Jang Hyuk Im Professor, Department of Folklore, Chungang University, Korea A durae is a cooperative labor organization that was established as the culture of agriculture developed in Korea
Nomindari Shagdarsuren Project Coordinator, Foundation for the Protection of Natural and Cultural Heritage Since ancient times, Mongolians have been producing and consuming more than 3,000 types
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
Hye Kyung Choa Former Researcher, Haenyeo Museum, Republic of Korea Haenyeo are women divers who presently live only in Korea and Japan where the women from Korea
Samisoni Kanongata’a Lecturer, Tonga Institute of Science and Technology School of Agriculture The Tongan farming system is essentially an agro-forestry system of bush or grass fallow
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.
Zhu Qiang Postgraduate Student, Beijing Forestry University Li Xiong Professor, Beijing Forestry University The Chinese classical garden is a material and spiritual complex that not