Prince Wuwuwu quarrel
Prince Wujiaozi is one of the unique traditional folk dances in Beijing. It integrates entertainment, fitness and performance. Wujiaozi has a strong style, rough style, relaxation and generosity. Participating in Wujiaozi activities can make people happy physically and mentally, enhance understanding and live in harmony. It has a high social, folk and cultural value. It has a certain representation in Beijing.
On November 11, 2014, the prince Wuwu quarrel was approved by the State Council to be included in the fourth batch of national intangible cultural heritage list.
It is rumored that the Prince Wuwu Quarrel Society was founded around 1728. The predecessor was a literary quarrel, and later formed a quarrel in the practice of martial arts and entertainment activities. Back to the end of the Qing Dynasty, it has been passed down to four generations: Li Yonglin and Li Defu (late Qing Dynasty - 1937), Xiu Wanqing, Wang Zhishun, Cui Duan (1937 - 1972), Wang Zhenlu (1972 - 2001), Wang Rong and Zhao Jianjun (2001 - today).
As a kind of folk art, the instruments used by Prince Wuwu Noissants are: flute, pipe (star), boring (trip), drum, cymbal, cymbal, cymbal, cymbal and so on. Existing traditional music cards include "Qian Chao Feng", "Wen Chao Feng", "Kaishan Tiger", "Xiaojinshan", "Dragon Tiger Leaf" and so on. Prince Wuwuwu quarrel's movements are complete sets, each of which consists of several cymbals. The peculiar action is that the cymbals team accompanied by drum music perform kicking, jumping, fighting, Festival height, golden cock fighting and bright fan, turning over and beating, Su Qin back sword and so on. In 1953, Prince Wu Wujiaozi represented Tongzhou District to attend the First Flower Fair Exhibition in Hebei Province and won a memorial medal. On October 1, 1959, he participated in the 10th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic, the 35th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic in 1984, and the 40th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic in 1989.
The main problems faced by the prince Wuwu noisy sons are the aging of the inheritors, the old venues and props, etc.