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Father"s Chinese opera

by Rich Lo

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Performing Arts,
  • Perseverance (Ethics),
  • Theater,
  • JUVENILE FICTION,
  • Circus,
  • Chinese Opera,
  • Chinese Operas,
  • Asia,
  • Fathers and sons,
  • Fiction,
  • People & Places,
  • Acrobatics,
  • Juvenile fiction

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRich Lo
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.L778788 Fat 2014
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 volume (unpaged) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26471466M
    ISBN 101628736100
    ISBN 109781628736106
    LC Control Number2013041609
    OCLC/WorldCa863044021

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The Chinese opera is anything but boring. Songs, acrobatics, acting, and costumes make the opera a truly spectacular show to behold. Spending a summer backstage at his fathers Chinese opera, a young boy is instantly enamored with the performers and works hard to 4/5. The book tells the story of a young boy whose father is the director of a Chinese opera in Hong Kong.

The boy is particularly attracted to the martial arts in the opera and asks the lead choreographer to teach him the different moves. The boy assumes he will be able to join the opera as an acrobat after he learns and practices the different moves.5/5(7).

Father's Chinese Opera Rich Lo, Author and Illustrator Skyhorse Publishing, Inc., Fiction, Jun. 3, Suitable for ages: Themes: Chinese opera, Acrobatics, Father and son, Perseverance Opening: "Father was the band leader and composer of the Chinese opera in Hong Kong.

Sometimes I sat on top of the instrument cases and watched the actors onstage.". The book tells the story of a young boy whose father is the director of a Chinese opera in Hong Kong. The boy is particularly attracted to the martial arts in the opera and asks the lead choreographer to teach him the different moves.

The boy assumes he will be able to join the opera as an acrobat after he learns and practices the different moves.5/5. Father’s Chinese opera — by Rich Lo "A little boy wishes to join his father's Chinese opera but learns that you must work hard in order to reach your goals.

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Framing this picture book for a Fathers Chinese opera book audience is helpful and necessary. As Maria Jose Botelho. The Chinese opera is anything but boring. Songs, acrobatics, acting, and costumes make the opera a truly spectacular show to behold.

Spending a summer backstage at his father’s Chinese opera, a young boy is instantly enamored with the performers and works hard to be a part of the : Sky Pony. Get this from a library. Father's Chinese opera. [Rich Lo] -- "A little boy wishes to join his father's Chinese opera but learns that you must work hard in order to reach your goals.

With an author's note at the end"   Father's Chinese Opera by Rich Lo Publisher: Sky Pony Press Release Date: June 3, Rich Lo sets the stage of his early childhood, recounting a life at The Chinese Opera that his father earned some brief fame.

The story centers around one summer, where a young boy, enamored by his father's work in the opera, wishes to become part of the show. The Chinese opera is anything but boring. Songs, acrobatics, acting, and costumes make the opera a truly spectacular show to behold.

Spending a summer backstage at his father’s Chinese opera, a young boy is instantly enamored with the performers and works hard to. Father's Chinese Opera Written and illustrated by Rich Lo Sky Pony Press 6/01/ Age 4 to 8 36 pages. “The Chinese opera is anything but boring. Songs, acrobats, acting, and costumes make the opera a truly spectacular show to behold.

Spending the summer backstage at his father’s Chinese opera, a young boy. Father's Chinese Opera | The Chinese opera is anything but boring. Songs, acrobatics, acting, and costumes make the opera a truly spectacular show to behold.

Spending a summer backstage at his father's Chinese opera, a young boy is instantly enamored with the performers and works hard to be a part of the : Sky Pony Press. Father's Chinese Opera by Rich Lo. 6 Total Resources 1 Awards View Text Complexity Discover Like Books Meet-the-Author Recording of Father's Chinese Opera; Name Pronunciation with Rich Lo; Grade; PK-2; Cultural Area; Asian / Pacific American.

In Father’s Chinese Opera, the son of the band leader and composer for the Hong Kong opera watches the actors flip and somersault across the stage and dreams of joining approaches Gai Chui, the best acrobat in the troupe and asks to be taught the martial arts.

Gai Chui agrees and the little boy begins to learn the moves—Praying Mantis, Crouching Tiger. The book tells the story of a young boy whose father is the director of a Chinese opera in Hong Kong.

The boy is particularly attracted to the martial arts in the opera and asks the lead choreographer to teach him the different moves. The boy assumes he will be able to join the opera as an acrobat after he learns and practices the different moves.

His father, Lo Tok, was a famous Chinese opera composer before the family immigrated to the United States. After attending Eastern Illinois University, Lo has worked on packaging and ads for national brands, books, and large installations in public buildings.

Lo lives in Chicago, Illinois. Check out Amazon for more info on the book. FATHER’S CHINESE OPERA has been chosen as the honor title for the Asian/Pacific American Award for Literature in the Picture Book Category.

Father Chinese Opera is a picture book written and illustrated by Chicago artist Rich Lo. The story is loosely based on Rich’s childhood experience in Hong Kong.

What really brings this book to life is the fact that author Rich Lo is himself the child of a famous musician of the Chinese opera and sat in on many rehearsals and performances as a little boy. His father was forced to abandon this career when the family immigrated to the United States, so in many ways this book is a tribute to him and what.

Father's Chinese Opera By Rich LoHardcover38 pagesAge years The Chinese opera is anything but boring. Songs, acrobatics, acting, and costumes make the opera a truly spectacular show to behold. Spending a summer backstage at his father's Chinese opera, a young boy is instantly enamored with the performers and works hard to be a part of the show.

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