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China has proposed to promote the free opening and digitalisation of public cultural venues, and develop online digital experience products and new cultural tourism services such as immersive tours, virtual exhibitions and high-definition live broadcasts during the 14th Five-Year Plan period (2021-2025).
North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region has included a number of intangible cultural heritages along the Yellow River basin and the Great Wall on its protection list, focusing on protecting traditional cultures that reflect the history of exchanges and integration among ethnic groups.
Bomas of Kenya is a pioneering cultural centre nestled in Langata, a middle-income suburb some 13 kilometers northwest of capital Nairobi's central business district.
When expressing his expectations for the country's cultural workers to create works that inspire the people and warm their hearts, President Xi Jinping has quoted a proverb well known to Chinese writers, artists and intellectuals alike: "The function of literature is to convey the truth or the moral values."
Initiated in 2011, the festival aims to boost exchanges among global industry insiders and has attracted increasing international attention thanks to China's film market.
UNESCO and Northwest China's Gansu province have signed a partnership agreement to promote cultural heritage protection and creative industries development in the province.