Xiamen Music Competition on Kulangsu, Gang Hai Hou Beach (厦门鼓浪屿沙滩音乐节)

On July 22nd, 2017, the Music Xiamen was hosting its first music competition on Kulangsu, Gang Hai Hou beach. The concert featured bands, dancers and live performers from all over China in a competition. 2017年7月22日,音...

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Xiamen Music School, Kulangsu campus (Xiamen Shi Yin Yue Xue Xiao 厦门市音乐学校)

"The Melody of Kulangsu Travels Far": A Brief Introduction to Xiamen Music School Founded by Xiamen Municipal Government on Kulangsu Island in 1990, Xiamen Music School provides characteristic nine-year compulsive education and secondary education specialized in music. In 2009, Xiamen Music School adopted a second name Xiamen University Affiliated Music School. In 2013, Xiamen Music school e...

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Mei Hua beach(Mei Hua Sha Tan 美华沙滩)

As elderly Xiamen and Gulangyu people’s favorite beach, Mei Hua beach is a perfect place for outdoor swimming because of its water quality and soft sands.  This is also is where the famous “Gulang Stone” is located. Address: Gusheng Road, Gulangyu Island, Siming District, Xiamen City, China 是老厦门人、老鼓浪屿人最喜欢去的沙滩。这段沙滩水质优良,砂砾柔软,适合游泳,同时也是传说中“鼓浪石”...

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Street Ukeleles (You ke li li jietou yiren 尤克里里街头艺人)

These two licensed street artists provide some of the street-music atmosphere for which Kulangsu Island was once famous. Two colorful men hang out near the Marine Garden Hotel, on opposite sides of the dramatic typhoon-struck tree, playing and selling cheap ukeleles. Music includes a variety of Chinese folk songs, plus frequent renditions of “Gulangyu Zhi Bo,” the pop song that has become an...

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Gang Zai Hou Beach (Gang Zai Hou Sha Tan 港仔后沙滩)

This is the biggest and most popular beach on Kulangsu. It was once a popular spot for outdoor concerts. Stand in the middle of Gang Zai Hou’s golden sands, and you’ll be surrounded on all sides by wonders. To your left, lies a thicket of bearded coconut palms, the graceful green-roofed pagodas of the Shu Zhuang Garden[link] and Piano Museum[link], the triumphant red Marine Garden Hotel[link] o...

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