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Journeys without Borders: Understanding World Heritage Travel

Tan Huaiyu at the Taj Mahal, India

Efforts of the Beijing Cultural Heritage Protection Center (CHP) over the years have spread the concept, knowledge and education of cultural heritage protection to many people. In order to achieve further mass consciousness and effective cultural protection, the awareness of individuals needs to be passed onto others.

At the “Journeys without Borders: Understanding World Heritage Travel” event, CHP is honored to have prolific traveler Tan Huaiyu discussing his experiences with an audience at the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art on August 13. 

Having traveled to 31 countries and 147 world heritage sites in China and abroad, Tan Huaiyu will show, through his footsteps and his lens, the colorful world of cultural heritage, while sharing stories of his journeys, human culture and personal insights.

Tan Huaiyu: world traveler

His destinations have included Egypt, India, Israel, Greece, Spain, Turkey, Syria, Czech Republic, Sri Lanka, Tunisia, Jordan, Indonesia, Italy, France, Germany, Austria, Thailand, South Korea and Japan. 

The event program includes:

• Tan Huaiyu – Free spirit / blogger / photographer
• Photography slideshows
• An overview of the origin of the world’s cultural heritage
• World heritage of war: the destruction of sights and failed off-site reconstruction
• Ideas to inspire and encourage


Where: La Suite Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, 798 Art District, No. 4 Jiuxianqiao Lu, Chaoyang District, Beijing

When: August 13th, 2011, 2:00 – 4:00 pm

Register: chpnews@163.com or (010) 6403 6532. 

Please note, this event is in Chinese.

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