to carry forward the great spirit of the long march and the national spirit, and a strong incentive of cadres and the masses of all ethnic groups in the province building rich civilized and harmonious new Qinghai beautiful spirit and confidence, the 80 anniversary of the victory of the long march of provincial Party Committee Propaganda Department organized a Red Army Memorial folk art team repertoire of outstanding performances activities, to mobilize the masses to participate in the commemoration, realize the self education. The evening of August 30th, the activities of the people in the Central Plaza in Xining big stage officially launched.

to start the ceremony, Xining city district folk art team for more than a thousand spectators offered a combination of singing, dance, music, poetry and painting, as one of the intangible cultural heritage and creative exhibition — "Heritage Tour", demonstrating the Qinghai intangible cultural heritage and cultural charm, soulful expression of love, love the Communist Party the inheritance of Chinese traditional culture and sincere emotion.

it is reported that the performance of a total of 13 special arrangements, a total of four districts and counties in Xining, Haidong Prefecture, the folk art team of nearly 500 actors to participate in the performance of the group of 32. The various forms of Qinghai rich characteristics, the performance content closely around the 80 anniversary of the victory of Long March Memorial, highlighting the theme of "carrying forward the spirit of the Long March, the well-off society", through song and dance, drama, acrobatics, Qinghai "flowers", carry out the revolutionary tradition of Education and the education of ideal and belief is vivid, let the long march spirit and national spirit the people continuously, enduring. 13 performances will be on September in Xining city people stage debut.


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