1998 Winter Olympics
At the opening ceremonies of the Nagano 1998 Winter Olympics, a Japanese version of the song When Children Rule the World was performed by Japanese singer Ryoko Moriyama. Performing along with her were 150 yukinkos (Japanese for "snow children").
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