Compare and Contrast Chinese Classical Dance and European Classical Ballet.

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Compare and contrast Chinese classical dance and European Classical ballet.

Introduction:
The main topic of my research paper is comparing and contrasting the difference between Chinese Classical dance and European Classical ballet. The questions I will develop in the paper included as follows. The first one is the difference of movement between Chinese classical dance and European Classical ballet. The second one is the difference of performance between Chinese classical dance and European Classical ballet. The third one is the difference of tools they use on the stage. The method I used is “comparing and contrasting”, reading article and doing research The main findings are that I’ve show the difference between Chinese Classical dance and Russian Classical dance. I’ve also show their different beauty. Every type of dance has its own sides to attract different people. For more descriptions of the method, I will collect an interview from both Chinese Classical dance and Russian Classical ballet. And also the article will be thoroughly cited.

Main part:
Chinese Classical dance is totally different from Russian Classical ballet dance. They both have their own characteristic, unique charm from different culture. One is from collectivism culture and the other is from open, individualism culture. However, the have at least one same thing, called “classical”. As they both classical, firstly, we will explore what classic means and also their changing meanings in history. Then we will talk about the main difference between Chinese Classical dance and Russian Classical ballet. Classical dance means an established system of choreographic means of expression based on the principle of a poetically generalized treatment of stage images; the revealing of emotions, thoughts, and experiences through movement. The term has been used in Russia since the end of the 19th century. For the history of Chinese Classical dance, it dates back over 5,000 years to the Royal...
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