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2018-06

Letter of Agreement signed between CANSM and UNESCO

In the morning of June 24, the signing ceremony of the bilateral Letter of Agreement between the Chinese Association of Natural Science Museum (CANSM) and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) was held at Shanghai Science and Technology M...

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2018-09

Science literacy is boosted in Beijing

China will work with other nations and international science organizations to facilitate the sharing of resources and practices for promoting scientific literacy around the world, a declaration adopted on Wednesday in Beijing said.

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2018-09

Scientific literacy on the rise

The Chinese population is becoming more scientifically literate, with more people from less developed regions able to understand and use science to solve issues in life and at work, officials said on Tuesday.

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2018-08

BRI not meant to be 'China club'

The Belt and Road Initiative does not aim at a geopolitical or military alliance, nor will it establish a small bloc or set up a "China club", President Xi Jinping said on Monday.

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2018-08

The original exhibition and movie of SSTM made debuts at Thailand National Science and Technology Festival

With the support of China Association of Natural Museums, Shanghai Science and Technology Museum and National Science and Technology Museum of Thailand signed the letter of intent for exchange of exhibitions and the letter of intent for film cooperation during the First Interna...

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Dr. Yoslan Nur

Science Policy and Capacity Building Division, Natural Sciences Sector, UNESCO

Dr Yoslan Nur is a UNESCO Programme Specialist and working in the Division of Science Policy and Capacity Building, Natural Sciences Sector. He holds a Masters and Ph.D. in urban and regional development and an engineering degree in urban planning. He joined UNESCO in 1999. He is a focal point for innovation policy related activities, including promoting a culture of innovation, popularization of science, South-South cooperation of STI and STI assessment and monitoring, in view to use science for sustainable development to implement the 2030 Agenda.

Keynote Speech: Potential Contribution of Natural Sciences Museums in the Achievement 2030 Agenda within the Context of Belt and Road Initiative



Dr. An Laishun

Vice-President, International Council of Museums (ICOM)

Dr. An is the Vice President of the International Council of Museums, ICOM and Secretary General of Chinese Museums Association, CMA. He is the Deputy Director of Luxun Museum, China, Editor- in-Chief of CHINESE MUSEUM magazine and Honorary Editor- in-Chief of MUSEUM INTERNATIONAL Chinese version.

Keynote Speech: Museums as Cutting-edge Laboratories of Our Shared Humanity



 

Dr. Cheng Donghong

President of the Chinese Association of Natural Science Museums (CANSM)

Graduated from the Institute of International and Comparative Study of Education of the Beijing Normal University, Cheng Donghong is now the President of Chinese Association of Natural Science Museums (CANSM), he member of Law Special Committee of the National People's Congress (NPC) of the People's Republic of China, and the Executive Vice President of China Women’s Association for Science and Technology (CWAST). She was the Vice President and the Executive Secretary of China Association for Science and Technology (CAST).

Keynote Speech: Opening up a Bright Future for the Development of Science-Related Museums under Belt and Road Initiative





 

 



 

 

 

BRISMIS Forum Agenda

 

Session 1: Monday, Nov 27, 2017 (13:30-17:00)

Moderator: Yin HaoChairman of Organizing Committee, BRISMIS

 

No.

Time

Speaker

Title / Institution /Country

1

13:30-13:40

Deepak   Upreti

Director, Aircraft   Museum, Nepal

2

13:40-13:50

Reem Sabry

Director, Bibliotheca   Alexandrina Planetarium, Egypt

3

13:50-14:00

Grigor   Broutian

Delegate,   Byurakan Astrophysical Observatory - Viktor Hambardzumyan's House Museum, Armenia

4

14:00-14:10

Kenneth   Monjero

CEO,   Children Science Centre, Kenya

5

14:10-14:20

Anna   Lipinska

Delegate,Copernicus   Science Center, Poland

6

14:30-14:40

Gayane   Grigoryan

Director,   Geological Museum after H. Karapetyan of IGS NAS RA, Armenia

7

14:40-14:50

Mian   Hassan Ahmed

Director, Geological   Survey of Pakistan, Pakistan

8

14:50-15:00

Gabor   Csorba

Deputy   director, Hungarian Natural History Museum, Hungary

9

15:00-15:10

Maria   Isabel Garcia

Curator, Mind   MuseumPhilippines

10

15:10-15:20

Paul Firos

Founder, Museum   Herakleidon, Greece

11

15:20-15:30

Tom   Kapitany

Director, National   Dinosaur Museum, Australia


15:30-15:45

Coffee   Break

12

15:45-15:55

Alipova   Saya

Head of   research sector, National museum of the Republic

of   Kazakhstan, Republic of Kazakhstan

13

15:55-16:05

Aphiya   Hathayatham

Deputy   director, National Science Museum, Thailand

14

16:05-16:15

Shahram   Abbassi

Science   Advisor, Neyshabur   Planetarium, Iran

15

16:15-16:25

Ing.Branimir   Jovanovic

Director, Nikola   Tesla Museum, Serbia

16

16:25-16:35

Yang Rui

Director, Beijing   Auto Museum, China

17

16:35-16:45

Bai Jiade

Director, Beijing   Nanhaizi Elk Park Museum, China

18

16:45-16:55

Huang Keli

Director, Tianjin   Natural History Museum, China

Note: Invited Speakers in Alphabetical by name of Institutions.

 

Session 2: Tuesday, Nov 28, 2017 (9:00-11:00)

Moderator: Ou Jiancheng, Secretary General, BRISMIS


No.

