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- Bufo rana (Toad Poison)
- Homoeopathic Bufo is made from the poison of the toad. The toad releases his poison when he is teased or irritated; it can paralyze a dog. The Chinese were the first to apply dried toad poison for a variety of complaints. The American homoeopath J.T. Kent...
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Chinese Opera is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Chinese Opera books and related discussion.
Suggested Pdf Resources
- Chinese Opera
- CHINESE. OPERA. P h o t o g ra p hy by.
- Chinese Opera Films after 1949:
- Opera Peony Pavilion”. Ling Hon Lam, “Reading off the Screen: Turning the Virtual Page of Chinese. Opera Film”.
- Deconstructing Chinese Opera
- recognize traditional opera as a long-held gesammtkunstwerk in Chinese culture.
- Washington Chu Shan Chinese Opera Institute event flyer
- The Wash ington Chu Shan Chinese Opera InstnLIte was founded In 1991 by couple are nchly steeped In the LraditJons of Chinese Opera.
- Humanities and Social Sciences Studies YEDU0007 A Taste of
- Chinese Opera is a very important and traditional branch of Chinese culture and art.
Suggested News Resources
- Re Tripped
- How far is your work still based in the movements of the Chinese Opera, or has it taken on more western disciplines? Its hard to describe exactly which elements are solely Western or solely Eastern.
- Westerners Attempt Chinese Opera, Even Though None Spoke The Language To Start
- By CHI-CHI ZHANG 08/19/11 05:55 AM ET BEIJING -- On his first attempt, Nicholas Brownlee manages to spit out the sound "shee." His teacher patiently shakes her head.
- The Peony Pavilion, Festival Theatre, EdinburghRock the Ballet, Assembly Hall
- The National Ballet of China's The Peony Pavilion may come with pointe shoes, arabesques and a full symphony orchestra, but it shares much of its DNA with traditional Chinese opera.
- E&H gearing up for exciting performance season
- World-renowned historian Doris Kearns Goodwin, best-selling author Barbara Kingsolver and the Chinese Opera Orchestra of Shanghai head a line-up of events this fall at Emory & Henry College.
- Pastor Talk: Let your imagination run wild
- Geri and Bill Parish Several weeks ago there was a story in the Mercury-Register about a young man who captivated audiences in the US and China with his ability to sing pitch-perfect Chinese opera songs.
Suggested Web Resources
- Chinese opera - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Chinese opera (Chinese: 戏曲/戲曲; Pinyin: xìqǔ) is a popular form of drama and musical theatre in China with roots going back as far as the third century CE.
- Chinese Opera - YouTube
- Jun 7, 2006 Chinese Opera - Hong Kongby MrSteenh3598 views; Thumbnail 6:18. Add to chun qiu tingby philozi33606 views; Thumbnail 1:49.
- The Illuminated Lantern: A Short History of Chinese Opera
- Jul 1, 2000 Five-part article from The Illuminated Lantern describing the history, features and contemporary influence of Peking Opera.
- Chinese Operas, Chinese Opera History, Makeup, Music, Costume
- Chinese opera together with Greece tragic-comedy and Indian Sanskrit Opera are the three oldest dramatic art forms in the world.
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