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Established in 1972, CMA aims to serve scholars from Hong Kong, Mainland China, Taiwan, and overseas. The collections include books, journals, and a vast variety of digitized audiovisual materials on traditional Chinese Theatrical music, Shanghai pop songs, Chinese instrumental music and Model Plays in the post-1949 era, Chaozhou Opera, Cantonese Opera, Shanghai Yue Opera, Fujian Naamyam, Suzhou Tanci, Huang Mei Diao, and Cantonpop songs.
An adaptation of the well-loved traditional folk opera style for the big screen, these 24 videos represent the Studio's classical and lyrical huangmei opera - a combination of Chinese folk songs, dances and ancient opera art and thrill.
This Hong Kong Radio website showcases over 700 major events captured in audio and video productions. Here you will also find rich source of photo collection sharing the memories and changes of Hong Kong.