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Art troupes from more than 20 countries and regions will attend this year's Shanghai International Arts Festival which opened on November 1.
Created by Act. No. 284 on October 29, 1901, the National Museum of the Philippines' first task was to become the lead institution in protecting, preserving, and promoting the cultural heritage of the Filipino people.
Singapore-based producer, Shireen Seow, of Shaksfin Asia, sees the language barrier as only the first of the challenges facing companies wanting to mount Asia-wide tours.
Similar to France's doomed bid to halt the proliferation of English words,the Japanese government has formed a panel to propose measures to stem the foreign word corruption.
The Indian Ministry for Tourism and Culture, in collaboration with the Ministry of Environment and Forests, is presenting a festival of Indian Classical dance at the historic Purana Quila monument.
A new tax bill proposed to the Finance Ministry in Japan will grant grace periods for inheritance tax payments on private-owned artworks, such as paintings and sculptures, while they are on display at galleries and museums.