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28 August 2017, International Symposium on Cultural Resource Studies 2017 "Cultural Resource Management, Tourism and Daily Life: Who Interests? Whose Benefit?"

Graduate Program in Cultural Resource Studies, Kanazawa University, Japan (GPCRM) and University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vietnam National University, Vietnam (USSH VNU) are co-hosting an international workshop "Cultural Resource Management, Tourism and Daily Life: Who Interests? Whose Benefit?" from 28 to 30 August 2017.

On the first day of the workshop, 28 August, we are hosting the International Symposium on Cultural Resource Studies 2017.

The detail of these events is as follows:

CULTURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, TOURISM AND DAILY LIFE: WHO INTERESTS? WHOSE BENEFIT?

Theme Background
Tourism is employed by many countries in Southeast Asia to develop and preserve culture. If it is properly planned and well managed, it can be an effective tool for cultural growth and creating incomes, which can support and strengthen culture as well as its heritage and creativity. The emergence of tourism turns cultural elements into important resources of the tourism product that can be managed and can be interpreted in many different values and meanings by stakeholders.
This workshop mainly discusses advanced issues relating to the ability to benefits between actors involved in tourism development, such as: tourists, villagers, government, scholars and so on. We need to take a look at the tourist site with different eyes and give a brief overview of the relationship between tourism and development. How to sustainable tourism management base on the case study in Bat Trang village became a featured example for CRM.

General information for the workshop
This event is a collaboration between Graduate Program for Cultural Resource Management from Kanazawa University, Japan and the students from University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vietnam National University, Vietnam. It will be held in 3 days from 28-30 August 2017 in Hanoi, Vietnam. This event will be opened with an “International Symposium on Cultural Resource Management Studies”, consisting of 2 keynote speeches and 6 presentations discuss the current issue of Tourism, Cultural Resource, and Daily Life. Fieldworks in Bat Trang village will be conducted on the second day to observe the situation in the field and collect the opinions from related stakeholders. The collected data from Bat Trang village will be used for the discussion session by students from the two universities on the last day to discover new Idea for using tourism as a tool for managing the cultural resource.

Symposium

Date: 28 August 2017

Venue: Multimedia room, 3rd floor, Anthroplogy Museum, Building D, University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Ha Noi National University, 336 Nguyen Trai street, Thanh Xuan district, Ha Noi 

Open to the public, Free

Keynote Speakers

Lam Thi My Dung
The Champa Temple-Towers Heritage - Problems of Conservation and Tourist Exploitation

Yoshida Yasuyuki
What is archaeological Dong Son Drum shaping in contemporary Vietnam?

Nguyen Hoai Phuong and Dang Hong Son
How to guide the students at fieldwork in the Traditional Craft Villages

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