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The National Arts Council and the Singapore Tourism Board will be accepting pilot applications for outdoor live performances for up to 250 audience members in zones of 50 each. Under Phase 3 of Singapore's re-opening, audiences of up to 250 in groups of 50 are also allowed in indoor venues, the NAC added in a statement in response to Straits Times queries. This is up from audiences of 100.
Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa has advised to reopen cinemas from January 01 strictly in compliance with COVID-19 safety guidelines except in isolated areas, Prime Minister’s Office said in a release.
The Arts Council Korea announced on the 21st that it held the launching ceremony of the'Social Value Steering Committee', an advisory body for realising social values, in the conference room on the 3rd floor of the main building in Naju.
A new report on the impact of COVID-19 on the creative sector has found that 16 per cent of the creative sector is facing permanent closure now. MSMEs and the freelance workforce who cater to large companies have been worst hit, says the report launched on Tuesday, adding that 22 per cent of the sector, is forecast to lose more than three-fourths of annual income.
Shaoxing and Dunhuang in China, Kitakyushu in Japan, and Sunchon in the Republic of Korea (ROK) have been designated by the three countries as the Culture Cities of East Asia 2021.
Cultural tourism is hoped to account for 20-25 per cent of Vietnam's total revenue of about US$130 billion from tourism by 2030, according to a project to build a national brand for cultural tourism that was recently approved by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.