Ofo: the tangible and intangible heritage of the Igbo of South-eastern Nigeria
Zhao Mu: The Presence of the Past in the Meaning(s) of Space in Confucius’ Graveyard
Classical Horsemanship and the Dangers of the Emergent Intangible Cultural Heritage Authorised Discourse
Stone tablets moved from the Confucian graveyard and exhibited in the museum.
Confucius inscribing words on Chi-cha’s stone tablet.
Spatial pattern of Zhao Mu clusters in Confucius’ graveyard.
Red Guards smashing the stone tablet in front of Confucius’ tomb.
The spatial dimension of aura shown in Confucius’ graveyard.
Kong Qinghe walking among the five tombstones of his immediate ancestors, ranked in Zhao Mu order along the 400-year old spatial-temporal footpath.
Spatial line along the footpath marked by the tombstones of Confucius’ direct heirs.
An example of the type of horse used in the Renaissance development of classical horsemanship.
Performing the Courbette, Cadre Noir, France.
Homecoming of the Colts , Spanish Riding School, Austria.
Eleves at work, Spanish Riding School, Austria.
Horse in training, Cadre Noir, France.
Squires and dressage horses assembled, Cadre Noir, France.
Training of Eleve, Spanish Riding School, Austria.