A s one of the most representative operas in Guangxi, Gui Opera including Kunshan, Yiyang and Luantan became popular in Guilin area in the late Ming Dynasty and early Qing Dynasty. Gui Opera or Guiban Opera focuses on local dialect, delicate and appropriate, elegant and lively performances, gestures and facial expressions, real-life and delicate skills, integration of military plays and singing plays, well received by the local people. Integrating arts and skills of Beijing Opera, Qi Opera and Kun Opera, Gui Opera is characterized by singing and dancing integration, delicate workmanship, vivid expression and nice melodies. Based on symmetry of Xipi and Erhuang melodies, Gui Opera consists of melodies of Kun Opera, Gaoqiang, Zaqiang and Chuiqiang. As a major drum and singing category, Guangxi Drum, or Guilin Drum formed in 1962 under the guidance of Ms. Zhang Xiuying (Little Yingxia), successor of Liu schooling, it focuses on elegant and neat performances, rigid and elegant gestures and movements, military plays, represented by Triumph of Taiping Rebels at Jiangjun Bridge, Special Gift, Good Supervisor, Battle of the Xishas and Lei Feng Quotations. Guilin Drum originated from Praise from Numerous Household of the poor people in ancient times, absorbing essence of Guilin Storytelling and music works. So far, it has been developed into a unique tune merging symmetry, singing and rhythm into a single whole.