Project Description

ICH Courier


Theme :
ICH and Puppetry

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 representations and practices of puppetry. In these examples of intangible cultural heritage from Indonesia, Japan, Republic of Korea, and Vietnam, you can see the intersections of culture and puppetry as well as their influence on public events in each community.

Expert Remarks

Tangible and Intangible Heritage: An Integrated Approach

Field Report

Awareness Campaign on the Importance of ICH in Jordan

Windows to ICH


Wayang Klithik, Reluctant to Live, but Not Willing to Die


Ningyo Johruri Bunraku Puppet Theatre

Republic of Korea

Puppetry Traditions in Korea and Kkokdu Gaksi Noreum


Water Puppetry: A Glance from Village to City

Inventory-Making Efforts

Public and Private Organizations Working Hand in Hand

Safeguarding Pioneers

Institute of iTaukei Language and Culture in Fiji: iTaukei Cosmology