A recently-concluded seminar in Hue saw a gathering of scientists and museum professionals discuss the impact of climate change on cultural heritage.
Seminar on preserving cultural heritages
Tuoi Tre News, 12 June 2012
The role museums play in protecting cultural heritages in the Mekong and Ganga River valleys and the impacts of climate change were debated at an international science seminar in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue on June 11-12.
The event was co-organised by the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology and the Vietnam Institute of Literature and Arts Studies with nearly 50 scientists from Vietnam , Bangladesh , Nepal , India , Laos , Thailand , Cambodia and China taking part.
The delegates focused their discussions on climate change’s impacts on cultural heritages.
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