About CHP

Beijing Cultural Heritage Protection Center (CHP) is a small grassroots, legally-registered NGO working to protect cultural heritage across China.

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Heritage Trail project

Media Training

Media Training

Media Training
We believe that the media generally ignores reports about cultural heritage protection for two main reasons:
1) The media has a limited understanding of cultural heritage, therefore, overlooks important cultural artifacts that are fast disappearing.
2) The media’s reports rarely live up to expectations because journalists lack knowledge of the laws regarding cultural heritage protection.

We hope to increase media awareness of cultural heritage protection through Media Training Program.

Program History

January 2007 | Conducted Media Responsibility and Cultural Heritage Protection Training Session in Changchun, Jilin Province.
December 2007 | Gave speech on Media responsibility and Cultural Heritage Protection at the Internews-run “Media Social Responsibility: A Multi-departmental Dialogue,” hosted by Xi’an Foreign Language University, Xi’an, Shaanxi Province.
November 2007 | Gave speech on the affects of acid rain on cultural artifacts at the Internews-run “Environmental Legal System and Media Report“, Guangzhou
January 2008 | In cooperation with Internews, CHP held a Journalist Salon at our Bailin Temple office.
March 2008 | CHP held a “Protecting China’s World Heritage Sites“Journalist Salon at our Bailin Temple office.
July 2008 | CHP held a “Qiang Minority Cultural Protection” Journalist Salon at our Bailin Temple office.
January 2009 | CHP held a “Cultural Heritage Protection and Urban Development” Journalist Salon with ICCD at No. 7 Nanluoguxiang.
CHP would like to thank our volunteer translator, Michele Scrimenti, for his outstanding translation of this article.
CHP hopes to recommence this program soon! For more information on how to donate to our Media Training Program through Zhifubao or other avenues, please visit our How to Donate page.
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