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Performers mainly use mouth, teeth, lips, tongue, and throat with unique breathing patterns and vocalization to imitate wind, rainfall, thunder, musical instruments, animal call and other various sounds in nature and human life.

The origin of Chinese oral stunts can date back to ancient times,

when people often imitated the sound of animals to lure the prey for hunting.

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In the Song Dynasty (960A.D.-1279A.D.),

oral stunt performance became mature.

The performer would hide behind a screen and vividly imitate various sounds indaily life by himself, such as dogs’ bark and children’ cry.

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In the Qing Dynasty (1636-1912),

a Kouji performer known as "Hundred-Bird Zhang" was very good at imitating different bird chirps.

His performance could even attract birds to "look for their fellow."

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Modern oral stunts are assisted by audio equipment such as microphone.

They can imitate the sounds of radio wave, cannon and plane, which breaks new ground for vocal imitation.

Isn't it amazing? Let’s learn Chinese oral stunts together!

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