by admin on June 14, 2012

Penny Eames is off to Japan on 14th June to attend the 17th International Conference on Cultural Economics.      She is also using the visit to explore examples of museums that collect and celebrate Japan’s intangible cultural heritage.     Intangible cultural heritage includes the skills and knowledge held in the minds of people who in many cases are elderly.

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