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Guangzhou Opera House

Located in Zhujiang New Town, the Guangzhou Opera House is one of the 7 newly-built landmarks. The opera house includes a 36,400-square-meter Grand Theater, a 7,400-square-meter multifunctional theater and other auxiliary facilities.

Fei Gallery

The purpose of Fei Gallery is to be the portal to connect art to our everyday life, and to open a door of art for the ordinary people. Art should not be so mysterious as to be unreachable.

Ping Pong Space - Womb for Avant-garde Performances

Ping Pong Space remains to date probably the most innovative place in Guangzhou. Located besides the Xinghai Conservatory of Music and hidden inside a huge courtyard surrounded by trees, this is the place to come for the most avant-garde performances

Hexi Complex

Located at the edge of Shamian Island, the Hexi Complex has been rebuilt from an old high-roof building and decorated in a yellow color. The two-story building has an area of over 2,000 square meters, offering exhibits and other stage shows.

Bei Lei Theatre (Children's Palace of Guangzhou)

The Bei Lei Theatre was built in 1984 and had a 4-year renovation during 2004 to 2008. The new theatre with larger space and advanced facilities has 1,226 seats. It is now the best theatre of the city.

Small Theater of Guangdong Song and Dance Theater

Guang Lian Li Tang (Guanglian Assembly Hall)

Concert Hall of Xinghai Conservatory of Music

With a capacity of 1,060 seats, the Concert Hall of Xinghai Conservatory of Music in Guangzhou's University Town will be among the world's largest symphonic halls and the first acoustic-oriented music hall nationwide.

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