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Chinese modern ballet The Last Emperor performed in Vienna

By Fang Xiangsheng (Guangming Online)

15:46, October 10, 2012

(Guangming Online)

VIENNA, Oct. 8 (Guangming) -- Chinese modern ballet The Last Emperor was performed in Austria by Liaoning Ballet of China recently. This show told the story of China's last emperor's life in the form of modern ballet.

Former Austrian ambassador to China Wolfgang Wollte said that he was deeply attracted by the music and dance of The Last Emperor. He also pointed out that this performance reflected an achievement of the reform and opening-up of culture in China.

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