Museum digitization nears completion

Update: 4:50PM IN a bid to have all of its historical and heritage collections backed up, the Fiji Museum will soon have its digitalization process completed.

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Fiji Museum Director Sipiriano Nemani said they were working
with an organization to get this process completed.

“We are thankful for International Information and
Networking Centre for Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Asia-Pacific Region
(ICHCAP), a Korean based organization. So ICHCAP have come on board to support
us and funding the Museum regarding this,” Mr Nemani said.

Mr Nemani said they were using this digitalization process
to create backups for their analog written documents and recordings.

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