Today AusHeritage completed the signing process regarding our Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the China University of Technology, Taipei, Taiwan. The event was held at the Observatory Hotel in Kent Street Sydney where AusHeritage Chair Vinod Daniel and Australia China Council Project Leader, Bruce Pettman added their signatures to the MOU.
AusHeritage Members Bruce Pettman, Vinod Daniel and Ian Cook with the signed MOU
The key features of the agreement focus on joint activities including conferences, seminars, symposia, workshops and exhibitions on the protection, preservation, promotion and management of cultural and natural heritage. The MOU will encourage the exchange of expertise and joint activities in the research, preservation, conservation, promotion and management of cultural and natural heritage including the encouragement of exchange programs and especially internships.