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The appropriation of one country's cultural heritage by another often accompanies the desire - or the act - of appropriating its territory, too. Throughout history, 'conoisseurship' has gone hand-in-hand with colonialism and conquest.
The Japanese Art Scene Monitor has recently reported that the Hiroshima and Nagasaki stations of the national broadcaster NHK have just held the second Pictures of the Atomic Bomb exhibition.
UNESCO has recently held an international symposium on the preservation of Afghan cultural heritage in Japan, as well as the Childrens' Performing Arts Festival of East Asia.
Japanese Art Scene Monitor has reported that long-time curator at the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Michiko Kasahara, has recently moved to the the city's Museum of Contemporary Art.
The Japanese Art Scene Monitor reports that Koji Yukiyama has been appointed Head of the Yokohama Museum of Art, replacing Tetsuro Kagesato who left in April last year to take up a professorship at Tokyo’s Joshibi University of Art and Design.
The Japanese Art Scene Monitor has reported that throughout the duration of the World Cup soccer, many regional governments made the most of opportunities to promote foreign culture amongst local communities.