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It’s an epic story, one that spans 5,000 years of Chinese culture, arts and history. Shen Yun has returned to the Bay Area to tell those tales with more than 150 performers. The traveling production encompasses a variety of folk and classical dance and music styles in a lavish production backed by a full orchestra. The troupe’s traditional wintertime swing through Northern California has been expanded to include four venues this year. Performances will run Dec. 28-30 at the Center for the Performing Arts in San Jose; Jan. 1-7 at the War Memorial Opera House in San Francisco; Jan. 9-10 at the Sacramento Community Center Theater; and Jan. 12-14 at Zellerbach Hall at UC Berkeley. The Shen Yun site suggests evening or business attire, and children under age 4 are not admitted.