An article by Luh De Suryani, Bali Daily The Jakarta Post.
Ketut Suastika, head of Bali Cultural office, explained that the two-day conference would comprehensively discuss subak as a world cultural heritage and the involvement of the younger generation in agriculture.
Around 200 participants will take part in the conference, including keynote speakers from UNESCO, the Education and Culture Ministry, and local and international scholars.
Shinji Yamashita, professor at Teikyo Heisei University’s Department of Tourism Management in Japan, will present his paper entitled: “Subak as the World Cultural Heritage in Tourism Context in comparison with other world cultural heritages in Asia including Mount Fuji in Japan”.
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