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WORD CUP 2016
The indigenous people of Sarawak have a long beadwork tradition as have the Nyonya (Peranakan)...
The fibre extracted from the husk of the coconut known as coir has been the...
WRC Rally Cup
Kasongan is a traditional pottery village located in Bangunjiwo village, Bantul area of Yogyakarta province....
Jewellery is one of the brightest manifestations of artistic creativity of the Tajik people. The...
Bisht (man’s cloak) making is considered as one of the most important living handicrafts. The traditional form is in high demand by a broad...
At jabuu (horse harness) represents a remarkable achievement of nomadic Kyrgyz culture. Its combination of function and aesthetics has been a long-standing source of...
Batik is a wax-resist textile, produced mainly in the east coast states of Terengganu and Kelantan. The craft was pioneered in Malaysia during the...
One of the most striking cultural traditions in Papua New Guinea’s Oro province are women’s facial tattoos. Among the Maisin people, facial tattoos (ro-bua)...