International Training Seminar on the Management and Nomination for World Heritage of the Silk Roads

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Summaryuuuuuu: The International Training Seminar on the Management and Nomination for World Heritage of the Silk Roads successfully completed in Xi'an by IICC-X.

The International Training Seminar on the Management and Nomination for World Heritage of the Silk Roads successfully completed in Xi'an. 


On November 22, 2018, the 12-day "International Training Seminar on the Management and Nomination for World Heritage of the Silk Roads" was successfully held at the Nanshanyuan International Academic Exchange Center of Northwestern Polytechnical University in Xi'an. This seminar was organised by IICC-X and  supported by the UNESCO World Heritage Centre (UNESCO WHC), State Administration of Cultural Heritage of China, Xi'an Municipal People's Government, as well as Northwestern Polytechnical University.

The training seminar invited renowned experts and professors from UNESCO, ICOMOS, University of London, Newcastle University, ICOMOS China, Chinese Academy of Cultural Heritage, China Foundation For Cultural Heritage Conservation, China Architecture Design & Research Group, Peking University, Northwest University and other universities and colleges, to teach in the fields of archaeology, protection, management, regulation, nomination, planning, monitoring, interpretation, presentation, etc. At the same time, training participants were organised  to Emperor Qinshihuang's Mausoleum  Museum, Chang'an City ruins in Western Han Dynasty,, Daming Palace of Tang Dynasty, Small Wild Goose Pagoda (Xi'an Museum), Caotang Temple, Ancient Avalokitesvara Temple and other places to conduct on-site visits and lectures in a combination of theoretical and practical methods. A total of 40 participants of management institutions along the Silk Roads from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and China's Shaanxi, Henan, Gansu, Qinghai, Ningxia, Xinjiang and other provinces participated in this seminar.

The training seminar was of great significance for China and Central Asian countries to jointly inherit and carry forward the spirit of friendly cooperation of the Silk Roads, and carried out cultural and talent exchanges and cooperation on the management and nomination process.


Opening ceremony:

Address: Dr. Roland Chi-Hung Lin, Specialist of UNESCO World Heritage Centre

 

Speech: Mr. Song Xinchao, Deputy Director of State Administration of Cultural Heritage of China

 

Address: Mr. Zhou Kuiying, Deputy Director of Shaanxi Provincial Administration of Cultural Heritage

 

Lecture: Thematic Study of the Silk Roads Corridor

By Prof. Tim Williams, Reader of University College London, Silk Road archaeologist

 

Lecture: Exhibition and Presentation of Cultural Heritage

By Mr Liu Jian, Deputy Director of Architecture History Institute under China Architecture Design & Research Group

 

Lecture: Diversified Religions and the Silk Roads

By Prof Chen Ling, Professor of the School of Archaeology and Museology of Peking University

 

Lecture: Cultural Heritage Laws and Regulations of China

By Mr Liu Shuguang, Former Deputy Director of State Administration of Cultural Heritage of China


Lecture: Heritage Value Cognition of Gulangyu Island and Conservation Strategy

By Mr Wei Qing, Member of ICOMOS Shared Heritage Specialized Committee, General Manager of Beijing Guanyuan Consulting Co. Ltd., Senior Engineer

 

Lecture: Case Study of Roman Empire Frontier (Compilation of the Conservation Plan and Coordination Management

By Mr David Brown, Visiting Lecturer of the School of Cultural Heritage of Newcastle University

 

Lecture: Chances and Challenges for Conservation of Cultural Heritage under the International Context

By Prof Zhan Changfa, Secretariat General of China Foundation for Cultural Heritage Conservation, Conservation and Restoration Specialist

 

Lecture: World Heritage Monitoring in China

By Prof Hou Weidong, Planning and Monitoring Specialist, special expert of lICC-X

 

Exchanges by Training Participants

Co-host: Prof Wang Jianxin, Professor of the School of Cultural Heritage of Northwest University

Prof Yang Junchang, Deputy President of the School of Cultural Heritage of Northwestern Polytechnical University


Field trip: management and operation of Daming Palace



Field trip: Chang’an City of Han Dynasty

 

Field trip: Emperor Qinshihuang's Mausoleum Site Museum


Field trip: Small Wild Goose Pagoda, Xi'an Museum



Field trip: Ancient Avalokitesvara Temple and Caotang Temple

 

Lecture: Silk Roads Nomination and Management-From Challenge to Enlightenment and Cooperation

By Prof Feng Jian, Executive Deputy Director of lICC-X

 

 

Extracurricular activity: making dumplings

 

Graduation ceremony

Speech by Mr Ma Rui, Director of Xi an Municipal Administration of Cultural Heritage

 

Issuing certificates

(Edited by IICC-X)


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