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A boy's dream of female impersonator

(People's Daily Online)

08:17, April 27, 2012

Yi Changjiang, a Chinese boy born in 1990s, has a dream to be a successful female impersonator, a Dan in classical Peking Opera. Yi liked dancing and singing when in primary school. After taking the advice that he could develop his talent in Chinese opera, he started professional trainings from 2001. In 2005, Yi turned into a female impersonator and in order to make good performance, he usually observes women's behaviors and mentalities in daily life.

Edited and translated by Li Kunlun, People's Daily Online

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