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4.4.2012

Beauty Etched in Time

For a few minutes, one of the University's conference halls turned into the Peony Pavilion where the scholar and the beauty compose their youth dream of love to the accompaniment of a Chinese instrumental ensemble. On 20 March, renowned kunqu artist Yu Jiulin (right) and Shen Fengying appeared in Cho Yiu Hall to perform an excerpt from 'Interrupted Dream' of The Peony Pavilion at the launch ceremony of the CUHK Kunqu Research and Promotion Project.

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