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How best to preserve the archaeological record of the past, which so often obtrudes on political objectives of the present? And what happens when nation states are effectively bankrupt? Are its monuments to be allowed to collapse into decay? Or
Convention from this year, with the first edition being held in Indian Institutes of Management (IIM) Calcutta. About 1800 participants would be attending the Convention from different parts of the world...Kolkata Chapter said," We are very happy to
Nanjing ( China Daily) A museum in Nanjing, Jiangsu province, has suspended the excavation of what is thought to be an imperial mausoleum following protests from archaeologists and the public. The department of archaeology at the Nanjing Museum
Kiran Seth tells Anjana Rajan he feels it will be a game changer The concrete pathways and neat brick buildings of Modern School, Barakhamba Road, are baking in the May sun. A seemingly endless line of buses leaves the gate in orderly fashion. The
Beijing has filed an application asking authorities to list more than 100 of its traditional snacks as national "relics". The move aims to prevent centuries-old culinary traditions from dying out and to ensure better overall food value for consumers,
Fuji, which has been adored as a symbol of Japanese culture since ancient times, will most likely be registered as a World Cultural Heritage Site...Fuji will be the 13th World Cultural Heritage Site in Japan, and the first since the Hiraizumi
The call comes shortly after centuries-old stonemasonry at Beijing's Ming Tombs was badly damaged by suspected would-be thieves. Although many sites already have cameras and barriers, expert He Shuzhong warned that the general lack of awareness among
South Korea (AP) Five years after an arsonist destroyed it, the stone-and-wood southern gate to the old walled capital of Seoul has been painstakingly restored to its late 14th century glory by a small army of master craftsmen using traditional tools.
The federal government has announced funding of almost $200,000 to help Canadian museums contribute to a key international research effort on the restitution of Holocaust-era works of art stolen by the Nazis. In partnership with six museums, the
The task force consists of the cruiser Admiral Nevelskoi, the submarine destroyer Admiral Panteleyev and a combat logistics boat. The vessels are in Iran as part of a program of cooperation between the two navies.