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Cultural Preservation through Writing

Cultural Preservation through WritingRegent of Badung, Anak Agung Gde Agung, welcomed and appreciated the book entitled The First Complete Guide to Bali’s First UNESCO World Heritage Site written by Richard Mann. The book carries the cultural heritage of Bali set by UNESCO. One of them is the Taman Ayun Temple reflecting the history on the expansion of subak or irrigation cooperative system. “Aside from carrying the information about the Taman Ayun temple, the books also serves as a means to conserve the cultural heritage among the younger generation,” he said in a meeting with the author of dozens of books on Bali, Tuesday (Jan 22). Regent Gde Agung added that the tourists visiting Badung region through information in the book were intellectual tourists. They did not only make a visit for fun but really wanted to see the local culture existing in Badung in particular and Bali in general. (BTN/015)

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