Quyi is a popular form of traditional Chinese theater, which brings together singing, storytelling, dance, and juggling. It features all sorts of characters: masculine (sheng) and feminine (dan), young and old, good and bad, serious and comical. The series of photographs by Jin Xin is not an illustration of the Chinese theater; rather, the photographer explores the soul of the...
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