Chinese dance drama featuring rare bird of 'crested ibis' makes U.S. debut

Xinhua Published: 2018-01-09 13:37:27
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Crested ibis, a rare bird species that lives in China, migrates in chilly winter to U.S. at the beginning of new year and makes a splash in New York at Lincoln Center. The Chinese dance drama focusing on the destiny of the once endangered species and the interdependence between human beings and nature has struck a chord with American audience.


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