Cantonese opera struggles to engage Hong Kong's youth

Industry die-hards are determined to keep the old art form alive, despite struggling to attract the next generation.

    A centuries old art form that was once one of Hong Kong's most popular forms of entertainment is struggling to engage the next generation.

    Cantonese opera is considered a unique part of Hong Kong's identity, and industry die-hards are determined to keep it alive.

    Al Jazeera's Sarah Clarke reports.


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