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One of Afghanistan’s key training institutions for journalists, the AINA Media and Cultural Centre in Kabul, is now able to offer Internet connectivity to its clientele.
The Japanese Arts Scene Monitor has reported that the Association for Corporate Support of the Arts (Mecenat), the independent body set up to decide whether arts events are worthy of receiving tax-deductible donations, has broadened its definition of an arts event to include media arts such as manga and anime.
South Korean major Cinema Service is to boost its investment in local film production amidst what appears to be an exodus of venture capital from the industry.
Italy has provided UNESCO with $4.0m to help develop the media in Afghanistan.
The importance of the arts to the economy is receiving worldwide attention, as evidenced by new reports in Singapore.
Bangkok’s governor Samak Sundaravej’s plan to turn a sorely needed arts centre into a commercial development has hit some unexpected snags, as artists stage headline-grabbing protests and construction companies refuse to participate in the project.