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The Chinese government has blocked access to search engine AltaVista as part of its campaign to prevent citizens from accessing material deemed unsuitable and threatening to the ruling Communist Party.
A draft law which circulated at this year’s National People’s Congress (NPC) at the end of April proposed legalising private trade in antiquities for the first time since Communist 'liberation' in 1949.
Custodians of the Forbidden City have drawn up secret plans for a three-storey museum under the sprawling palace in central Beijing to display masses of imperial artefacts that have never been shown to the public.
Scheduled for the 16th consecutive year, the upcoming Macao International Music Festival will take place on October 4 - October 23, 2002 offering fourteen different concert programmes.
According to experts China's burgeoning tourism and construction sectors pose a growing threat to the Great Wall, disfiguring swathes of its ancient facade and wrecking its landscapes.
A new generation of collectors is attempting to repatriate many of the artifacts, and in the process, is driving up the cost of Chinese art worldwide.