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Dating back to the Song Dynasty (tenth to thirteenth centuries), Kunqu opera (W - UNESCO Mediabank Toggle navigation UNESCO Mediabank UNESCO Mediabank Photos Videos Audio Language English Français Español Русский العربية 中文 Filter by Photos Videos Audio Advanced search Dating back to the Song Dynasty (tenth to thirteenth centuries), Kunqu opera (W Download Original Filename: 80305464.jpg License: Creative Commons: Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 IGO Language of resource: None Size: 2832x 4256 Preview Description: Dating back to the Song Dynasty (tenth to thirteenth centuries), Kunqu opera (World Intangible Cultural Heritage) is one of the oldest forms of opera in existence in China. By virtue of its rhythmic patterns, it has influenced all more recent forms of Chinese opera, including the Sichuan or Beijing opera. Kunqu combines song, recital, bodily gestures and dance Collections: ??
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Score: 1191174.8 - https://en.unesco.org/mediabank/23203/
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Dating back to the Song Dynasty (tenth to thirteenth centuries), Kunqu opera (W - UNESCO Mediabank Toggle navigation UNESCO Mediabank UNESCO Mediabank Photos Videos Audio Language English Français Español Русский العربية 中文 Filter by Photos Videos Audio Advanced search Dating back to the Song Dynasty (tenth to thirteenth centuries), Kunqu opera (W Download Original Filename: 80305334.jpg License: Creative Commons: Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 IGO Language of resource: None Size: 2832x 4256 Preview Description: Dating back to the Song Dynasty (tenth to thirteenth centuries), Kunqu opera (World Intangible Cultural Heritage) is one of the oldest forms of opera in existence in China. By virtue of its rhythmic patterns, it has influenced all more recent forms of Chinese opera, including the Sichuan or Beijing opera. Kunqu combines song, recital, bodily gestures and dance Collections: ??
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Score: 1191174.8 - https://en.unesco.org/mediabank/23197/
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Dating back to the Song Dynasty (tenth to thirteenth centuries), Kunqu opera (W - UNESCO Mediabank Toggle navigation UNESCO Mediabank UNESCO Mediabank Photos Videos Audio Language English Français Español Русский العربية 中文 Filter by Photos Videos Audio Advanced search Dating back to the Song Dynasty (tenth to thirteenth centuries), Kunqu opera (W Download Original Filename: 80305407.jpg License: Creative Commons: Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 IGO Language of resource: None Size: 2835x 4252 Preview Description: Dating back to the Song Dynasty (tenth to thirteenth centuries), Kunqu opera (World Intangible Cultural Heritage) is one of the oldest forms of opera in existence in China. By virtue of its rhythmic patterns, it has influenced all more recent forms of Chinese opera, including the Sichuan or Beijing opera. Kunqu combines song, recital, bodily gestures and dance Collections: ??
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Score: 1191174.8 - https://en.unesco.org/mediabank/23201/
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Dating back to the Song Dynasty (tenth to thirteenth centuries), Kunqu opera (W - UNESCO Mediabank Toggle navigation UNESCO Mediabank UNESCO Mediabank Photos Videos Audio Language English Français Español Русский العربية 中文 Filter by Photos Videos Audio Advanced search Dating back to the Song Dynasty (tenth to thirteenth centuries), Kunqu opera (W Download Original Filename: 80305323.jpg License: Creative Commons: Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 IGO Language of resource: None Size: 4252x 2835 Preview Description: Dating back to the Song Dynasty (tenth to thirteenth centuries), Kunqu opera (World Intangible Cultural Heritage) is one of the oldest forms of opera in existence in China. By virtue of its rhythmic patterns, it has influenced all more recent forms of Chinese opera, including the Sichuan or Beijing opera. Kunqu combines song, recital, bodily gestures and dance Collections: ??
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Score: 1191174.8 - https://en.unesco.org/mediabank/23196/
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Dating back to the Song Dynasty (tenth to thirteenth centuries), Kunqu opera (W - UNESCO Mediabank Toggle navigation UNESCO Mediabank UNESCO Mediabank Photos Videos Audio Language English Français Español Русский العربية 中文 Filter by Photos Videos Audio Advanced search Dating back to the Song Dynasty (tenth to thirteenth centuries), Kunqu opera (W Download Original Filename: 80305426.jpg License: Creative Commons: Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 IGO Language of resource: None Size: 4256x 2832 Preview Description: Dating back to the Song Dynasty (tenth to thirteenth centuries), Kunqu opera (World Intangible Cultural Heritage) is one of the oldest forms of opera in existence in China. By virtue of its rhythmic patterns, it has influenced all more recent forms of Chinese opera, including the Sichuan or Beijing opera. Kunqu combines song, recital, bodily gestures and dance Collections: ??
