On 1st of July, the Kopra Exhibition at Top of Shanghai was displayed in the sightseeing Hall on the 119th floor in Shanghai Tower. At a height of 632 meters in a modern city, Kopra, a cultural and creative works based on Kunqu revived the charm of Kunqu art with a history of 6 centuries. The exhibition has three exhibition areas and enables the audience to directly interact with Kopra figures through high-tech multi-media means like phantom imaging. The exhibition will last until 31st August.
Kopra is a 3D animation based on Kunqu. It is created by a team led by a Taiwanese cartoonist, Lin Zhende. The animation illustrates the story of a talented girl fenfen who joins the kunqu class and finally manages to perform kunqu on the stage with her friends.