Cultural Contestation 2018
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-91914-0_10
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Dealing with a Difficult Past: Japan, South Korea and the UNESCO World Heritage List

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“…Author of a book titled The Industrial Heritage, Kat o appears as a key instigator in developing and promoting the Meiji Industrial Site heritage application, as well as for securing the political support the application would subsequently receive. By the middle of that decade there had developed a consortium of stakeholders involved in promoting the preservation of Kyushu's industrial legacy, including museums, local administrations, resident's associations, the two key industrial corporations of Mitsubishi and Mitsui, and eventually the prefectural governments themselves (Trifu, 2018). After 2006, this consortium explicitly pushed for UNESCO recognition of the "universal value" inhering to a series of industrial sites by which Japan had been transformed, as the consortium's website noted, "From a Small Asia Nation to World Economic Power" [1].…”
Section: The Heritage Industrymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Author of a book titled The Industrial Heritage, Kat o appears as a key instigator in developing and promoting the Meiji Industrial Site heritage application, as well as for securing the political support the application would subsequently receive. By the middle of that decade there had developed a consortium of stakeholders involved in promoting the preservation of Kyushu's industrial legacy, including museums, local administrations, resident's associations, the two key industrial corporations of Mitsubishi and Mitsui, and eventually the prefectural governments themselves (Trifu, 2018). After 2006, this consortium explicitly pushed for UNESCO recognition of the "universal value" inhering to a series of industrial sites by which Japan had been transformed, as the consortium's website noted, "From a Small Asia Nation to World Economic Power" [1].…”
Section: The Heritage Industrymentioning
confidence: 99%