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Uygur Mukam, the melodious centuries-old music from Xinjiang, might soon become an art form deemed to be internationally-recognized intangible cultural heritage.
The National Arts Council of Singapore has announced details of the 2005 Singapore Arts Festival international arts festival.
East China's Suzhou City will carry out a general survey on its folk arts and crafts and build a comprehensive database within the next ten years.
Kang Chul-kyu, chairman of the Korean Fair Trade Commission, has announced that the government is considering phasing out the Korean film quota. This editorial calls for the Ministry of Culture to 'clarify its position on the screen quota, however belatedly, and then persuade those in the film industry, while presenting them with an industry-specific development plan.'
South Korea is planning a budget to build a network of artists and cultural experts around Asia who will promote Korean culture in their home countries, officials said Thursday.
South Korea's top cultural heritage policymaker will visit the Dokdo islets, officials said Friday.