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Drama written by Mo Yan staged in Jinan
Xinhua | April 29, 2013 14:35
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Actors Yan Rui and Wang Ban (L) from Beijing People's Art Theater play drama
Actors Yan Rui and Wang Ban (L) from Beijing People's Art Theater play drama "Our Assassin Jing Ke," which is written by Nobel Prize laureate Mo Yan, in Jinan, capital of east China's Shandong Province, April 28, 2013. Jing Ke (?-227B.C.) was renowned for his failed assassination attempt of Ying Zheng (259B.C.-210B.C.), King of Qin State, who later became China's first emperor in 221 B.C.. (Xinhua/Xu Suhui) 


 
Actors Wang Ban (R) and Song Yi from Beijing People's Art Theater play drama
Actors Wang Ban (R) and Song Yi from Beijing People's Art Theater play drama "Our Assassin Jing Ke," which is written by Nobel Prize laureate Mo Yan, in Jinan, capital of east China's Shandong Province, April 28, 2013. Jing Ke (?-227B.C.) was renowned for his failed assassination attempt of Ying Zheng (259B.C.-210B.C.), King of Qin State, who later became China's first emperor in 221 B.C.. (Xinhua/Xu Suhui) 


 
Actor Yan Rui (front) from Beijing People's Art Theater plays drama
Actor Yan Rui (front) from Beijing People's Art Theater plays drama "Our Assassin Jing Ke," which is written by Nobel Prize laureate Mo Yan, in Jinan, capital of east China's Shandong Province, April 28, 2013. Jing Ke (?-227B.C.) was renowned for his failed assassination attempt of Ying Zheng (259B.C.-210B.C.), King of Qin State, who later became China's first emperor in 221 B.C.. (Xinhua/Xu Suhui) 


 
Actors from Beijing People's Art Theater take curtain call after playing drama
Actors from Beijing People's Art Theater take curtain call after playing drama "Our Assassin Jing Ke," which is written by Nobel Prize laureate Mo Yan, in Jinan, capital of east China's Shandong Province, April 28, 2013. Jing Ke (?-227B.C.) was renowned for his failed assassination attempt of Ying Zheng (259B.C.-210B.C.), King of Qin State, who later became China's first emperor in 221 B.C.. (Xinhua/Xu Suhui) 


 
Actors Song Yi (2nd L) from Beijing People's Art Theater plays drama
Actors Song Yi (2nd L) from Beijing People's Art Theater plays drama "Our Assassin Jing Ke," which is written by Nobel Prize laureate Mo Yan, in Jinan, capital of east China's Shandong Province, April 28, 2013. Jing Ke (?-227B.C.) was renowned for his failed assassination attempt of Ying Zheng (259B.C.-210B.C.), King of Qin State, who later became China's first emperor in 221 B.C.. (Xinhua/Xu Suhui) 


 
Actors from Beijing People's Art Theater play drama
Actors from Beijing People's Art Theater play drama "Our Assassin Jing Ke," which is written by Nobel Prize laureate Mo Yan, in Jinan, capital of east China's Shandong Province, April 28, 2013. Jing Ke (?-227B.C.) was renowned for his failed assassination attempt of Ying Zheng (259B.C.-210B.C.), King of Qin State, who later became China's first emperor in 221 B.C.. (Xinhua/Xu Suhui)


 

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