Dunhuang dance

Dunhuang dance

Dunhuang Dance is dances that originated from Dunhuang fresco in Dunhuang, Gansu province, West China.[1] The dances itself is influenced by Buddha images and Buddha religion.

References

  1. ^ Shahshahānī, Suhaylā (2004). Body as medium of meaning. LIT Verlag. pp. 72–86. ISBN 9783825871543. 

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