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Unicorn Purse

by Andrew Fort

When my first son was less than a year old, that first January came as the capper to an exhausting year. It was cold and miserable. 536 more words

Fiery Jade: Cai Yan Premiered!!

After four and a half years of on-and-off work, my second opera, “Fiery Jade: Cai Yan” premiered at Pacific Lutheran University on November 17-20 in Eastvold Auditorium in the Karen Hille Phillips Performing Arts Center.   1,370 more words

Chinese Opera

Peking Opera Workshop

On November 17th, we’ll be having a Chinese Opera performance!
In particular, we’ll be having a Peking Opera Workshop!

What is Chinese Opera?

Chinese Opera, in general, has roots going back about 200 years. 120 more words


What's Lost, What's Just Waiting: Finding an Alternate China in Sichuan

You walk in on the Terracotta Army, and it’s hard not to feel like you’re discovering something.

Despite the tourists shuffling in with you. Despite the air hanger base it’s contained in. 2,349 more words


Chengdu & Shanghai 8.29.16

4 nights, 3 beds, 24 total hours of sleep and 94,000 steps later I am back in reality (aka, a different city). After three weeks of travel, Shanghai was a fun break from time solo and less western cities.  614 more words


A Night At The Opera

From afar, I could already make out the brightly lit stage erected by the side of the street and the sounds of drumming and cymbal clashes which hinted at a Chinese opera performance in progress. 82 more words