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Looking Around Museums in Asia and the Pacific: From archaeology to telecommunication. ©ACCU 1991
Looking Around Museums in Asia and the Pacific: From archaeology to telecommunication

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Language: English

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In this kit, 22 museums from 18 Asian and the Pacific countries are represented. They are divided into four groups: art, historical sites, folk cultures and sciences. The kit also shows the important role played by museums in various field of education and in preservation of cultural heritage.

The content of this cultural kit is organized in five parts: art, museums, historical sites, Folk culture and science.

Place/region Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, China, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Malaysia, Nepal, Philippines, Republic of Korea, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Asia and the Pacific
Type: Educational
Extract: 3 min. Total length:
Production: Asia-Pacific Cultural Centre for UNESCO, Japan, producer.
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Library catalogue (UNESDOC): 91092
Rights/Droits: UNESCO

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