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A Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between the Brunei Museums Department and three main sponsors - Brunei Shell Petroleum Company Sdn Bhd, HSBC and TotalFinaElf - to produce an Information Resource CD for Brunei Museums Department.
India's Culture Department has announced an agreement between India and Italy that will see the two countries co-operate against the illegal trafficking of cultural assets.
Japan's art museums, which include such world-famous names as the huge Tokyo National Museum that specializes in the country's cultural treasures, are facing a serious cash crunch.
The National Arts Council in Singapore will honour donors to the arts in its 2003 Patron of the Arts Awards and Arts Supporter Awards.
More sloppy movies that would stunt the mind, and higher doctors' fees that would aggravate the body. These are just two of numerous 'long-term effects' that Filipinos might as well bet on once government starts collecting more taxes on 'professionals' such as entertainers, doctors, lawyers and accountants.
Tourist arrivals to Malaysia last year was estimated at 13.1 million and this figure is expected to grow as the world flocks to the country to witness first-hand its diverse culture and arts.