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The pandemic has changed the way people communicate. While the world appears hyperconnected thanks to the internet, connectivity does not necessarily mean communication, say participants in the 2021 Culture Communication Forum.
Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Hwang Hee, Japanese Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Koichi Hagiuda, and Chinese Communist Party Secretary of Ministry of Culture and Tourism Hu Heping on Aug. 30 discussed cultural exchanges in the COVID-19 era at the 12th Korea-China-Japan Culture Ministers' Meeting.
The culture ministers of South Korea, China and Japan held a virtual meeting Monday and discussed ways to expand cultural cooperation amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Seoul's culture ministry said.
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MCST, Minister Hwang Hee) hosts and the Korea Creative Content Agency (KOCCA) and organises the ‘BroadCast Worldwide 2021 (BCWW)’ online from 6th-10th September.
Arts Council Korea announced on the 19th that it has started operating the ARKO Public forum in August as a way to respond in depth to the needs of the art scene.
"Art Signal" is a campaign that connects artists and fans who want to communicate at a time when the era of non-face-to-face has arrived due to distancing. It displays artists' works or planning programmes in online galleries, and matches the fans and artists who commented on them one on one.