Qing Cheng/ Dark City

If you're a refugee, the sense of belonging can feel almost impossible at times. In Qing Chen/ Dark City, the heroine explores her resiliency when she leaves China. SinoVision Journal reporter Christie Clements got an inside look at New York Musical Festival's featured work.

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