LAO SHE TEAHOUSE PDF

All history played out throughout the entire play in this one single Teahouse setting, I had thought then that the set designer had a blissful day earning his pay haha! I realised now that, it is actually more challenging for the designer to portray the different times and seasons with just one set and setting! With hindsight it is easy to see how successful the Play was and the set designer in portraying the different times in the play. Although the setting is in the same tea house throughout the play and other than the protagonist of the play — the owner of the teahouse and some main characters, the words spoken and the other characters changes with times in the play; people come and go through this Teahouse discussing about the situations, about what facing their daily lives.

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However, this place has nothing to do with Lao She — the notable Chinese writer, novelist, and dramatist — himself. If you want to see items that actually relate to him, you can visit his house, which is now a historical site, in a hutong near the Forbidden City.

The Building Lao She Teahouse is located in Qianmen Street, covering a business area of 2, square meters 28, sq. Decorated mainly in a traditional Chinese style, it is simple and elegant with a Beijing-styled environment. Neatly arranged square tables, backrest chairs, palace lanterns hung from the ceiling, wooden tablets marked with a tea table on the counter, and paintings and calligraphy couplets hung on the wall make you feel like you are entering an old Beijing folk museum.

One reason is that it was the first modern teahouse after the reform and opening up of China, with the price of a big bowl of tea only costing two cents. Secondly, the well-known teahouse in Beijing was named after Lao She, who was one of the representatives of the Beijing-flavored culture. Thirdly, Lao She Teahouse embodies the flavor of Beijing, where not only can the tea be tasted but the culture can also be appreciated by visitors. A Wide Variety of Performances People there can enjoy splendid performances every day combined with outstanding folk arts, such as operas, acrobatics, magic, and face changing while enjoying famous tea, palace snacks, as well as traditional Beijing-style snacks.

Numerous celebrities both at home and abroad have visited Lao She Teahouse since it was founded, and it enjoys a high reputation in the world. It has been a window for exhibiting the national culture and a bridge that connects China with the rest of the world. The types of performances given at Lao She Teahouse are detailed below. Handeng Drumming Handeng drums are one of the folk arts of China. On top of the stick stand a number of lit candles and the bottom is decorated with colored tassels, each a drooping braid made with colorful feathers or silk.

On the one hand, drumming in this way increases the difficulty of performing; on the other hand, it adds to the visual effect of the show. Face Changing. It represents invisible, abstract feelings with visible, specific mask colors and designs.

Chinese Kung Fu Chinese kungfu includes kicks, blocks, and punches. It is a crystallization of the wisdom of Chinese martial arts. Beijing Opera Beijing Opera Actors. Peking opera or Beijing opera is the quintessence of Chinese performing arts, and has a history of years. It has a rich list of plays, artists, troupes, audiences, and wide influences, making it the foremost opera in China. Beijing opera is a comprehensive acting art. It blends singing, reading, acting, fighting, and dancing together to narrate stories, depict characters, and express thoughts and feelings of "happiness, anger, sorrow, joy, surprise, fear, and sadness".

Vocal Sound Effects Performers imitate sounds by using their mouths, teeth, lips, tongues, and throats. For example, the aircraft, artillery, and explosions of military battle scenes can be imitated vividly, which makes the audience feel like they are part of the scene.

Audiences enjoy the skill of the performers immensely. A Two-Man Comic Show A two-man comic show is a comic pairing in which humor is derived from the relationship between the two partners and use of props.

Shadow Play. Shadow Plays Shadow plays are an ancient and unique dramatic folk art, using a piece of white gauze as the screen. Shadow puppetry originated during the Western Han Dynasty 2, years ago. A shadow puppet performance involves projecting shadows of the paper dolls or puppets onto the screen, accompanied by music and singing, to show a dramatic story.

In the development of Chinese performing arts, shadow plays were probably the earliest form. There are comprehensive performances, including the Beijing Opera, folk arts, acrobatics, and magic. Booking two days in advance is required. The price for a performance is 60 to yuan and tea is included. The major difference in price is due to the distance from the stage and the refreshments included. Drinking Tea. Scented tea and green tea are the main teas, which are served mainly in cups and covered bowls.

There are about 20 kinds of tea and homemade biscuits.

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His father, who was a guard soldier, died in a street battle with the Eight-Nation Alliance Forces in the course of the Boxer Rebellion events in In the same year, he was accepted to Beijing Normal University and graduated in He was highly influenced by the May Fourth Movement He stated, "[The] May Fourth [Movement] gave me a new spirit and a new literary language. I am grateful to [The] May Fourth [Movement], as it allowed me to become a writer.

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Lao She Teahouse

However, this place has nothing to do with Lao She — the notable Chinese writer, novelist, and dramatist — himself. If you want to see items that actually relate to him, you can visit his house, which is now a historical site, in a hutong near the Forbidden City. The Building Lao She Teahouse is located in Qianmen Street, covering a business area of 2, square meters 28, sq. Decorated mainly in a traditional Chinese style, it is simple and elegant with a Beijing-styled environment. Neatly arranged square tables, backrest chairs, palace lanterns hung from the ceiling, wooden tablets marked with a tea table on the counter, and paintings and calligraphy couplets hung on the wall make you feel like you are entering an old Beijing folk museum. One reason is that it was the first modern teahouse after the reform and opening up of China, with the price of a big bowl of tea only costing two cents. Secondly, the well-known teahouse in Beijing was named after Lao She, who was one of the representatives of the Beijing-flavored culture.

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