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Tangible Cultural Heritage: New Methods and Approaches

Jointly with the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), the British Academy hosted a two-day workshop on Tangible Cultural Heritage: New Methods and Approaches (5-7 November). Participants included leading experts in the fields of archaeology, cultural heritage management and architecture from the UK and China. The workshop was geared towards promoting the exchange of knowledge and best practice on key issues pertaining to the protection, conservation, restoration and use of archaeological sites, historical monuments and cultural artefacts. It highlighted cutting-edge methods and innovative approaches to preserving tangible cultural heritage, enhancing its socio-economic benefits, and promoting public appreciation of its value.

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