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Abstract: The signature dances of the mountain-dwelling indigenous people of the Cordillera region in the Philippines circulate nationally and internationally as emblematic of Filipino culture, even as the diverse cultures of origin have been increasingly subjected to economic, political, and...
Abstract: Unlike other traditional performances that were brought to the island by its Chinese immigrants, gezaixi , also known as Taiwanese opera, is purely and proudly "made in Taiwan." With its popularity, gezaixi made its way across the Taiwan Strait to southeastern China in the 1920s and...
Abstract: Tōzumō (Chinese Sumo Wrestling), Tōjin kodakara (The Chinese Man's Precious Sons), and Chasanbai (An International Marriage Problem) are the only three surviving plays labeled as "Chinese character plays" in today's kyōgen repertoire. The plays are of significant value for their rare...
Abstract: This report is a descriptive narrative of the events during the University of the Philippines (UP) Sarsuwela Festival 2009. The centerpiece of the festival was the series of sarsuwela performances staged in February. The sarsuwela , a Philippine traditional theatre form, served as a...
Abstract: Over a total of thirteen weeks, the authors accompanied Professor Ye Mingsheng of Fuzhou, Fujian Province, and his graduate student Huang Jianxing on a survey of Chinese string, rod, and glove puppetry. Covering thirteen provinces and municipalities, they documented rehearsals and...
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