“Norah Rong Kru”, a Cultural Heritage Not Awarded by UNESCO because of Its Finest Art Form Don’ t Throw Away Our Identity

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a Cultural Heritage, Norah Rong Kru, UNESCO

Abstract

Nora Rong Khru is a culture continuously practiced in many communities. Being recognized as the “Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity” is by no means the most beautiful performing arts in the world but to honor the people in the community, appreciating the strength of its cultural successors who have been safeguarding a cultural space for this heritage. There should be, after all, an open-space discussion with the Nora’s community on how to safeguard it once people lose interest in Nora as well as giving Nora performers who face crises a hand, such as, the spread of COVID-19 cutting a chance in performing in the past two years.

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Published

2022-06-07

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Kai-Nunna, P. (2022). “Norah Rong Kru”, a Cultural Heritage Not Awarded by UNESCO because of Its Finest Art Form Don’ t Throw Away Our Identity. RUSAMILAE JOURNAL, 43(1), 22–29. Retrieved from https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rusamelae/article/view/259690

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รายงานพิเศษ