Jesus T Peralta Consultant, National Commission for Culture and the Arts The mountain terraces in the cordilleras of northern Luzon, Philippines, were included in the UNESCO
Norma A. Respicio Professor, Art Studies Department, College of Arts and Letters, University of the Philippines Northwestern Luzon, Philippines, has a narrow coastal plain and
Larry Raigetal Chairman,, Waa'gey, Federated States of Micronesia Waa’gey is a community-based organization that uses traditional skills to confront the social, economic, and environmental challenges
Takuya Nagaoka Executive Director, NGO Pasifika Renaissance Asailing canoe was a material symbol of men’s skill and their pride on Mwoakilloa (formerly Mokil) Atoll in Micronesia.
Ann Singeo Founder and Director, Ebiil Society Traditional navigators are trained to recognize physical signals in, “sea, skies, and stars, memory signals from knowledge of star,
Josepha A. Maddison Deputy Historic Preservation Officer, Ministry of Internal Affairs The Marshall Islands, also known as Ralik-Ratak, is made up of twenty-nine low-lying atolls on
Lea Lani Kinikini-Kauvaka Independent Contractor, East-West Center The voyaging knowledge and traditions of the Pacific islands are a rich and exceptional example of intangible cultural heritage.
Ngatuaine Maui Director, Welfare Division, Ministry of Internal Affairs Avana was once named Te Avatapu-ki-Avaiki (the Sacred Passage to Avaiki, the ancestral homeland of the Polynesian
호르스트 H. 리브너 박사 해양문화유산보호협회 MA 태곳적부터 인도네시아의 바다는 이주와 소통을 위한 천혜 의 통로이자 교역로였다. 태평양을 정복한 인류는 천 년 전 바로 이곳에서 출발하였으며,
Migiwa Imaishi Researcher, Independent Administrative Institution National Institutes for Cultural Heritage Tokyo National Research Institute for Cultural Properties The history of ships in the Japanese archipelago