3rd APHEN-ICH International Seminar

Diversity and Distinctiveness:
Looking into Shared ICH in the Asia-Pacific

3rd APHEN-ICH International Seminar Combined Publication
Commonalities and Diversity of Asia-Pacific Intangible Cultural Heritage: For Asian Values and Safeguarding Strategies of Lacquer Crafts Ki-dong Bae (Professor Emeritus, Hanyang University)
Historical Change of Korean Lacquerware and Najeon Craft Jaeho Lee (National Museum of Korea,  Art Department Curator)
Urushi Lacquer in Japan: Restoration of Cultural Properties and the Current State of Urushi Production Yuji Yonehara (Director, Center for Innovation in Traditional Industries Kyoto Seika University)
Vietnam Lacquer Painting – A Link Between Oriental Lacquer Crafts Tradition And Western Plastic Art Value Trieu Khanh Tien (Deputy Dean of Painting Faculty, Vietnam University of Fine Arts)
Myanmar Laquerware and Its Prospects Kyaw Swe Nyunt (Professor, History Department, Mandalay University)
Maldives’ Laquer and Its Prospects Zaha Ahmed (Architect, National Centre for Cultural Heritage at Ministry of Arts Culture & Heritage)
Shared Heritage in the Asia-Pacific Region: Focusing on UNESCO Multinational Inscription Thi Hien Nguyen  (Vice Director, Viet Nam National Institute of Culture and Arts Studies)
Foods, Roots and Routes: Gendering Memory in the Age of Displacement Khatharya Um (Associate Professor, University of California, Berkeley)
Shared Heritage of India and Pakistan: A Case of Gujhart and Ajrakh Aanchal Mehta,  Jyoti Shukla,  Teena Dhabale (Centre for Heritage Management,  Ahmedabad University,    India)
Human-Anito-Nature Relationship: Indigenous/Local Knowledge, Anitism, and Sustainable Development Bobby dG. Lopez  (PhD Researcher, University of the Philippines, Diliman)
The Universality and Distinctiveness of East Asian Printing Technology Kim Bang Ul  (Researcher at the Korea National University of Cultural Heritage)
Sharing, Sustaining  and Safeguarding to the ICH of East Asian Seasonal Festival Xiao Fang, Huo Wen, Xu Qian (Beijing Normal University)