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  • Malawi National Commission for UNESCO Concludes Successful 13-District Tour Showcasing Folktales, Folksongs, and Historical Footage

    The Malawi National Commission for UNESCO (MNCU) successfully concluded an outreach tour across 13 districts in Malawi on December 16, 2023; which began on October 30, 2023.

    The tour involved screening folktales and folksongs videos that were meticulously documented across Malawi since 2013, as well as collection of digitised historical footage.

    The tour was organised by the MNCU, the National Library Service (NLS), Music Crossroads Malawi and National Records and Archives Services in collaboration with Rei Foundation Limited, with the total of about 5,000 people participating in 13 locations across the country.

    The Malawi National Commission for UNESCO (MNCU) successfully concluded an outreach tour across 13 districts in Malawi on December 16, 2023; which began on October 30, 2023.

    The tour involved screening folktales and folksongs videos that were meticulously documented across Malawi since 2013, as well as collection of digitised historical footage.

    The tour was organised by the MNCU, the National Library Service (NLS), Music Crossroads Malawi and National Records and Archives Services in collaboration with Rei Foundation Limited, with the total of about 5,000 people participating in 13 locations across the country.

    Malawi National Commission for UNESCO Concludes Successful 13-District Tour Showcasing Folktales, Folksongs, and Historical Footage

  • Rei Foundation-NCPACS PhD Scholarship Recipient Profile: Dr. Dody Wibowo

    Dr. Dody Wibowo was a recipient of the Rei Foundation PhD scholarship to the National Center for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Otago, graduating in 2020 with a thesis entitled "The role of school culture in teacher professional development for peace education: The case of three schools in post-conflict Aceh, Indonesia."

    Dr. Dody Wibowo was a recipient of the Rei Foundation PhD scholarship to the National Center for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Otago, graduating in 2020 with a thesis entitled "The role of school culture in teacher professional development for peace education: The case of three schools in post-conflict Aceh, Indonesia."

    Rei Foundation-NCPACS PhD Scholarship Recipient Profile: Dr. Dody Wibowo

  • Rei Foundation-NCPACS PhD Scholarship Recipient Profile: Aidan Gnoth

    Dr. Aidan Gnoth was a recipient of the Rei Foundation PhD scholarship to the National Center for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Otago, graduating in 2017 with a thesis entitled "A Crisis of Criticality? Reimagining Academia in International Peacebuilding."

    Dr. Aidan Gnoth was a recipient of the Rei Foundation PhD scholarship to the National Center for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Otago, graduating in 2017 with a thesis entitled "A Crisis of Criticality? Reimagining Academia in International Peacebuilding."

    Rei Foundation-NCPACS PhD Scholarship Recipient Profile: Aidan Gnoth

  • Rei Foundation-NCPACS PhD Scholarship Recipient Profile: Mahdis Azarmandi

    Dr. Mahdis Azarmandi was a recipient of the Rei Foundation PhD scholarship to the National Center for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Otago, graduating in 2017 with a thesis entitled "Colonial Continuities - A study of anti-racism in Aotearoa New Zealand and Spain."

    Dr. Mahdis Azarmandi was a recipient of the Rei Foundation PhD scholarship to the National Center for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Otago, graduating in 2017 with a thesis entitled "Colonial Continuities - A study of anti-racism in Aotearoa New Zealand and Spain."

    Rei Foundation-NCPACS PhD Scholarship Recipient Profile: Mahdis Azarmandi

  • Resilience and Reflection: Penn Setharin's Story in Kim Hak's Alive IV

    レジリエンスと回想: キム・ハク『アライブIV』についてのペン・セタリンのストーリー

    Penn Setharin is one of the participants in Kim Hak's Alive IV series. Here she talks about her experiences as a scholarship student who migrated to Japan before the Khmer Rouge and became unable to return home, and as a participant in Alive IV.

    ペン・セタリンは、キム・ハクの「アライブIV」の参加者の一人である。ここでは、クメール・ルージュ以前に日本に移住し、帰国できなくなった奨学生としての経験、そしてアライブIVプロジェクトの参加者としての経験について語っている。

    レジリエンスと回想: キム・ハク『アライブIV』についてのペン・セタリンのストーリー

    Penn Setharin is one of the participants in Kim Hak's Alive IV series. Here she talks about her experiences as a scholarship student who migrated to Japan before the Khmer Rouge and became unable to return home, and as a participant in Alive IV.

    ペン・セタリンは、キム・ハクの「アライブIV」の参加者の一人である。ここでは、クメール・ルージュ以前に日本に移住し、帰国できなくなった奨学生としての経験、そしてアライブIVプロジェクトの参加者としての経験について語っている。

    Resilience and Reflection: Penn Setharin's Story in Kim Hak's Alive IV

  • Growing Up with Cambodian Roots in Japan: Monica Suwai's Perspective on Kim Hak's Alive IV

    カンボジアのルーツを持って日本で育つ: 諏訪井モニカが見たキム・ハクのアライブIV

    Monica Suwai is a daughter of one of the participants in Kim Hak's Alive IV series. Here she talks about her experiences growing up in Japan as a person with Cambodian roots, and her impressions of Alive IV.

