Norov Urtnasan Secretary-General, Mongolian National Commission for UNESCO Mongols have practiced pastoral nomadism for centuries within the vast steppe that stretches throughout Central Asia, which has
Le Thi Minh L Deputy Director, Department of Cultural Heritage, Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Vietnam Fifteen years ago, nobody used the term ‘intangible cultural heritage’
Setoki Qalubau Administration Officer, Institute of Indigenous Language and Culture Knowledge is the foundation of indigenous cultures. As an expression of a given culture, it establishes
Shigeru Aoyagi Director, UNESCO Kabul, UNESCO Representative to Afghanistan Brendan Cassar Programme Specialist for Culture, UNESCO Kabul Reza Sharifi Assistant in Culture, UNESCO Kabul Afghanistan
Sonnara Prak Deputy Director, General Department of Heritage, Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts Inventory-making efforts of intangible cultural heritage in Cambodia are aimed at
Faroghat Azizi Deputy Minister, Ministry of Culture, Tajikistan Intangible cultural heritage is one of the most unprotected forms of artistic heritage. Nowadays, in the globalization environment
Hale Lahui Research Officer, PNG National Cultural Commission Culture is the very essence of our existence—it reflects our history, our language, our tradition and our beliefs.
R A Mahmud Selim Director, Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy Md. Tazuddin Programme Officer, Bangladesh National Commission for UNESCO Bangladesh, the world’s largest delta is crisscrossed by
Khalid Javaid Executive Director, Lok Virsa Pakistani culture is a living tradition practiced by most of its people. It includes both tangible and intangible cultural heritage.
Harry Waluyo Secretary, Resources Development Body, Ministry of Culture and Tourism of the Republic of Indonesia Indonesia, made up of tens of thousands of island and