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Students Perform Traditional Chinese Face-Changing at the 2018 National Chinese Language Conference

SALT LAKE CITY, May 17, 2018 — Skyridge High School Students Spencer Baird and Emily Jensen perform the ancient Chinese dramatic art of face-changing or bian lian, which is associated with the Sichuan opera, at the 2018 National Chinese Language Conference. The two students learned to perform the art form while studying abroad in China. (4 min., 53 sec.)


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