e-Culture Working Group Session

Date and Time : January 22, 2014 (Wednesday) - 14.00 - 17.30
Chairs : Faridah Noor Mohd Noor - Chair faridahn@gmail.com
Boncheol Goo - Co-Chair mgtech@kaist.ac.kr
Andrew Howard - Co-Chair andrew.howard@anu.edu.au
Members :
Objectives : e-Culture involves digitization of tangible and intangible cultural heritage as well as interdisciplinary collaboration to promote, record and archive human activities and thoughts. This working group serves as a platform to discuss research collaboration on topics that cover the arts, politics, economics, ICT, social issues, cyber performance and others relevant to e-Culture. As participants are multidisciplinary, eCulture can be connected to other APAN contents. eCulture WG brings together participants from the academia, industry and governing bodies to explore and share as well as deliberate their contributions towards eCulture activities in the APAN countries.
Target Audience : Academics, anthropologists, digital archival experts, educators, e-learning and cultural content developers librarians, , historians, researchers, museum curators, , performers (dance, song, musical, theatre, etc.) and cultural enthusiasts.
Expected Number of Participants : 30
Agenda : Session 1 Wed, 22 Jan. 2014 (14.00 to 15.30)
Chair: Faridah Noor Mohd. Noor

  • 14.00pm - 14.10pm: Welcome note by Faridah Noor, Chair of eCulture WG
  • 14.10pm - 14.30pm: "Digital Records of Oral Tradition of Mah Meri Masks" - Faridah Noor Mohd Noor and Safia Najwa Suhaimi University of Malaya, MALAYSIA
  • 14.30pm - 14.50pm: "Communication via SNS within the belly dance society in Korea" - Joong Hee Soh, KAIST, Korea
  • 14.50pm - 15.10pm: "Linked Open Data and Geographic information" - Andrew Howard, The Australian National University
  • 15.10pm - 15.30pm: "IDIC - Infinite Diversity in Infinite Combination Digital Asset Management System" - Andrew Howard, The Australian National University

Session 2 Wed, 22 Jan. 2014 (16.00 to 17.30)
Chair: DY KIM & Faridah Noor Mohd Noor

  • 16.00pm - 17.30pm: eCulture WG Meeting
    • Post mortem of Cyber Performance (Indonesia - Malaysia)
    • Cyber Performance for 38th APAN
Video Conferencing : Yes
Seating Arrangement : Classroom
Remarks : Please arrange for:
  1. Internet connection and LCD projector throughout session (for presentation using Youtube and website demo)
  2. Sound system for Cyber performances/VC and presentations.
  3. If possible the cyber performance is held a day before this session.

About Bandung

Bandung has several recreational areas. Among them are tea plantations, both to the north and the south of the city, the scenery of which is indeed beautiful.



There are some hotel options near the venue of APAN37 for staying during the event.



Foreigners are required to have a valid visa to enter to Indonesia. There are few exemption for foreigners that do not need visa to enter Indonesia.