Museums: Vehicle for China's Modernization?

Lengyel, Alfonz
November 1984
Archaeology;Nov/Dec84, Vol. 37 Issue 6, p80
Focuses on the modernization and development of museums in China. Educational aspects of museums; Discovery of artifacts; Preservation and protection of China's cultural heritage through the implementation of laws.


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