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The National Museum of China on September 6 launched an online initiative to display cultural treasures for global audiences.
The Arts & Disability Forum (ADF) returns for its 4th edition from 7 to 9 October 2020, with a focus on greater inclusion in the arts through increased access and collaborations to provide arts programmes for and by people across all abilities. Jointly organised by the National Arts Council (NAC) and Very Special Arts Singapore [VSA(S)] , ADF2020 brings together more than 10 speakers from Australia, India, Malaysia, Singapore and the United Kingdom to share their diverse experiences and best practices.
China has become the world's largest single exporter and importer, with the exports of cultural and creative goods doubling the global average, Liu Hua, director of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) office in China, said during a conference on Saturday.
China's box office sales reached 3.39 billion yuan (about 495.6 million U.S. dollars) in August, bringing the total box office for 2020 to 5.8 billion yuan, as the world's second-largest box-office market gradually recovers.
South Korea posted a cultural content trade surplus for the ninth consecutive month in June amid the overseas popularity of K-pop and its broader Korean Wave, central bank data showed Wednesday.
Arts Council Korea is promoting the second additional contest for the '2020 Performing Arts Specialised Theatre Operation Project' in order to revitalise the performing arts industry, which has contracted due to COVID-19.