Address in Chinese: 成都市金牛区沙湾国际会展中心3楼(沙湾店); 武侯区天府大道中段1号（世纪城店）
Address: #258 Shawan Road, Chengdu International Exhibition Center F3, Jinniu District; # 1, Mid-section of Tianfu Avenue, Wuhou District
Chinese name: 悦来茶楼
Address in Chinese: 锦江区华兴正街54号锦江剧场内
Address: Jinjiang Theater, #54 Huaxingzheng Road, Jinjiang District
Chinese name: 老宅院
Address in Chinese: 成都市宽窄巷子11号恺庐老宅院
Address: Kailu Laozhaiyuan, #11 Wide & Narrow Alleys, Qingyang District
Chinese name: 人民公园鹤鸣茶馆
Address in Chinese: 青羊区 少城路12号人民公园内
Address: #12 Shaocheng Road, People’s Park, Qingyang District
Teahouse and leisurely life
An old Chengdu saying goes, “Sunny days are rare, but teahouses are abundant”. Teahouses have played diverse social roles in the history of Chengdu. Locals are passionate about going to tea houses — not only for tea, snacks, and entertainment, but also for social gatherings and business meetings
May 20, 2014
Featured streets and historic towns
The Wide and Narrow Alleys (Kuan and Zhai Alleys) were first built during the Qing dynasty for Manchu soldiers. The alleys remained residential until 2003 when the local government turned the area into a mixed-use strip of restaurants, teahouses, bars, avant-garde galleries and residential houses. Historic architecture has been well preserved in the Wide and Narrow Alleys.
Jul 25, 2014
The libretto of Sichuan Opera is humorous and flushed with vivid expressions and local characteristics.
Nov 10, 2014
Sichuan Opera Theater of Sichuan Province -- “Sichuan Opera Performances on Sunday”
The Sichuan Opera Theater of Sichuan Province will launch the “Sichuan Opera Performances on Sunday” to let Sichuan Opera lovers enjoy traditional and classic repertoires.
Jul 08, 2014
“Face-changing” is a special technique in the performance of Sichuan Opera, involving consummate skills to change of masks in quick successions in order to show different emotions and feelings of the characters.
Nov 13, 2014
Sichuan Opera a draw as Chengdu'goes global'
Inscribed on the national intangible heritage list in 2006, the ancient art form is widely known for less constrained singing than the more popular Peking Opera.