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China will set up a system to eliminate poorly-managed intangible cultural heritage, according to a notice issued by the Ministry of Culture on Thursday.
Representatives from around the Pacific gathered at the Tonga National Cultural Centre in Tofoa today for a two-day conference on the protection of intangible cultural traditions of Pacific peoples.
Cultural Heritage plays a vital role in unifying and creating understanding among people. Culture can also strengthen regional and international cooperation by creating mutual respect and tolerance.
China is speeding up its protection on the country's intangible cultural heritage. The latest milestone is that the protection has been written into law after being in preparation since 2005. So, what are the do's and don'ts of the law?
By trying to be all-inclusive, Unesco's intangible heritage list can become hijacked by nations' commercial interests.