Time

Speaker

Title / Institution /Country

1

09:00-09:10

Athanasios   Kontonikolaou

Director, NOESIS   – Thessaloniki Science Center and Technology Museum, Greek

2

09:10-09:20

Muhammad   Rafique

Director, Pakistan   Museum of Natural History, Pakistan

3

09:20-09:30

Sean Lee

Delegate, Penang   Tech CenterMalaysia

4

09:30-09:40

Milagros   Varguez

Director, Planetario   De Cozumel Cha'an Ka'an, Mexico

5

09:40-09:50

Graham   Durant

Professor,   Questacon/Australia's   National Science and Technology Centre, Australia

6

09:50-10:00

Burton Lim

Curator, Royal   Ontario Museum, Canada

7

10:00-10:10

Victoria   Chetvertak

Head of   Foreign Relations Sector, S.P.Korolev Space Museum,   Ukraine

8

10:10-10:20

Anna   Kliukina

Director, State   Darwin Museum, Russia

9

10:20-10:30

Akhmedshayev   Ahmadzhan Shayakubovich

Director, State   Geological Museum of the State Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan for   Geology of Mineral Resources, Republic of Uzbekistan

10

10:30-10:40

Nataliia   Pysarevska

Director, State   Polytechnic Museum, Ukraine

11

10:40-10:50

Li   Honghong

General   Manager, 3D New Culture Co. LTD, China

12

10:50-11:00

Yin Hao

Director, China Science and Technology Museum, China

Note: Invited Speakers in Alphabetical by name of Institutions.

 


Greetings from UNESCO and CANSM

Interwiew of International Participants

BRISMIS Highlights

China Science and Technology Museum

Shanghai Science & Technology Museum

The Mobile Science and Technology Museum Program in China

Guangdong Science Center

Beijing Auto Museum

Tianjin Natural History Museum - Silk Road Exhibition

Guangdong Science Center - Introduction

  • Greetings from UNESCO and CANSM

  • Interwiew of International Participants

  • BRISMIS Highlights

  • China Science and Technology Museum

  • Shanghai Science & Technology Museum

  • The Mobile Science and Technology Museum Program in China

  • Guangdong Science Center

  • Beijing Auto Museum

  • Tianjin Natural History Museum - Silk Road Exhibition

  • Guangdong Science Center - Introduction

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Beijing Declaration


We, the delegates to the First International Symposium on the Development of Natural Science Museums under the Belt and Road Initiative (BRISMIS), gathered in Beijing of China from November 27th to 28th. Committed to the principle enshrined in the Belt and Road Forum, we hold it to be self-evident that our aim is to discuss cooperation, establish a platform and share results. Having made in-depth analysis and detailed discussions based on the theme of “Collaborative Sharing and Reciprocation: Towards the Co-construction of a Silk Road for Science Communication”, as well as in consideration of the unique role of science-related museums in supporting the realization of the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations, we hereby issue a declaration named Beijing Declaration, as follows:


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Belt and Road Initiative Science Museum International Symposium (BRISMIS)

 

The First International Symposium on the Development of Natural Science Museums under the Belt and Road Initiative, or BRISMIS (Belt and Road Initiative Science Museum International Symposium) will center on the theme of "Collaborative Sharing and Reciprocation: Towards the Co-construction of a Silk Road for Science Communication". The symposium will facilitate academic discussions and communications regarding the relationship between scientific culture and social development, a topic that concerns all the Belt and Road countries; as well, it will expound the impact of natural science museums on local social development under the context of the fact that science and technology have combined to become an important force to drive economic and social developments.

Chinese Association of Natural Science Museums

 

Headquartered at China Science and Technology Museum, CANSM is an important academic organization dedicated to promoting the prosperity and development of natural science museums in China. Functioning as a national learned-society which helps to set up platforms for academic exchanges and interdisciplinary cooperation among natural science museums, CANSM boasts 315 institutional members as well as 1,274 individual members with eight sub-committees respectively grouping nature history museums, planetariums, science & technology museums, geological museums, aquariums, specialized museums, wetland museums and nature reserves in China. More than a quarter of its institutional members are scientific and technological museums, each with an exhibition area of more than 10,000m2 and nearly one hundred employees.

The Belt and Road Initiative

 

The Belt and Road Initiative, also known as the Land & Maritime Silk Road Initiative or the “One Belt, One Road” Initiative, refers to China’s proposal to build a Silk Road Economic Belt and a 21st Century Maritime Silk Road. During his visits to Central and Southeast Asia in September and October 2013, respectively, Chinese President Xi Jinping unveiled the plans to implement this initiative in cooperation with related countries. The initiative is based on five conceptual pillars – policy coordination, connectivity of facilities, unimpeded trade, financial integration, and strengthened people-to-people ties – and on the principle of mutual discussion, building jointly, and sharing the benefits equally, so as to bring genuine happiness to the people along the belt and road.
The coverage area of the initiative is primarily East Asia, Southeast Asia, South Asia, West Asia, Central Asia, and East-Central Europe. Building the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road is for the common interest of all regions involved, and conforms to the trend of regional and global cooperation, having already received active responses from the countries along the belt and road. By February 2017 over 100 countries and international and regional organizations had expressed their support for and willingness to participate in the initiative, and more than 40 countries and international organizations had reached agreements to cooperate with China in building the Silk Road Economic Belt and 21st Century Maritime Silk Road.

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BRISMIS - Belt and Road Initiative Science Museum International Symposium

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