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ICHCAP is showcasing video clips on ICH produced by six Asia-Pacific
institutions with youth participation.
he videos are the result of the 2017 youth video production project,
which was designed to raise youth awareness of ICH and encourage their participation
in ICH safeguarding through interviews with ICH bearers/experts.
The project also aims to film youth activities and share the videos with their peer groups.
Initiated in 2016, the project in 2017 was under the theme “Women’s Role in Safeguarding and Promoting ICH.”
The participating institutions in six countries were OurYAP (Micronesia), National Commission of the Republic of Uzbekistan for UNESCO (Uzbekistan),
North Eastern Hill University (India), KazNPU (Kazakhstan), University of the Philippines Visayas (Philippines),
and Imsil Pilbong Nongak Preservation Society (Korea).
Weaving Knowledge Into the BasketOurYAP, MicronesiaThe Our Youth Are Promising (OurYAP) of Micronesia produced “Weaving Knowledge Into the Basket,”
Eri Silk Production and Weaving Heritage of Bhoi Khasi Tribe of MeghalayaNorth Eastern Hill University, IndiaIn India, students in the Department of Botany, Lady Keane College (under North Eastern Hill University, Shillong), filmed “Eri Silk Production and Weaving Heritage of Bhoi Khasi Tribe of Meghalaya,” detailing silkworm cultivation, dyeing,
traditional Kazakh textilesKazNPU, KazakhstanIn Kazakhstan, students and professors of Kazakh National Pedagogical University (KazNPU) named Abay produced a video on traditional Kazakh textiles (felting and chee grass platting).
Panubok, The Intangible Culture of Panay BukidnonUniversity of the Philippines Visayas, PhilippinesThe University of the Philippines Visayas filmed “Panubok, The Intangible Culture of Panay Bukidnon,” which describes the meaning of panubok, the traditional embroidery of the Panay Bukidnon, as well as its past and future.
Safeguarding Ikat Making TraditionsNational Commission of the Republic of Uzbekistan for UNESCO, UzbekistanIn “Safeguarding Ikat Making Traditions,” the National Commission of the Republic of Uzbekistan for UNESCO visited the Traditional Crafts Development Center of Marghilan to interview craftspeople and film their thoughts on the meaning of ICH.
Youth Meets Lalon: A Folk Musical Heritage of Bangladesh
University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
Let Khat Than (Lotus Weaving)
University of Yangon, Myanmar
The Queens of the Three Manly Sports
Institute of Cinematography, Mongolia
Kie mat waving
Atenisi Institute, Tonga
Looking Inside the Haenyeo through the Tewak
Jeju National University High School, Korea
A Story of Female Shamans in the Eunsan Byeolsinje Festival
Korea National University of Cultural Heritage, Korea
Seo-gak, Calligraphy Carved on Wood
Chung-Ang University, Korea