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Item No. ： FH-041
Suitable to carry many items during the exhibition or international show ,This is a heavy duty range of box for transportation,storage of your valuable products or items suitably spaced with foam partitions.
Easily customizable with your logo and accessories requirements specific to your needs.
From an order of as little as 100 pieces you can obtain an aluminium case in your desired size,colour and interior. We can design your perfect case together. Simply contact us directly and we will get back to you
* Inside : 39*27*14 CM
* Outside: 40*28*15CM
* EVA shape foam in lid and bottom part
* We will be happy to manufacture individual foam inserts for the aluminium cases according to your requirements
* Sliver ABS surface material
* One black comfortable handling
* two lokys
* 8 pcs plastic coners
Experts address steps the U.S. federal government can take to bolster economic competitiveness in international markets and to incentivize businesses to invest more in the United States.
Edward Alden, Bernard L. Schwartz Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations
Steven L. Rattner, Chairman, Willett Advisors, LLC
Jay C. Shambaugh, Member, Council of Economic Advisers, The White House
Mira Patel, Senior Advisor, U.S. Global Development Lab, U.S. Agency for International Development
The Web and Indigenous People: The Future is Here
With Philip Gordon, Aboriginal Heritage Officer
Australian Museum, Sydney
Tuesday, September 7th, 2010
6:00 pm — 7:30 pm
Free and Open to the Public. Free Parking at Bishop Museum.
Philip Gordon, Aboriginal Heritage Officer at the Australian Museum in Sydney, discusses an innovative web-based project developed in partnership with the Wonnarua Nation Aboriginal Corporation. The project provides digital access to an important indigenous cultural collection held at the museum and a web-based platform designed to promote local intergenerational experiences of the collection. By delivering specialized new media skills (video production, web 2.0 programs), and by promoting the cultural transmission of intangible cultural heritage and supporting the development of local identities and community relations, this project was structured to facilitate social transformation in the Singleton region. It also offers high school workshops in which indigenous students are encouraged to familiarize themselves with the online collection and engage with their culture through new media and the web.