ICHCAP carried out the renewal of ichLinks, an ICH information-sharing platform, for six months, from May to November 2022. The ichLinks platform is a one-stop online platform where you can easily meet a wide range of intangible cultural heritage (ICH) information shared by and with Asia-Pacific Member States. It is actively operated with 12 partner organizations and continues to expand.
|ICH MAP||ICH Statistics||Open Archive|
Improved UI/UX for Users’ Convenience
ichLinks overall user interface (UI) design has been renewed. With the focus on Archive section, we’ve recreated it as a new design across all aspects, including integrated search, ICH MAP, ICH statistics, and reorganization of archive lists.
Open Archive for Everyone
ICHCAP improved functions for accessing to Open Archive by providing guideline and displaying previous contest-winning works. We expect to form a public community through a simple approach to ichLinks Open Archive.
|Vietnam||National Institute of Culture and Arts Studies(VICAS) Vietnam||vicas.org.vn|
|Mongolia||National Center for Cultural Heritage||www.ncch.gov.mn|
|Uzbekistan||Republican Scientific-Methodical Center for Organization of Culture Institutions Activity(RIMM) under the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Uzbekistan||www.folklore.uz|
|Malaysia||Malaysian Arts and Culture Practitioner Association||–|
|Kazakhstan||National Committee of the Republic of Kazakhstan for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage||–|
|Bhutan||National Library and Archives of Bhutan(NLAB)||www.library.gov.bt|
|Singapore||National Heritage Board(NHB)||nhb.gov.sg|
|Fiji||iTaukei Institute of Language and Culture (TILC), Ministry of iTaukei Affairs||www.itaukeiaffairs.gov.fj|
|India||Sangeet Natak Akademi(SNA)||sangeetnatak.gov.in|
|Cambodia||Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts||www.mcfa.gov.kh|
|Kyrgyzstan||National Commission of the Kyrgyz Republic for UNESCO||–|
|Tajikistan||Research Institute of Culture and Information||–|