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Malan Flower Blooms Once Again during Week-long Holiday
   2016-09-30 10:11:27    CRIENGLISH.com      Web Editor: Xu

A classic children's drama 'Malan Flower', newly decorated with the in-theater 4D effect, is scheduled to meet audiences starting from October 1st, 2016.[Photo: CRIENGLISH.com]


 

A classic children's drama 'Malan Flower' is returning to the stage of the China National Theatre for Children starting from October 1st.

With the in-theater 4D effect, the newly-adapted drama will be on show all seven days during the week-long National Day Holiday.

Created in 1956, the drama 'Malan Flower' has undergone several adaptations.

The Chinese folktale accompanied the growth of numerous children, and is memorized by many Chinese as a childhood treasure. It indicates to the young audiences that hard work leads to happiness.

The story is about a young girl named Xiao Lan who is happily married to the god of flowers, Ma Lang, who had a magic Malan flower, which could materialize people's wishes.

Meanwhile, a drama which interprets three Chinese idiom stories including "Lose the Axe and Suspect the Neighbor" will soon go on stage at the theatre in Beijing, also starting from October 1st.

The China National Theatre for Children believes that drama is an easy-to-understand approach for young children to learn about idioms.

The drama will be performed throughout the National Day holiday.

But, the fun doesn't end when the National Day holidays end. Popular drama "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" is scheduled to meet audiences afterwards.

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