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Ball Tossing

It is a traditional entertainment popular among the Zhuang tribe and a way for the young men and women to express their love. The ball is made of silk or cloth strips by the Zhuang girls. At singing fairs and during the Spring Festival, the girls tie a love token to the balls and toss the ball to the men they love.

Guiju Opera

It is a major local opera in Guangxi and sung in the local dialect. The opera is unadorned and vivid and features a soft, lively, and vigorous melody.

Zhuangju Opera

It'is the principal opera loved by people of the Zhuang ethnic group. The opera can be divided into the Northern, Southern, and Shigong schools. It has rich subjects and a unique form of expression, combining dialogue, singing, acting, and dancing to show from different angles the colorful life of the Zhuang tribe.

Bronze Drum

It is a long-standing percussion instrument and a handicraft of the Zhuang and Yao minority groups. There are seven kinds of bronze drums, all made of bronze with a pattern of sun-rays slightly protuberating in the center. In ancient times, the tribal chieftains beat the drum to call the people to discuss public affairs or attend sacrificial ceremonies. The drum was also presented as a tribute to the royal court and was given as a reward. It was a symbol of wealth and power.

The Lijiang Minority Customs ParkThe Lijiang Minority Customs Park

It is located in the city of Guilin. Inside the park are the Dong Drum Tower; imitation structures of the Zhuang, Dong, Miao, and Yao ethnic villages; archways of the various ethnic tribes, and other architectural structures.

The Landscape Golf Club
Add: Yangmendian, Chaoyang Township, Guilin City
Tel: 0773-5899707

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