Representatives from different states, governors, historians and representatives from the local community gathered last weekend at the Koror State Assembly Hall for the 9th Annual Historic Preservation symposium. The goal of the two-day event was to raise awareness and information sharing on how the different states in Palau are doing with the preservation of the Palauan culture and heritage.
According to Bureau of Arts and Culture acting director, Sunny Ngirmang,
“the event gives an overview of how the different states are doing with their preservation and how can their office help them in raising awareness on the importance of preserving Palauan culture and heritage.”
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