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As part of Japan and North Korea's ongoing effort to normalise diplomatic relations, the two countries signed a joint declaration in September regarding talks on the fate of several hundred artefacts from North Korea acquired during Japan's occupation.
In India there is an emergence of a culture built around the internet.
The People's Republic of China has announced that it will host a WIPO summit on intellectual property, April 24-26, 2003, on the subject of 'Intellectual Property in the Knowledge Economy'.
The Japanese Art Scene Monitor has reported that Japan has now reached a stage where it is both possible and necessary to evaluate the effects of the bubble economy, in terms of its arts scene.
The Hong Kong Arts Development Council (ADC) has recently developed a partnership with the government Labour Department to organise a youth work experience and training scheme in the arts and creative industry.
Arts students in India are beating out their IT colleagues to gain jobs in the software industry for companies like Infosys, Nike, Titan and Madura Coates.