Internationally acclaimed Chinese singer and songwriter Zhu Zheqin opened her music studio yesterday in Hangzhou's Li'an Temple to pursue her study of Buddhist music.
Hangzhou is world-famous for its rich history and culture and it has an excellent environment for traditional Chinese music and Buddhist music creation, Zhu said after the opening.
Zhu, her stage name is Dadawa and her fame began with her album "Sister Drum," was invited to open her studio by the city's Publicity Department in 2010.
Li'an Temple has a history of 1,100 years. It was formerly known as Fayu Temple and became a royal temple during the Southern Song Dynasty (1127-1279). The temple was rebuilt in 2002 at current site near the Xixi Wetland resort.
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