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Traditional Arts and Ethnology Centre, Lao PDR

Traditional Arts and Ethnology Centre, Lao PDR

The Traditional Arts and Ethnology Centre in Luang Prabang, Lao PDR, was launched in July 2007 to promote understanding of Lao PDR’s ethnic diversity and advocate for the survival and transmission of its cultural heritage.  Read More

Budapest: Korean Art in the 18-19th Century

Budapest: Korean Art in the 18-19th Century

The Hopp Ferenc East-Asia Museum of Art, Budapest, Hungary, has a temporary exhibition presenting the extremely exciting culture of Korea. Interiors, ceremonial clothing and ornamented objects represent Korean art.  Read More

National Museum of Scotland

National Museum of Scotland

The building of the new Museum of Scotland, which opened in 1998, to tell the country’s history from earliest times to the present day, created a landmark museum in Edinburgh for the nation.  Read More

A Manchu bride. Photograph by John Thomson. Credit: Wellcome Library, London. Wellcome Images

Photo Exhibition Dublin: China through Scottish eyes

At the Chester Beatty Library, Dublin, there is an photography exhibition on loan from the Wellcome Library, London, featuring photos of China taken by Scottish photographer John Thomson between 1868 and 1872.   Read More

musée du quai Branly, permanent collections, © musée du quai Branly, photographer Nicolas Borel,

Quai Branly Museum, France

The creation of the Quai Branly Museum (musée du quai Branly) Paris, France, an institution entirely dedicated to the arts and civilizations of Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Americas, was the result of a political desire to see justice rendered to Non-European cultures.  Read More

Guimet Museum of Asian Art, France

Guimet Museum of Asian Art, France

The Guimet Museum of Asian Art (Musée National des arts asiatiques Guimet) in Paris, France has one of the largest collections of Asian art outside Asia.  Read More

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