Special Exhibit on Cultural Properties in Nov.The National Research Institute of Cultural Properties will hold a special exhibition and international conference in commemoration of the 30th anniversary of the institute's founding.
The special exhibition on the theme of 'Thirty Years of Cultural Properties Research - Retrospect and Prospect', which consists of five sections, including relics studies, will be held at the National Folk Museum (NFM) from November 10 to 13.
Scholars from Japan, China and Russia will be invited to an international academic conference on '21st Century and Cultural Properties Research' to be held at the NFM auditorium for a week from November 17.
The institute plans to publish a book recording 30 years of activity since its foundation, while seeking joint research with Russia Science Institute on the remains of the Amur River's lower reaches in the Far East.
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