Expert Meeting for Building Network on Maritime ICH

The Ties and Tides of Knowledge: Living as a Community, Living as the Sea People
– Narumon Arunotai Social Research Institute, Chulalongkorn University
Strengthening Women Fisherfolk Empowerment toward Social Inclusion in Coastal Environment of Malolos, Bulacan, Philippines
– Elmira Thrina C. Pelayo,  University of Santo Tomas
Traditional Maritime Skills and Knowledge of Social and Economic Development in Inle Lake
– Thu Thu Aung, Department of Archaeology and National Museum, Myanmar
Preserving Maritime Cultural Values and Promoting Community Cohesion: From the Viewpoint of Cau Ngu (Whale Worship) Festival in Thanh Hoa Province
– Thao Phuong Le, Vietnam Museum of Ethnology
Fisherwomen across Bay of Bengal Region and the Extension of their Profession in ICH- Understanding the Contributions of a Vital Part of the Community and their Symbolisms of Sustainability, Survival, and Continuity
– Lopamudra Maitra Bajpai, Symbiosis International University
The Coastal Cultural Landscape of Yap and Marine Ecological Conservation
– William Jeffery, University of Guam
Korean National Important Fisheries Heritage System for Strengthening Sustainability:
A Case of the Hand-net Fisheries System for Gathering Marsh Clam in Seomjin River

– Hyunjong Jong, Ministry of Ocean and Fisheries, Republic of Korea
Voicing Culture after Nature: Traditional Knowledge and Marine Resource Management in the Sulawesi Islands
– Dedi Supriadi Adhuri, Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI)
O le Va‘a Tā Palolo – The Palolo Fishing Canoe
– Galumalemana Steve Percival, Tiapapata Art Centre inc.
Maritime Cultural Heritage of Matsushima Bay [Japan]: Mitigating Threats; Expanding Opportunities
– Alyne Delaney, Center for Northeast Asian Studies, Tohoku University