Australian archeologists have discovered some of the most detailed examples of rare, small-scale rock art in the form of miniature stencils in a rock-shelter traditionally owned by the Marra people.
Australian archeologists reveal rock art’s big little secret
The Japanese government is looking to revive the tourism industry, a key driver of the economy that has been battered by the novel coronavirus pandemic, by paying for people to go on vacation in the country.
Japan aims to revive virus-hit tourism industry by footing bill
Iran is taking part as a special guest at the 523 Culture Art Festival at the 523 Cultural Industry Park in Hai’an in the east-central Chinese province of Jiangsu, presenting precious Persian handicrafts.
Iranian handicrafts on display at China festival
The national webinar to commemorate the prominent Persian poet Ferdowsi was held in the presence of renowned Iranian and foreign scholars and researchers.
National Ferdowsi Day webinar held
British author J.K. Rowling surprised fans with the announcement of a brand new children's book, which she is publishing in daily instalments on her website for free.
J.K. Rowling unveils ‘The Ickabog’, her first non-Harry Potter children's book
YouTube took down the controversial Michael Moore-produced documentary ‘Planet of the Humans’ in response to a copyright infringement claim by a British environmental photographer.
Michael Moore film ‘Planet of the Humans’ removed from YouTube
‘A View from Middle Australia: Perceptions of Arts, Culture and Creativity’ explored current attitudes to arts and culture amongst middle Australians, with a particular focus on swinging voters and marginal electorates in suburban and regional areas.
Report: Australians keen consumers of arts, culture
Archeologists in Germany have discovered a 6,000-year-old hilltop burial mound that indicates Neolithic societies were much more hierarchically organized than previously thought.
6,000-year-old German burial chamber destroys egalitarian ideologies
With the coronavirus pandemic causing the closure of national borders and the suspension of international travel, governments in emerging markets have begun to explore whether domestic tourism can kick-start their economies.
Can domestic travel address the tourism slump in emerging markets?
The Taipei Film Festival will go ahead in June, making it one of the first significant festivals to do so in the post-coronavirus era. While its film selection is international, audiences will be entirely local.
Taipei film event going ahead without overseas visitors

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