    諏訪井モニカは、キム・ハクの「アライブIV」シリーズ参加者の娘である。ここではカンボジアにルーツを持って日本で育った経験についてや、アライブIVプロジェクトの印象について語る。

    カンボジアのルーツを持って日本で育つ: 諏訪井モニカが見たキム・ハクのアライブIV

    Monica Suwai is a daughter of one of the participants in Kim Hak's Alive IV series. Here she talks about her experiences growing up in Japan as a person with Cambodian roots, and her impressions of Alive IV.

    諏訪井モニカは、キム・ハクの「アライブIV」シリーズ参加者の娘である。ここではカンボジアにルーツを持って日本で育った経験についてや、アライブIVプロジェクトの印象について語る。

    Growing Up with Cambodian Roots in Japan: Monica Suwai's Perspective on Kim Hak's Alive IV

  • Resilience and Renewal: Kanna Hagiwara's Journey from Refugee to Participant in Kim Hak's Alive IV

    レジリエンスと再生: 難民からキム・ハクの『アライブIV』参加者へと転身した萩原カンナの旅路

    Kanna Hagiwara is one of the participants in Kim Hak's Alive IV series. Here she talks about her experiences migrating to Japan as a refugee, and as a participant in Alive IV.

    萩原カンナはキム・ハクの「アライブIV」シリーズの参加者の一人である。ここでは、難民として日本に移住した経験について、またアライブIVの参加者としての彼女の経験について語る。

    レジリエンスと再生: 難民からキム・ハクの『アライブIV』参加者へと転身した萩原カンナの旅路

    Kanna Hagiwara is one of the participants in Kim Hak's Alive IV series. Here she talks about her experiences migrating to Japan as a refugee, and as a participant in Alive IV.

    萩原カンナはキム・ハクの「アライブIV」シリーズの参加者の一人である。ここでは、難民として日本に移住した経験について、またアライブIVの参加者としての彼女の経験について語る。

    Resilience and Renewal: Kanna Hagiwara's Journey from Refugee to Participant in Kim Hak's Alive IV

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    Kim Hak "Alive IV"
    04 January 2024

    2022年に東京と横浜、2023年に横浜とプノンペンで開催されたキム・ハクの写真展「生きる IV」の作品を収録した写真集「生きるIV」(日本語、クメール語、英語)。「生きるIV」の作品全点とそのテキストのほか、キム・ハクとの対談、日本在住でカンボジアにルーツを持つ人々へのインタビュー、研究者の論考などを掲載しています。「生きるIV」は、過去に埋もれた個人の物語に光を当て、歴史を生き抜いた人間のたくましさや希望の力、を見る人に強烈に提示します。

    Following the success of Kim Hak's photography exhibition “Alive IV” in Tokyo and Yokohama in 2022, and Yokohama and Phnom Penh in 2023, the artist’s book “Alive IV” (in Japanese, Khmer and English) is now available. In addition to the 40 original photographs and texts by Kim Hak, four newly capture stories and extra content have been added. In addition to all of the Alive IV works produced in Japan and their texts, the book includes a conversation with Kim Hak, interviews with people with Cambodian roots, and essays from researchers. “Alive IV” sheds light on personal stories buried in the past, and powerfully presents the resilience of these people who have survived history, the power of hope, and the importance of connecting to the future.

    Amazon Japan: http://tinyurl.com/ybm9b3bm

    Amazon Au: http://tinyurl.com/Kim-Hak-Book

    Amazon US: http://tinyurl.com/kimhakbook-US

    2022年に東京と横浜、2023年に横浜とプノンペンで開催されたキム・ハクの写真展「生きる IV」の作品を収録した写真集「生きるIV」(日本語、クメール語、英語)。「生きるIV」の作品全点とそのテキストのほか、キム・ハクとの対談、日本在住でカンボジアにルーツを持つ人々へのインタビュー、研究者の論考などを掲載しています。「生きるIV」は、過去に埋もれた個人の物語に光を当て、歴史を生き抜いた人間のたくましさや希望の力、を見る人に強烈に提示します。

    Following the success of Kim Hak's photography exhibition “Alive IV” in Tokyo and Yokohama in 2022, and Yokohama and Phnom Penh in 2023, the artist’s book “Alive IV” (in Japanese, Khmer and English) is now available. In addition to the 40 original photographs and texts by Kim Hak, four newly capture stories and extra content have been added. In addition to all of the Alive IV works produced in Japan and their texts, the book includes a conversation with Kim Hak, interviews with people with Cambodian roots, and essays from researchers. “Alive IV” sheds light on personal stories buried in the past, and powerfully presents the resilience of these people who have survived history, the power of hope, and the importance of connecting to the future.

    Amazon Japan: http://tinyurl.com/ybm9b3bm

    Amazon Au: http://tinyurl.com/Kim-Hak-Book

    Amazon US: http://tinyurl.com/kimhakbook-US

    Kim Hak "Alive IV"
    04 January 2024