ICH Courier Vol. 53 Food Storage for Tomorrow’s Well-being
  • Manage No DC00000259
    Author ICHCAP
    Published Year 2022
    Category Journal
    Publishing Country Southeast Asia
    Publisher ICHCAP
    Copyright Copyright
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Description Thanks to food storage technology transmitted as a form of traditional knowledge, we can maintain healthy lives. Traditional knowledge of preserving food for a long time allows people to continue their lives even in harsh environments where food is scarce. Intangible cultural heritage as food storage technology has kept the food with the best taste. Let’s take a look at related stories of India, the Republic of Korea, Vietnam, and Kyrgyzstan together.
Contents (Author )
The Tambats of Tambat Ali: Converting a Lifeless Material into Healthy Storage Copper Utensils Rutuja Sahasrabudhe (Masters of Management Studies in Heritage Management, Centre for Heritage Management, Ahmedabad University, India)
Finding Roots through the Routes Sirada Pichayapaiboon (Founder, The Roots Routes)
Youth in Luang Prabang Innovate Ways to Safeguard Living Heritage for Sustainable Development Montakarn Suvanatap Kittipaisalsilp (Programme Officer for Culture, UNESCO Bangkok Office)
Traditional Dairy Products: Kurut Zhyldyz Kazieva (“Creative Spark” Program Mentor Researcher-Writer, Oyoum creative group)
Nước Mắm (Nuoc Mam): A Savory Depth of Flavor in Vietnamese Culinary Life Le Hai Dang (Former Head of the Cultural Heritage Department, Vietnam National Institute of Culture and Arts Studies (VICAS), Ho Chi Minh City)
Kimchi Refrigerators, a Journey to Find the Flavors of a Millennium Shim Hyoyoon (Curator, Research Division of Asia Culture Center)
Deciphering Food Preservation as a Storage Technique through Purumenth, a Goan Customary Tradition Siddhi Potdar (Heritage Project Manager, Domum & K.Unwalla Architects, Mumbai Researcher, Centre for Heritage Management, Ahmedabad)
Pedagogical Processes in Teaching Philippine Games Online: Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage Jo-ann Gimenez Grecia (College Secretary and Faculty, University of the East – Manila)
Intertwining Indigenous Living Heritage and Biodiversity: A Holistic Framework for Sustainable Development Montira Unakul (Programme Officer for Culture, UNESCO Bangkok Office)

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