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The federal government this week announced plans to introduce legislation to protect the intellectual and cultural property of Indigenous artists, including blocking the sale of spurious artwork.
The Secretary of the Ministry of Culture Govind Mohan announced that the government is to hand over around 1,000 monuments under the control of the Archaeological Survey of India.
Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Park Bo Gyoon says, "To mark 'Visit Korea Year' from this year to the next, we will make this year our first as a global tourism power and pursue policy to promote tourism."
The National Cultural Commission is preparing to promote, expose, develop and market Papua New Guinea's indigenous cultures through major international events such as arts and culture exhibitions or programs lined up for this year 2023
Flush with success from investing in sports and the arts, Senegal’s cultural capital seems to know no bounds. Dakar now boasts an array of fashion, culture and heritage platforms that are drawing global interest.
On the morning of 20/12, the Ministry of Information and Communications held a conference to evaluate 5 years of implementation and implementation of Decision No. 1755/QD-TTg Strategy for the development of Vietnam's cultural industries to 2020, with a vision to 2030. Speaking at the opening of the conference, Minister Nguyen Van Hung said that in the Cultural Development Strategy, the Government cultural industry has also selected 12 industry groups and fields including: Advertising, architecture, software and entertainment toys, handicraft, design, film, publishing, fashion, performing arts, fine arts, photography, exhibitions, television and radio, cultural tourism.