"Batik for the World" Exhibition at UNESCO

Oscar Lawalata Culture, the Indonesian Batik Foundation (YBI), and Rumah Pesona Kain jointly curated the exhibition entitled, “Batik for the World”, at the UNESCO HQ in Paris from 6-12 June.  A collection of 100 batik cloths were transported from various parts of Indonesia and exhibited on-site.  Through colorful displays and discussions, the weeklong event offered a platform that increased awareness and appreciation of the cultural heritage of Indonesian bat...

Participate in the Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads Photo Contest

Participate in the Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads Photo Contest

Are you living or travelling along the Silk Roads? Does its history fascinate you? Would you like to join us in promoting dialogue, diversity, and development?

If so, get creative, get involved and join this photo contest! This is an international contest open to everyone around the world under the age of 26.

Did you know? : Interactions between Indian Subcontinent and Western Land during Roman Empire

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Participate in the Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads Photo Contest

Are you living or travelling along the Silk Roads? Does its history fascinate you? Would you like to join us in promoting dialogue, diversity, and development?

Did you know? Trade Routes of the Himalayas

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Did you know? Pakistan and the Silk Roads – The Taxila Connection

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The East and West have always been at the crossroads of diverse populations. One of the main crossroads in these East-West exchanges is the region now known as Pakistan.

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