Updated regulations on the protection of Beijing's historical and cultural areas came into effect last week, highlighting the capital's determination to preserve its areas of historical interest.
The Danish Agency for Culture and Palaces has just launched a pilot project to investigate how to take care of distressed buildings in the country's outlying areas. The purpose is to find methods that can help limit the loss of important, historic buildings around Denmark.
Culture Minister Hwang Hee on Thursday said it is important to inject money into developing cultural infrastructure here during a press conference.
The Ministry of Youth Sport Arts and Recreation is opening a platform for young innovators from all walks of life with an opportunity to showcase their work to the Government and stand a chance to secure technical and financial support for their innovations as part of this year’s National Youth Day Commemorations.
Degraded monuments without funding for restoration is a story spanning many years. The project "Support for investment in preservation, restoration and restoration of classified relics (outside the Hue Monuments Complex) in the province until 2030" approved by the Provincial People's Council at the end of 2020 is an open path to improve efficiency, proactivity in allocating funds and mobilising resources to combat degradation for monuments.
The German government has announced that it will hand out €32 million ($38 million) this year to national cultural institutions undertaking modernization projects, including updating security systems. More than 73 cultural venues across Germany will benefit from the grant.