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Score: 1191174.8 - https://en.unesco.org/mediabank/23202/
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Dating back to the Song Dynasty (tenth to thirteenth centuries), Kunqu opera (W - UNESCO Mediabank Toggle navigation UNESCO Mediabank UNESCO Mediabank Photos Videos Audio Language English Français Español Русский العربية 中文 Filter by Photos Videos Audio Advanced search Dating back to the Song Dynasty (tenth to thirteenth centuries), Kunqu opera (W Download Original Filename: 80305373.jpg License: Creative Commons: Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 IGO Language of resource: None Size: 2832x 4256 Preview Description: Dating back to the Song Dynasty (tenth to thirteenth centuries), Kunqu opera (World Intangible Cultural Heritage) is one of the oldest forms of opera in existence in China. By virtue of its rhythmic patterns, it has influenced all more recent forms of Chinese opera, including the Sichuan or Beijing opera. Kunqu combines song, recital, bodily gestures and dance Collections: ??
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Score: 1191174.8 - https://en.unesco.org/mediabank/23200/
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Dating back to the Song Dynasty (tenth to thirteenth centuries), Kunqu opera (W - UNESCO Mediabank Toggle navigation UNESCO Mediabank UNESCO Mediabank Photos Videos Audio Language English Français Español Русский العربية 中文 Filter by Photos Videos Audio Advanced search Dating back to the Song Dynasty (tenth to thirteenth centuries), Kunqu opera (W Download Original Filename: 80305345.jpg License: Creative Commons: Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 IGO Language of resource: None Size: 4252x 2835 Preview Description: Dating back to the Song Dynasty (tenth to thirteenth centuries), Kunqu opera (World Intangible Cultural Heritage) is one of the oldest forms of opera in existence in China. By virtue of its rhythmic patterns, it has influenced all more recent forms of Chinese opera, including the Sichuan or Beijing opera. Kunqu combines song, recital, bodily gestures and dance Collections: ??
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Score: 1191174.8 - https://en.unesco.org/mediabank/23198/
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Kun Qu opera | Silk Roads Programme Skip to main content Silk Roads Programme About About the Silk Roads The UNESCO Silk Roads Programme The International Network for the Silk Roads Programme Silk Roads Youth Research Grant Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads Photo Contest Who are we? (...) Kun Qu is one of the oldest forms of Chinese opera still performed today. It is characterized by its dynamic structure and melody (kunqiang) and classic pieces such as the Peony Pavilion and the Hall of Longevity. It combines song and recital as well as a complex system of choreographic techniques, acrobatics and symbolic gestures. The opera features a young male lead, a female lead, an old man and various comic roles, all dressed in traditional costumes.
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Score: 1183606.1 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...cultural-heritage/kun-qu-opera
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Married girls live “The Worst Soap Opera” A communication campaign to eradicate child marriage and early unions by UNICEF in Dominican Republic. UNICEF UNICEF República Dominicana Available in: Español English 13 July 2018 Soap operas are the most consumed television content in the Dominican Republic. (...) UNICEF challenged social tolerance and started shifting perceptions on child marriage by using an innovative soap opera-style storytelling. "The Worst Soap Opera," tells stories of two adolescent girls who, due to common reasons such as trying to escape poverty or a violent home, end up forced into child marriage with older men.
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Score: 1178944.3 - https://www.unicef.org/lac/en/...ed-girls-live-worst-soap-opera
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In this context, it is worth recalling the extraordinary, troubling, conversation between Hermann Goering and Gustave Gilbert, a psychologist, during the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg, as conveyed to us by Gilbert, and I quote: "Why, of course, the people don't want war," Goering shrugged. (...) "Oh, that is all well and good [replied Goering] but, voice or no voice, the people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. (...) It works the same way in any country." Goering was a diabolical man, but he was of course telling a truth.
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Score: 1172506.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/state...ust-un-high-commissioner-human
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