Shadow play troupe members showcase puppets made for a Winter Olympics-themed show behind a screen at the Longzaitian, or Dragon in the Sky, shadow puppet theatre in Beijing, China December 12, 2021. Two graceful figures flick a puck back and forth across imaginary ice, before a tussle and a victory lap for one skater, in a portrayal of real-life battles set to take place at the Winter Olympics opening in China's capital next week. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang

Shadow play troupe members hold puppets made for a Winter Olympics-themed show, behind a screen at the Longzaitian, or Dragon in the Sky, shadow puppet theatre in Beijing, China December 12, 2021. The Dragon in the Sky shadow puppet troupe is hoping its Olympic-themed shows will draw more people to its small theatre on the outskirts of Beijing, which employs around 40 puppeteers, all of whom are little people. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang

A shadow play troupe member paints a bobsleigh puppet for a Winter Olympics-themed show, at a workshop of the Longzaitian, or Dragon in the Sky, shadow puppet theatre in Beijing, China December 12, 2021. The troupe, which started its business in 2007, makes its own puppets, carving the intricate cutouts from leather and painting them in vibrant colours, a technique that has barely changed over thousands of years. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang

A child touches a screen as children play with shadow puppets at a community in Beijing, China December 19, 2021. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang

The Longzaitian, or Dragon in the Sky, shadow play troupe members perform with puppets behind a screen for a Winter Olympics-themed show, at a community in Beijing, China December 19, 2021. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang