Indonesia registers more intangible heritages this year


by Abu Hanifah
JAKARTA, Dec. 13 — Indonesia’s national education and culture ministry has listed intangible heritages from its national cultures with expectation to be endorsed by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization — Indonesian government and people in Bali celebrated on Monday the inscription of Balinese traditional irrigation system, called Subak, as one of the world’s heritage endorsed by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
The UNESCO’s endorsement, entitled “Bali Province’s Cultural Landscape: Subak System as a Manifestation of Tri Hita Karana”, took place in an assembly session of World Heritage Commission held on June 29 in St. Petersburg, Russia, Indonesia’s Education and Culture Deputy Minister Windu Nuryanti told a ceremony celebrating the UNESCO endorsement here.  Full story[db:内容2]