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Monday,April,22, 2019

ARTS & CRAFTS SHOW 2018


To mark the 71st Union Day, Myanmar Cultural Heritage Trust organized Arts and Crafts show from February 11 to 14 in Sein Lann Soe Pyay Garden on Innyar Street.

Sandar Khin (Chairperson)
Myanmar Cultural Heritage Trust

The purpose is that the traditional arts and crafts of Myanmar national races can be observed in one place. Moreover, it can draw the attention of foreign visitors to the exceptional, intricate and profound handicrafts of Myanmar nationals, thereby, introducing them to the world. Young generation can learn these crafts closely and they want to preserve traditional arts and crafts and national heritages. Another aim is to improve the socio-economic life of artisans who are making the handicrafts as cottage industry.
Khin Win Kyi
(Lecture, Departmental Head)
Saunders’ Weaving and Vocational Institute

The purpose of participating in this Arts and Craft Show is that we want the people to know that our institute preserves the traditional arts and crafts. In the ancient time, people used the natural dyes. These dyeing methods are rarely used today, but still preserved in our institutes. Therefore, since 2000, our Saunders’ Weaving and Vocational Institute has collaborated with JETRO to develop the natural dying methods. We have opened training course continuously.

Salai Zaw Myo Kyaw
(Chin Traditional Food Seller)

Since 2005, we have participated in Sein Lann Soe Pyay’s Garden’s events. In this year’s event of Arts and Crafts Show, we have extended our menus.

Nyo Nyo Sein
(Chairperson) Myanmar Tea Association

When INGOs had learnt about Myanmar, they said Myanmar has 10 indigenous products, and three of them are the strongest things. Tea stands first, followed by Thanakha and plum. Tea is indigenous product of Myanmar. I think this distinct characteristic is because most tea plantations are organic ones, which is the strength of Myanmar. Pickled tea leaves salad plays an essential role in any special occasions. It is one of the traditional customs.

Ga Lon Min Gold Foil Business
(Mandalay)

We have displayed the making process of gold leaves and foils. They can be decorated not only on Buddha image but also on souvenirs. Foreign visitors are interested in our Myanmar arts and crafts. All the making processes of gold foils are done by manual.

In this fair, the processes of making handicrafts of national races were displayed in 12 booths.

Mann Than Win Oo (Kayin Stat)

In this Arts and Crafts Show which marks the Union Day, we have displayed our Kayin traditional footwear and its making process. We started this business in 1999, but in 2007, we got an idea to make footwear with our traditional fabric. The purpose of participating in this show is to reveal our traditional crafts which are marketable at home and abroad although they are made by manual without using advanced technology or electricity.

Lu Win (Chairperson) Ancient Pyu Cities Conservation Association

There are 12 booths where arts and crafts of Rakhine, Mon, Kachin, Kayar, Chin and Shan national races are displayed. People can observe the handicrafts of national races from across the country in one place and can buy the lotus fabric, silk and cotton fabrics and wickerwork, etc.
Khin Win Kyi
(Lecture, Departmental Head)
Saunders’ Weaving and Vocational Institute

In the past, natural dyed fabrics were mostly bought by foreign visitors. Now, it is found out that local people also buy them. We are doing researches on natural dyes to produce various colours and to make them colour-fast.

Salai Zaw Myo Kyaw
(Chin Traditional Food Seller)

We are selling seven kinds of foods in this show, such as Chin traditional ale, grape wine, beef and other traditional foods. We are selling our real traditional foods. We made these special foods by ourselves for this show. We made ale from rice and wine from grape, so they are healthy for the consumers.

Nyo Nyo Sein (Chairperson) Myanmar Tea Association

The development of socio-economic life of tea planters depends on the development of their business. That’s why we are trying to penetrate the international market. Now, tea is processed with advanced machines. We use Japanese technologies and machines to process and preserve the tea leaves without chemicals. We have found the method to preserve it in natural way. We are trying to make our tea to be the pride our country.

Jar Htwal Bu
(Kachin Traditional Food Seller)

We are selling various Kachin traditional foods, such as Kachin spicy chicken curry, steamed fish, grilled fish, grilled chicken, grilled pork, Kachin ale, sticky rice paste, and rice salad. The special traditional food is fermented eggs which is wholesome and medicinal. They are real tastes of our traditional foods. I believe the customers will enjoy our foods.

On display were products and making processes of famous Lun Yar Kyaw fabric from Amarapura, lotus fabric from Inlay Lake, traditional fabrics of Kachin, Kayan, Padaung and Chin national races, Rakhine traditional goldsmith, silverware and brassware from Ywar Htaung in Sagaing, Myanmar traditional gold foils and lacquerwares, Kayar traditional baskets, Mon traditional smoking pipes and slates, Kayin traditional footwears, paintings and traditional delicacies.

Sandar Khin (Chairperson)
Myanmar Cultural Heritage Trust

It is worth of organizing this show if the people can learn the making processes of cotton fabric and silk fabric, lacquerwares, silverwares, footwear, and traditional costumes of national races. These are made with natural materials. It needs time, money and workforce. Today, there is availability of modern machines which can save time and money. Nevertheless, we continue doing traditional handicrafts in case of sinking into obscurity. Young people must know when our national culture was originated and how it has developed. This show is our attempt to make them know the traditional arts and crafts so that they will cherish and preserve them. We accept the development of technology which leads to positive change. It is a change of trends. However, we need to preserve the traditional and cultural heritages. That’s why we are preserving them as much as we can.
Ga Lon Min Gold Foil Business
(Mandalay)

I really appreciate this fair because some arts and crafts are nearly lost. It is difficult to preserve them in long run. So, everybody is responsible to preserve these traditional heritages. I believe that these arts and craft can be revived through this show.

Khin Win Kyi (Lecture, Departmental Head)
Saunders’ Weaving and Vocational Institute

In this fair, people from Yangon and other regions can learn how to produce fabric from the cotton. They can learn here in person or watch through TV. I am very happy to participate in this fair because people show their interest.

Salai Zaw Myo Kyaw
(Chin Traditional Food Seller)

I am very glad that I have chance to introduce our traditional foods in this show.

Lu Win (Chairperson) Ancient Pyu Cities Conservation Association

We want to display in many booths in future. Everybody is invited.

With the advancement of technology, global culture has permeated the country through the internet or other ways. This fair is aimed to show the Myanmar traditional handicrafts to the people so that they will cherish and value them, and thus, preserving their own traditional and cultural heritages.