"Intangible Cultural Heritage Law" to Be Implemented on June 1

14:11, June 17, 2011        

The “Intangible Cultural Heritage Law of the People’s Republic of China” will be implemented on June 1 this year, by which the protection of intangible cultural heritage in China will have a legal basis. China became a member of the “Intangible Cultural Heritage Protection Treaty” of UNESCO in 2004, and the implementation of this Law means that the protection of intangible cultural heritage in China is elevated to the legal level. The “Intangible Cultural Heritage Law” clearly defines the scope of the intangible cultural heritage, makes a list of the items, and includes intangible cultural heritage protection into the national economic and social development plans as well as budgets.

  By IP Channel of People's Daily Online

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