Is photography allowed during Chinese Opera?


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jialuvqr

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Is photography allowed for Chinese Opera which is situated in the temple itself, but for public......
Saw many aunties and uncles watching it on the seats provided.
Will I offend anyone or is it rude on the religious point of view?
 

reachme2003

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if you are not sure, ask the temple officials for permission first.
 

ClikAndGo

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Ask "What cannot be shot", instead of "What can be shot".
 

Witness

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u can even go backstage...if u are polite....the last time i did tt they prob tot i was from the press... kekeke..
 

wilsonang

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no problem with shooting this kinda things... unless its 7th month... seen some realli eerie pics during the period at these places...
 

swhyge

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true of false, I dun know. But I always follow this principle: "Dun be iron teeth"

Is it so necessary that you must take.. if there is a reason, then maybe go ahead, we are in the 21st century... If not, just pass.

I have been advised in China -visiting some of the temples , "not to bring the Buddha back" - ie do not take picture of the Buddha."
 

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