(Im)migration and museum trends in Japan
Chunni Chui, Hiromi Takao & Kaori Akazawa
Migration:Cities Workshop, Mexico 2017. In collaboration with Hiromi Takao & Kaori Akazawa, Chunni (Jenny) Chui is focusing on "(Im)migration and museum trends in Japan". Chunni Chiu (Jenny) received her MA in Art Management in 2009 at National Taipei University of Education, Taiwan. She is a PhD candidate in the Department of Comparative Studies, School of Cultural and Social Studies, in The Graduate University for Advanced Studies of Japan, working on her research and studying as members of National Ethnology Museum. Her main research interest is in city museums and cultural heritage, and the relationship between city museums and communities. She is currently working with ICOM Japan to organise the ICOM Kyoto 2019 General Conference. Hiromi Takao received her BA in Education at Hokkaido University of Education. Her interest in museums as lifelong learning spaces was fostered volunteering at Sapporo Salmon Museum – where on graduating she worked in research and education, fish
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