Twenty-six years ago, after the performance of “Butterfly Red Pear” in the Sha Tin Town Hall, the Cantonese opera name Long Jianyi announced that he would leave the stage and move to Vancouver. Twenty-six years later, Long Jianyi led a group of younger generations to set foot on the stage of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, re-enacting “Butterfly Red Pear”, the master’s style, no loss. The master is seventy-four years old. The dragon swords on the stage can’t find the traces of the years. Stepping on the high-speed riding boots, entering, retreating, turning, falling, smashing… young people. The master’s singing is not critical. Many people say that she is more and more like Ren Jianhui. In my eyes, the dragon sword is not like who, because Ren Jianhui is too far away for me. In the age of my growth, I only got on stage. A dragon sword. Today, Hong Kong people are more and more fond of nostalgia. The new generation is increasingly love to protect the local people. However, the most popular art Cantonese opera in Hong Kong has always been treated with enthusiasm. In 1937, Tang Disheng, who was forced to drop out of Hong Kong by the Japanese invasion of China, became the most outstanding playwright of Hong Kong’s Liyuan. He worked with him, Ren Jianhui Bai Xuexian, and wrote the most glorious history of the Cantonese opera world. Then, it was the “chicken phoenix” that was cultivated by Ren Bai, and the dragon sword and Mei Xueshi. Even in the colonies ruled by the British, the Chinese Cantonese opera could be distributed. On the other hand, after the reunification, the Cantonese opera has only become the entertainment of the elders of the Shin Kong Theater and the Alpine Theater. The government has not promoted, carried forward and passed on it in a large scale. Only some people in the private sector have tried hard to keep the blood of the Cantonese opera. Shouting guardian natives, never guarded Cantonese opera. When we go to London, we must go to the Queen’s Theatre to watch an opera. There is never a place in Hong Kong where locals and tourists can experience this kind of authentic art. Maybe everyone will say that with the West Kowloon Opera Center, is there no place for Cantonese opera? More than 70,000 yuan a night for rent, a thousand seats for a big show, do you think the fare will be collected to return? There is only one dragon sword in this world. Not everyone can sell a full house. The small troupe Xiaohua Danhua can only look at the high door of the opera center. Can Hong Kong cultivate another dragon sword?