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Commemorating 20 years since the destruction of two Buddhas of Bamiyan, Afghanistan

Ernesto Ottone R., UNESCO – 11 March 2021 Marking twenty years since the Taliban tragically destroyed the Buddhas of Bamiyan, this UNESCO article takes the anniversary as an opportunity to show their solidarity with the Afghan people and stress the importance of preserving cultural heritage. Read the full article here.

10 Traditional Trades To Support In Hong Kong Before They Disappear

Helen Yu, Tatler Hong Kong – 18 February 2021 Beneath Hong Kong’s cosmopolitan and modern exterior there are many traditional heritages that are often forgotten but are a key part of the city’s historical and cultural identity. In this article, Helen Yu shines a light on these trades, including birdcage making, mahjong tile carving and…

2020 UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage Awards for Cultural Heritage Conservation | Restoring Heritage

Greater Kashmir The restoration of Amar Singh College Building by INTACH, Kashmir Chapter, wins the prestigious award The 2020 UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage Awards for Cultural Heritage Conservation represent the significant progress of conservation within nine countries in the region. The restoration of the Amar Singh College Building by Intach, Kashmir Chapter, won the prestigious award…