MoRAC Union Minister urges to preserve traditional Myanmar performing arts

9.4.2021 NEWS 4 p12
Union Minister U Ko Ko is viewing the dance rehearsals at the Department of Culture yesterday.

Union Minister for Religious Affairs and Culture U Ko Ko inspected the dance rehearsals at training theatre and construction works of warehouse implemented with 2020-2021FY capital expenditures of the Department of Fine Arts in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday.
During his visit to the theatre, the Union Minister highlighted the duties to preserve the Myanmar traditional arts, to uplift national integrity, to conserve the cultural heritage, to improve the quality of arts, including cultural exchange programmes, and to support the practice sessions of Myanmar orchestra waing and traditional dances.
Then, he urged the artists to make concerted efforts in conserving Myanmar traditional arts and handing them over to youths in order to uplift the integrity.
The Union Minister also inspected the construction of a two-storey warehouse for the artists. The building is being constructed by Myanmar Pyae Wa Aung Company, and the relevant site engineers explained the operation.
The Union Minister finally instructed to build the quality building in accordance with the fixed standards and to ensure a safe workplace and clearance of insects. —MNA

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