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Subject: Chinese opera, Zhejiang
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Wuju (无极) is a form of Chinese opera from Jinhua, in the eastern province of Zhejiang, China. It is also performed in Lishui, Linhai, Jiande, Chun'an, Zhejiang, as well as in northeastern Jiangxi province, in cities such as Yushan, Shangrao, Guixi, Boyang, and Jingdezhen.[1] It is named for Wuzhou (婺州), an ancient name for Jinhua.

There are eleven Wuju troupes in eastern China.[2]

External links

  • opera onWujuIntroduction to Quzhou government web site
  • Baidu article
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