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My dad isn't so bad about it, but my mom is almost crazy about me and my brothers and sisters respecting our Chinese heritage – even though SHE violated Chinese customs by marrying a 'gwai'." Seeing the looks of confusion on our faces, Jade explained "Gwai means foreigner -" except they way it's used, it doesn't just mean foreigner. It's tough to explain, but there's a whole lot of other stuff that's included when a Chinese refers to a non-Chinese as 'gwai' – and none of it is good. If you can imagine someone saying 'tourist' like it leaves a bad taste in their mouth, it's like that -" only maybe a thousand times worse, okay?" All of us nodded our understanding, and Jade went on "Okay, knowing how Chinese feel about gwai, you can probably figure out what it was like for Mom after she married Daddy. But despite all that, she still wants all of us kids to honor and respect Chinese ways. That's how bad most Chinese are about being Chinese, okay? That why it makes me crazy sometimes, having an American dad and Chinese mom: Daddy is good about how things change, while Mom is stuck in hundreds and thousands of years of tradition." Taking a breath to settle herself again, Jade went on "One of the really big things about being Chinese, and the culture, is that there's this incredible pressure for a girl to be a virgin on her wedding night ...
|Virtual Reality for Cultural Heritage Applications|
A Virtual Tour Guide also guides the visitors around the heritage site.
|APPROPRIATION OF YOGA AND OTHER INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE AND CULTURAL HERITAGE. A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE LEGAL REGIME OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS|
This book attempts to frame the current debate at the intersection of IPRs and indigenous knowledge, bringing in the case studies on the appropriation of traditional Yoga of Hindu and the Zia sun of Zia?
|Heritage Networks. Managing Network Cultural Heritage on the Web|
We call this new type of heritage ‘network cultural heritage’, as it is composed of elements that are widespread and yet strongly connected.
|An Empirical Study on the Satisfaction Level of International Tourists on Cultural/Heritage Destinations in Chandiagarh and Its Environs Tourism Marketing in Chandiagarh.|
This trend is evident in the rise in the volume of tourists who seek adventure, culture, history, archaeology and interaction with local people.
|Cultural Property und Cultural Heritage. Eine vergleichend ethnologische Analyse internationaler UNESCO-Konzeptionen|
Durch die Einfuehrung eines Erbe-Konzepts konnte die Beschraenktheit des Eigentumsbegriffes umgangen werden und weitere Kategorien, wie jene des Immateriellen/ Geistigen erfasst und zugleich Zugangsberechtigungen erweitert werden.
|Ministry of Cultural Heritage|
It is based at 27 via del Collegio Romano, Rome, and the current minister is Sandro Bondi.
|Intangible cultural heritage|
The concept of intangible cultural heritage (ICH) emerged in the 1990s, as a counterpart to the World Heritage that focuses mainly on tangible aspects of culture.
|Cultural heritage management|
It is a branch of cultural resources management (CRM), although it also draws on the practices of conservation, restoration, museology, archaeology, history and architecture.
|Intellectual Property Issues in Cultural Heritage project|
The Intellectual Property Issues in Cultural Heritage (IPinCH) project is an international research initiative to explore and facilitate fair and equitable exchanges of knowledge relating to archaeology.
|Our Hellenic heritage|
|Cultural Heritage of Serbia|
The list of Cultural Heritage is a cultural property list (Cultural Property of Great Importance) in the Republic of Serbia warranting the highest level of the State protection.
|Safeguarding cultural property from natural and manmade risks. Suggestions for personnel involved in the protection of living religious cultural heritage|
Thus, starting from the risk management process, a specific strategy is defined, treating the major risks that places of worship may be threatened by (floods, fire, earthquakes,armed conflict and looting).
|IEE Indoor Environment Engineering. in Cultural Heritage|
The book, originally conceived as a REHVA Guidebook, will attempt to find a solution to overcome this difference, particularly by considering energy efficiency as the proper tool to be used in the conservation of cultural heritage.
|A History of Cultural Heritage management in Ethiopia (1944-1974). Aspects of Cultural Heritage management in Ethiopia|
Thus, the book is indispensable for cultural heritage experts,academicians,practitioners and researchers interested in the field of study.
|Gastronomic Communication and the Intangible Cultural Heritage at the Juncture of Cosmopolitanism, Nationalism and Indigeneity A Nation's Update: the Mexican Food Narratives and Cultural Diversity.|
This book explores the challenges that the Intangible Cultural Heritage Convention poses in terms of a renegotiation with the national pasts that is often necessary to formulate an intangible cultural heritage, particularly when there are indigenous peoples involved.
|Ancient Sukhothai. Thailand's Cultural Heritage|
As well as providing an in-depth survey of over 80 temples in the three sites and highlighting the masterpieces from related museums, author Dawn Rooney discusses the art and architecture of the period, with a special section on ceramics.
|Open Licensing for Cultural Heritage|
Using rich background information, international case studies and examples of best practice, this book outlines how and why open licenses should and can be used with the sector' s content, data and metadata. Open Licensing for Cultural Heritage digs into the concept of open in relation to intellectual property, providing context through the development of different fields, including open education, open source, open data, and open government. It explores the organizational benefits of open licensing and the open movement, including the importance of content discoverability, arguments for wider collections impact and access, the practical benefits of simplicity and scalability, and more ethical and principled arguments related to protection of public content and the public domain. This practical and explanatory guide for library and cultural heritage professionals introduces and explains the use of open licenses for content, data and metadata in libraries and other cultural heritage organizations.
|50 Years of Rolling Stone. The Music, Politics and People that Changed Our Culture|
|The American Heritage College Thesaurus|
Each synonym list springs from a concise definition, while words with related meanings show cross-references to one another.
|Heritage, Culture and Conservation. Managing the Urban Renaissance|
In the context of these different agendas and fluctuating power bases this book identified a four stage process of using the historic environment to secure urban regeneration: firstly, recognising the meaning of space; secondly, managing urban change; thirdly, seducing urban users, and fourthly, manipulating the historic environment.