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This week UNESCO announced that it will convene a symposium, Asia-Pacific Creative Communities - a Strategy for the 21st Century, in Jodhpur, India, between 22 and 26 February 2005.
As Seoul becomes increasingly vibrant on the cultural front, the government has come up with a series of plans to strengthen its cultural infrastructure. A huge performing arts complex dedicated to classical music and costing over 40 billion won will open on Nodulsom, an island in the Han River, by late 2007.
President Gen Pervez Musharraf has emphasised the need for promoting Pakistani art and culture as part of efforts to promote a soft image of the country.
Chinese cultural researchers will adapt modern computer and video technologies to set up a national audio and video database for Chinese traditional opera.
Over the past decade, China's premier business centers, Hong Kong and Shanghai, have engaged in a friendly rivalry. Now they are waking up to the theories of a growing number of experts that cities must nurture their "creative capital" in order to entice capital of a more conventional sort.
Donald L. Evans ended his fourth and final visit to Beijing as the United States secretary of commerce on Thursday with the same demand he brought on three previous visits in the last three years: that China strengthen its protection of copyrights and patents.