Chennai/India,Oct 9 (ONA)-----The Sultanate, represented by the Public Authority for Craft Industries(PACI), has been elected Vice-President of the World Crafts Council (WCC) Asia Pacific Region (APR) Regional Assembly held in the city of Chennai/Republic of India in the presence of Sheikha Aysha bint Khalfan al-Siyabiyah, Chairperson of PACI.
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WC stands for World Craft (3D mapping program)
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WCC meet in India The Sultanate, represented by the Public Authority for Craft Industries (PACI) will take part in the international summit meetings of the World Crafts Council (WCC), due to be held in the Republic of India from October 7 to 10.
Shaikha Aisha bint Khalfan al Siyabiyah, Chairperson of the Public Authority for Craft Industries (PACI), received in her office here yesterday Dr Ghada Hijjawi Qaddumi, senior Secretary of the World Crafts Council (WCC) in East Asia.
As Angel Akuma, covering last year's Tokyo Midnight Art Extravaganza, writes: "This former leader of the Disappearance Movement that stole the show at the Roppongi Hills World Craft Fair in '95 has shifted to presence and the emotive.
Initially distributed Third World crafts from a warehouse in central Newcastle.
Besides the organizers, two international organizations were present: the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the World Crafts Council.
Through ties with UNESCO, World Crafts Council Asia-Pacific, and the crafts councils of the region, it is anticipated that the next program will even be better.
17 For more traditional but still unusual gifts, consider Third World crafts from the Mennonite Central Committee's Ten Thousand Villages shops (call 1-888-622-6337 for locations of stores near you), UNICEF mall displays or catalogue (1-800-567-4483), or Oxfam's Bridgehead catalogue (1-800-565-8563).