Taking stock in Chengdu of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Convention’s first decade – and its future
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A highlight of the worldwide celebrations of the Convention’s tenth anniversary, the Chengdu International Conference on Intangible Cultural Heritage featured series of round-table discussions where panelists recalled the intentions of the framers of the 2003 Convention, identified its achievements thus far and defined priorities for the future. First-hand testimony was offered from those who were responsible for its creation and those who have been implementing it since, a rich and lively exchange of aspirations and accomplishments as reflected in the Conference Recommendations.
- 14/16-06-2013, Chengdu (China): The Intangible Cultural Heritage Convention: its first decade
- Countries: China
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