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The Social Value and Function of Myanmar Lacquer ware in Bagan, International Conference on Japan &- Myanmar
- The objective of this research is to maintain the Myanmar Traditional Lacquer ware Art in Bagan and reveal their social life and to get international interest for the distinct tradition and custom of Myanmar Lacquer ware Art. In this research, desk review, library survey, field research, Key Informant Interview, Participant observation, taking photographs recording with video were performed for special activities associated with the Lacquer ware Art. Moreover, these data will be studied by Economic Anthropology and Cultural Anthropology point of view. In this research presentation, nine themes were described. These were: Introduction, Methodology, Historical background of the Myanmar Lacquer ware Art, Production, Distribution, Consumption, Division of labour and their daily income, Social value and function related to Myanmar lacquer ware and Conclusion. Expected impact of the research is to maintain the Myanmar tradition and culture based on Lacquer ware and how to ensure the continuity of their art. And then, expected outcome is to prolong and become famous for Myanmar Traditional Lacquer ware Art and Technology among the world and to do advanced studies with international research institutes. Moreover, this research will need to learn in details and cooperate with the other interesting scholars.
Dr. Lwin Lwin Mon
- University of Yangon, Myanmar
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