Plum Blossom Prize

The Plum Blossom Prize (Traditional Chinese: 中國戲劇梅花獎; Simplified Chinese: 中国戏剧梅花奖; Hanyu Pinyin: Zhōngguó Xìjù Méihuā Jiǎng), sometimes translated as the Plum Blossom Award, is the highest theatrical award in China. It is awarded by the China Theatre Association.

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