Project Description

ICH Courier


Theme :
Traditional Fermented Food

Windows to ICH provides an introduction to examples of intangible cultural heritage practices throughout the Asia-Pacific region in relation to specific themes presented in the issue. This issue takes a look at the unique knowledge and wisdom represented in traditional fermented food. In these examples from Fiji, the Republic of Korea, Bhutan, and the Philippines, you can explore the unique food cultures that are practised by communities around the Asia-Pacific region.

Expert Remarks

Cultural Revitalization: The Case of the Brandy

Field Report

Development Guidelines on Safeguarding ICH within the Angkor World Heritage Site and Other Sites under the Jurisdiction of APSARA Authority

Windows to ICH


Bila Toni, Fermented Bread

Republic of Korea

Traditional Knowledge Contained in Kimjang, the Ancient Practice of Kimchi Making


Chora’nyingba: A Flavor from Merak-Sakteng Community

the Philippines

Subtle Ferment: Puto, Traditional Filipino Rice Cake

Inventory-Making Efforts

Preparatory Work on ICH Inventory-Making Efforts in Tonga

Safeguarding Pioneers

Alisher Navoi Institute of Language and Literature