Since the beginning of 2007, a series of presentations of video, image, sound and performance inspired by love stories in Chinese folklore have taken place in Red Chambers Courtyard and Grand View Garden in Land of Illusion.

Folklore “reflecting social habits, or with ‘a deep meaning like proverbs,’ or about ‘far-off soldiers, rustics, longing girls and sorrowful women, insofar as they have natural beauty and are not obscene,’ were to be sought…”

Folktales of China, Forward, Richard M. Dorson

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