTV English

http://english.cntv.cn/program/newsupdate/20110202/106901.shtml

Video: Happy Song and Dance – Tibetan Ethnic Group CCTV News – CNTV English

http://english.cntv.cn/program/newsupdate/20110203/100485.shtml

Video: Beautiful Girls – Zhuang Ethnic Group CCTV News – CNTV English

http://english.cntv.cn/program/newsupdate/20110203/100497.shtml

Video: Dolan Maxrap – Uygur Ethnic Group CCTV News – CNTV English

http://english.cntv.cn/program/newsupdate/20110203/100484.shtml

Video: Flower-counting Tune – Hui Ethnic Group CCTV News – CNTV English

http://english.cntv.cn/program/newsupdate/20110203/100498.shtml

IN BURMA, THE HUI PEOPLE ARE KNOWN AS “PANTHAY’S” (AKA CHINESE MUSLIMS)

2011 CCTV Spring Festival Gala 01 CCTV News – CNTV English

http://english.cntv.cn/english/special/01/20110203/100063.shtml

2011 CCTV Spring Festival Gala 03 CCTV News – CNTV English

http://english.cntv.cn/english/special/01/20110203/100359.shtml

2011 CCTV Spring Festival Gala 04 CCTV News – CNTV English

http://english.cntv.cn/english/special/01/20110203/100466.shtml

2011 CCTV Spring Festival Gala 05 CCTV News – CNTV English

http://english.cntv.cn/english/special/01/20110203/100546.shtml

YouTube – Millions watch CCTV New Year Gala CCTV News

Every year China Central Television the channel you’re watching brings together well-known performers in music, dance, comedy, and drama to celebrate lunar new year in the Spring Festival Gala.

It began in 1983 and has since been the most watched variety show in China for 28 years. Mike Patterson has the story.

The theme of Wednesday’s Spring Festival Gala on CCTV is Family Reunion, a common desire among Chinese at this time of the year.

The show opened with a song and dance performance featuring families gathering to celebrate the new year. Titled Going Home For Spring festival, it created a joyous and festive atmosphere on stage.

Watching CCTV’s Spring Festival Gala is now a Chinese Lunar New Year’s eve tradition. It is seen by millions of Chinese at home and abroad, it even creates new Superstars each year.

The varied tastes of the audience and China’s vast cultural mix are reflected in the myriad of entertainment genres featured in the program.

A Chinese comedy genre called Cross Talk, along with short sketches regularly earn the most laughs each year.

And then there are the ever popular acrobats and jugglers, performing deft maneuvers as if by magic.

Drawn from among China’s more than 50 ethnic groups, performers costumes are colorful and often dazzling.

While the Spring Festival Gala is far from the only option to celebrate the dawning of a new year, it continues to be the choice for most Chinese people.

Information provided by cctv.com Thank you http://www.cctv.com

YouTube – Peking Opera performance wows audience CCTV News

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TGwwVjYWGR0


Among the many Chinese New Year celebrations, perhaps the one seasonal presentation that can’t be missed is a performance of Peking Opera. The Mei Lanfang Grand Theater is a venue providing a wide selection of local operas. An evening opera gala recently brought together multiple generations of artists that performed to a packed house.

Peking Opera buffs of all ages swarmed into the theater, braving the sub-freezing temperature outside.

They were here for the big opera night, consisting of classic Peking Opera arias by multiple generations of artists. Gracing the stage were including Mei Baojiu, Feng Zhixiao, Ye Shaolan, Li Weikang and Geng Qichang.


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