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    nature and the world through restorative creative action and engagement and in so doing aims to leave a healthier environment the heritage of the future to posterity www 9dragonheads com Nine Dragon Heads 2014 Sarajevo Period 4th 20th FEB 2014 Venue National Theatre Dom Mladih Youth Center Collegium Artisticum Kriterion Kino Event Korean Contemporay Art Exhibition Korean Photography Exhibition Lim Dong Chang t a Nine Dragon Heads Collateral Program Presentation Organizational Boards NDH Sarajevo Park Byoung Uk Lim Dong Chang Pang Hyo Sung Moon Sang Wook Annelise Zwez Bruce Allan Gordana Andjelic Galic Jessy Rahman Magda Guruli Reg Newitt Liaison Jeong Ji Young Park Eun Hee Special Guest 30th Jubilee of Sarajevo Winter Festival President of Korea Deligation Kang Hyoung kee Vice President Rym Chung yeap Nine Dragon Heads 2014 Sarajevo Collateral Events Period 7th 20th FEB Opening 8th 15 00 Venue Collegium Artisticum http www collegium ba Coordinator Gordana Andjelic Galic Park Byoung Uk Program 1 Twist to Exist Curator by Jessy Rahman 2 Artisterium Curator by Magda Guruli 3 AID office of Denmark Curator by Steen Rasmussen 4 Chinese Video Art Curator by Reg Newitt Difference Screen Period 9th 10th FEB Venue Kriterion Kino http www kriterion ba Coordinator Park Byoung Uk Co Curators Bruce Allan Ben Estop Korean Contemporary Art Exhibition Period 7th 11th FEB Opening 15 00 8th FEB Venue Collegium Artisticum http www collegium ba Curator Pang Hyo Sung Liaison Kim Hyo Sil Participation Heo Eun Young Kwon Sun Young Song Cha Young Shin Yoo La Lee Young Mi Lee Hong Jeon Pang Hyo Sung Kim Yong Wook Lee Seung Taek Park Byoung UK Artists responsible for bringing suitable works Installation Objects Video etc and setting up their own works also Artist can make an art work or installation directly in exhibition hall during period

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  • Art in Dialogue
    Wook Lee Suk Hwan Lim Solmi Choi Kyu Back Moon Bo Sang Yang Seoung Kuk NDH Bernhard Gerber Charlotte Parallel Christophe Doucet Daniela de Maddalena Fredi Luedi Gabriel Adams Kam Yeon Hee Kazunori Kitazawa Pang Hyo Sung Lee Seung Taek

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    communities Incorporating parts of our classic Yunnan trip South of the Clouds this journey immerses travelers in the rural areas of the Caravan Trail we pass through rolling hills and pine forests visiting mythic 1 200 year old grottoes which trace back to the very beginnings of Buddhism in China and an ancient trading post We also follow the same paths used by 10 th century merchants to a former salt mine and key stop for the caravans all the while dining and staying with local Bai ethnic minority villagers Yunnan Yunnan which literally means South of the Clouds due to its location just south of the lofty Tibet Qinghai Plateau is home to some of the most diverse cultures ecology and terrain in China With verdant low lying valleys spectacular white capped mountains rustic towns and villages and a lively mix of ethnic minority communities Yunnan has long inspired poets and travelers On this journey explore Yunnan s diversity and classic sights including the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Lijiang Navigate through villages and meet Bai Naxi and Tibetan ethnic minority communities We visit an ancient trading post along the Tea Horse Caravan Trail explore the region s botanic and geological wonders at Jade Dragon Snow Mountain and conclude in Shangri La where we witness the fascinating and deeply spiritual Tibetan world Lijiang The world famous Old Town of Lijiang is located in Lijiang City It is a UNESCO Heritage Site The town has a history going back more than 800 years and was once a confluence for trade along the old tea horse road The Lijiang old town is famous for its orderly system of waterways and bridges The old town of Lijiang differs from other ancient Chinese cities in architecture history and the culture of its traditional residents the Nakhi people therefore people there are called pàng jīn gē pàng jīn mèi male and female respectively Tiger Leaping Gorge is a canyon on the Yangtze River locally called the Golden Sands River located 60 km north of Lijiang City Yunnan in southwestern China It is part of the Three Parallel Rivers of Yunnan Protected Areas World Heritage Site Around 15 km in length the gorge is located where the river passes between 5 596 metre Jade Dragon Snow Mountain and 5 396 m Haba Xueshan in a series of rapids under steep 2000 metre cliffs Legend says that in order to escape from a hunter a tiger jumped across the river at the narrowest point still 25 metres wide hence the name Administratively the river in this area forms the border between Yulong Naxi Autonomous County of Lijiang City and Shangri La County of Diqing Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture Tiger Leaping Gorge is a contender for the world s deepest river canyon depending on the exact definition used The inhabitants of the gorge are primarily the indigenous Naxi people who live in a handful of small hamlets Tibet Tibet Tibetan is a plateau region in Asia north of the Himalayas It is home to the indigenous Tibetan people and to some other ethnic groups such as Monpas and Lhobas and is inhabited by considerable numbers of Han and Hui people Tibet is the highest region on earth with an average elevation of 4 900 metres 16 000 ft It is sometimes referred to as the roof of the world During Tibet s history starting from the 7th century it has existed as a unified empire and as a region of separate self governing territories vassal states and Chinese provinces In the interregnums various sects of Tibetan Buddhism secular nobles and foreign rulers have vied for power in Tibet The latest religious struggle marked the ascendancy of the Dalai Lamas to power in western Tibet in the 17th century though his rule was often merely nominal with real power resting in the hands of various regents and viceroys Today most of cultural Tibet is ruled as autonomous areas in the People s Republic of China Shangri La is a primarily Tibetan county in northwestern Yunnan Province in southwest China and the capital of Diqing Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture The county was formerly called Zhongdian County Chinese Zhōngdiàn Xiàn but was renamed in 2001 after the fictional land of Shangri La in the 1933 James Hilton novel Lost Horizon in an effort to promote tourism in the area The local Tibetan population refers to it by the name Gyalthang Tibetan Shangri La or Zhongdian may also refer to Jiantang Town Jiàntáng Zhèn the capital of the county Yan Jing The Salt Well and Salt Fields in the Himalaya The Mekong River Valley The village of Yanjing was the first stop on the ancient Tea Leaf Trail from Southwest Yunnan to Lhasa The population of the area is mostly Naxi a tribe with an assimilated Tibetan lifestyle but old individual traditons and rites In a narrow upstream valley of the Mekong Lancang River there is a well deep into the earth right beside the river where salt water can be scooped out The water is carried to a set of man made platforms like rice terrace fields spread out to dry in the wind and sunshine and the salt is then used as merchandise in the barter trade along the narrow valleys of this Himalaya Area all the way toward Lhasa The use of horses from Tibet the only way of transporting commodities locally ads to the attractiveness of the rugged scenery After the rainy season the platforms nearest to the river are usually destroyed by the flood waters and have to be rebuilt The well has a high wall around to protect it from the floodwaters of the river Its salty content is proof of the emergence of Himalaya Mountains from the seabed many many many thousand years ago The hard labour of the salt fields is carried out by the womanfolk since the men are mostly out in the trading caravans One woman is married to all the brothers of

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