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A glimpse of the interior of a 1960s unit, Hong Kong Housing Authority Exhibition Centre.
Interior of a unit in the 1950s. Hong Kong Museum of History.
Certificate of authentication used by the collective of Fine Ramie Weavers of Hansan Region (모시).
Angklung Buhun played by the residents of Kanekes Village, Banten Province, Indonesia.
A visit to Gijisi Juldarigi Museum in Korea reveals some extraordinary safeguarding methods, both digital and manual, for a folk game, a form of Tug-of-war.
Demonstration of fine ramie weaving, Hansan regon in South Chungcheong Province. Photo: Seocheon County Hall.
Royal festivities in Foumban, Cameroon.
A view of some of the traditional homesteads of the Bakoni people.
The decorative motifs are based on plants and animals.
Cultural demonstrators performing a traditional dance at the museum.