Bromancing at Huayi Chinese Festival 2010

[compiled and written by KopiOkaya]

Now into its eighth run, the Huayi Chinese Festival of Arts 2010 once again seeks to inspire and educate audiences from across various culture communities with a stellar mix of music, theatre, opera and installation art presented by both international and local artistes.

Launched in 2003 during the festive Chinese New Year period, Huayi has grown to become one of Singapore’s best loved arts festivals, as proven by strong attendance figures in both the Chinese and international communities, despite launching itself right smack in the middle of New Year festivities.

In the spirit of celebrating Singapore’s multi-cultural heritage, Huayi provides an uncommon platform to showcase Chinese performing arts – be it traditional, contemporary or pushing the envelope.

For more information on Huayi 2010, please visit www.huayifestival.com.

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Performances from The Art of String Puppetry – Quanzhou Marionette Troupe (19th – 28th February):

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Performances from Chinese Melodies Remix (22nd – 23rd February):

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Performance from Big and Small by River Valley High School (21st February):

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Performances from Rhythmic Festive Favorites (19th – 21st February):

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