I soon learned that there are two main types of Chinese Opera, and I’m talking about the 78 rpm era here, Peiping Opera (aka Peking or Beijing) and Cantonese Opera.
Peiping Opera is a bit more “classical” while Cantonese style is a bit more “folk”.
Here’s an Amoy Opera instrumental on a label I’ve never seen before.
The name of the label translates as something like “Country Love Company”, or maybe more accurately “Patriotsim”, as one commentor has noted below .
After World War II, local entrepreneurs around the world started setting up their own record companies.