Chinese Dance Part 2

This Site bring You Episode 11 โ€“ 20 of Chinese Dance. For all Episodes look inside the HasenChat TV Navigation on the Top of this Page. Click on the Play Button and watch Chinese Dance Music Videos with Chinese Music ( China Music )
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Chinese dance is a rich and diverse art form that encompasses various styles and genres, each with its own characteristics and features. Some of the major styles and genres of Chinese dance are:

  • Classical dance: This is the most refined and elegant form of Chinese dance, which originated from the imperial courts and aristocratic circles. Classical dance is based on strict rules and principles, such as the use of symbolic gestures, movements, and expressions to convey emotions and meanings. Classical dance also requires a high level of skill and training, as it involves complex techniques, such as spins, jumps, and balances. Some examples of classical dance are the Tang Dynasty dance, the Han Dynasty dance, and the Beijing Opera dance.
  • Contemporary dance: This is the most innovative and experimental form of Chinese dance, which emerged in the late 20th century as a response to the social and cultural changes in China. Contemporary dance is influenced by various sources, such as modern dance, ballet, jazz, hip hop, and other forms of art and media. Contemporary dance is characterized by its freedom and creativity, as it explores new themes, forms, and expressions. Contemporary dance also challenges the traditional boundaries and conventions of Chinese dance, such as gender roles, aesthetics, and styles. Some examples of contemporary dance are the works of choreographers like Yang Liping, Jin Xing, and Wang Yabin.
  • Folk dance: This is the most popular and widespread form of Chinese dance, which originated from the rural areas and ethnic groups of China. Folk dance is rooted in the daily life and customs of the people, such as farming, hunting, fishing, festivals, and celebrations. Folk dance is also influenced by the natural environment and geography of different regions, such as mountains, rivers, deserts, and grasslands. Folk dance is characterized by its diversity and vitality, as it reflects the identity, culture, and history of different ethnic groups. Some examples of folk dance are the Mongolian chopstick dance, the Tibetan Guozhuang dance, the Uyghur Meshrep dance, and the Dai peacock dance.
  • Ethnic dance: This is a special category of folk dance that belongs to the 56 ethnic minorities of China. Ethnic dance is distinct from Han Chinese folk dance in terms of its origin, development, and characteristics. Ethnic dance is often associated with specific religions or beliefs, such as Buddhism, Taoism, Islam, or shamanism. Ethnic dance also has unique features that distinguish it from other forms of Chinese dance, such as costumes, music instruments, props, and symbols. Some examples of ethnic dance are the Yi Torch Festival dance, the Miao Lusheng Festival dance, the Hani Long Street Banquet dance, and the Zhuang bronze drum dance.
  • Martial arts: This is a form of Chinese physical culture that combines combat skills with philosophy and aesthetics. Martial arts originated from the ancient times when people had to fight for survival and defense against enemies or wild animals. Martial arts later evolved into a system of training and discipline that aims to improve oneโ€™s physical fitness, mental strength, moral character, and spiritual cultivation. Martial arts also developed into a form of artistic expression that incorporates elements of music, poetry, calligraphy, painting, and sculpture. Some examples of martial arts are Tai Chi Chuan (ๅคชๆžๆ‹ณ), Shaolin Kung Fu (ๅฐ‘ๆž—ๅŠŸๅคซ), Wing Chun (ๅ’ๆ˜ฅ), and Wushu (ๆญฆๆœฏ).
  • Acrobatics: This is a form of Chinese entertainment that showcases extraordinary feats of agility,
    and flexibility.
    Acrobatics originated from
    the ancient times when people performed
    and stunts
    for fun or
    as a way
    of earning
    a living.
    Acrobatics later became
    a professional
    and competitive
    sport that requires
    rigorous training
    and practice.
    Acrobatics also became
    a spectacle
    and spectacle
    that combines elements
    of comedy,
    and circus.
    Some examples
    of acrobatics are
    the lion
    dance (่ˆž็‹ฎ),
    the dragon
    dance (่ˆž้พ™),
    the pole-climbing (ๆŠขๆ†),
    and the plate-spinning (่ฝฌ็ขŸ).

Chinese dance has a long and profound history that dates back to ancient times,
when it was used for ritual,
and social purposes.
Chinese dance reflects
the culture,
and aesthetics
of the Chinese people,
as well as their interactions with other civilizations
and regions.
Chinese dance is also a dynamic
and evolving art form that adapts to changing times
and contexts,
incorporating new elements
and influences from other sources.
Chinese dance is widely performed
and appreciated around the world,
as it showcases
the beauty,
and vitality
of the Chinese spirit.