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Building a music bridge between China, US

China Daily | Updated: 2017-11-11 07:41

CHICAGO - A euphonic flow of traditional Chinese music Jasmine flower leaked out of a classroom of the Valparaiso University in the northwestern part of the US state of Indiana. A Chinese yangqin teacher was instructing a US student on the traditional Chinese musical instrument, a hammered dulcimer.

"I can't believe this is your first time playing yangqin. You've done a great job!" said Liu Yuening, a Chinese yangqin musician, to the student.

To instruct American students on Chinese musical instruments is just part of Liu's effort to promote traditional Chinese music overseas. Liu, a professor with Beijing-based Central Conservatory of Music, has dedicated herself to the work for years, and her recent focus is to promote exchanges between China and the US in musical sector.

Building a music bridge between China, US

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