This article examines the relation between Peking opera and ordinary culture of Lao Beijing in the process of analyzing Caisangzi by Ye Guangqin and aims to consider the author's critical reflection on changes in traditional Chinese culture and Lao Beijing spatial culture. This text describes the distorted images of humanity and structured individual fate due to rapid changes in modern Chinese history based on the multilayered and stereoscopic descriptive structure. Moreover, it is shown that there is a complex interaction between various responses and changes in cognitive, spatial and cultural aspects such as critical perspectives on the loss of traditional cultural space such as urban changes in Beijing and dissolution of ancient Chinese architecture and space. The historical consciousness of Caisangzi begins with attitudes that represent the fall but are not decadent and are emotional but realistically focus on history. The Chinese cultural tradition must not stagnate and it is necessary to accept the development and change in reality of China. Currently, the traditional culture has disappeared, and the author of Caisangzi intended that the Chinese traditional culture and reality culture had to create a new culture by mutually complementing and coexisting.
2. 경극과 라오베이징 문화
3. 베이징 문화공간에 대한 작가의 비판적 성찰