2012-01-16Zeitschriftenartikel DOI: 10.18452/8704
Enlightening Chinese museums — lessons from university museums
In recent years, with China's economic growth, a rapid expansion in the number and size of Chinese museums can be seen. Unfortunately, the aim of museums to serve communities has not reached the appropriate level. Visitors' participation and recognition need to be improved. In this article we explore the road ahead for Chinese. We suggest ways for Chinese museums raise money, attract more visitors and better serve and engage their interest.
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