Chongqing entertainment

In Chongqing, there are numerous types of entertainment to be found:

To get a taste of the spririt of the locals, take in some Sichuan Opera karaoke, where you will hear them enthusiastically belting out their favorite lines!

If you're looking for entertainment from the silver screen, Chongqing Studio City Cinema has what you're looking for. It is the largest and most luxurious cineplex in the area and is located on the sixth floor of the Metropolis Plaza in Yuzhong District. Most films are dubbed in Chinese, although Hollywood films and Chinese blockbusters with English subtitles are shown occasionally. Since its grand opening in 1998, Studio City Cinema has been regarded by locals as the top entertainment center for film in Chongqing.

Chongqing entertainment,Chuanju

Chuanju (Sichuan opera)

A local opera popular in southwestern China, Chuanju opera features vivid, humorous narration, singing, and acrobatic fighting, showing the optimism and open-mindedness of the people in Sichuan Province. One of the fascination artistic charm of this charming opera is the way the face masks are changed by tearing off, rubbing away, or quickly blowing off one mask to let another one appear.

The Dragon Lantern of Tongliang County

TongliangCounty has long been known for its production of dragon lanterns and the dragon lantern dance. The dance features large stage properties, exaggerated dance movements, and a grand atmosphere. It is performed amidst the blowing and beating of Chinese wind and percussion musical instruments and a display of fireworks to present an exhilarating scene of jubilation and celebration.


Chongqing is known for its acrobatics. ‘Balancing on a Plank and Bowls Topping’ by the Chongqing Acrobatic Troupe won a silver medal at the Ninth World Acrobatics of Tomorrow Festival and the troupe’s Plate Spinning and Jumping Through Hoops were winners of the Silver Lion Medal at the National Acrobatics Tournament.

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Nov. 27,2015 20:10(GMT+08:00)
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