A scenic spot with rich cultural connotations and a taste of Mei Lanfang's opera masters. I was also lucky to hear the live version of "Princess Drunken" by the students of the Opera Academy. Although I didn't understand it very well, I could feel that the art of the Mei School was developing and flourishing, and some people succeeded.
In the afternoon, we arrived at Meiyuan after lunch. Mei Lanfang, a Taizhou native, returned home to worship his ancestors in 1956. At the request of the masses, he performed for eight consecutive days. At that time, there were scalpers stir-fried tickets, which cost two cents. The background furniture I photographed was the genuine product of the year, and the wax figure of Peking Opera was the last character created by Mei Lanfang, Mu Guiying, who was in charge. As a representative of the literary and artistic circles, he also climbed the Tiananmen Tower at the founding ceremony. He was also a Patriot with beards to resist Japan, resist the United States and assist the DPRK.
The environment is very quiet. Through self-help explanation, we can better understand Master Mei's life story. It's very good.
Mainly Mei Lanfang Memorial Hall, the Mei Garden is under repair, so, at present, the place is not big.
The mansion of Mei Lanfang, a generation of Beijing opera master, has elegant and quiet gardens and beautiful surroundings. It's worth visiting.
It is worth visiting because of its strong cultural atmosphere, detailed introduction of characters and unique garden temperament.
It's worth visiting. I admire Master Mei very much.