The Rhythm of Life

Those two Kina trees are well known and long-lived in Damascus, they have remained for many generations and attended many historic phases in early time. They were to be burned, it was the ideas of Mr. Moufak Makhoul to revive them in a certain way, and the Syrian trees never die.

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REPORT OF MWENGE WOOD MARKET CLASSES

Woodcarvers from Tanzania received support and help from the International Wood Culture Society in order to have the opportunity to be educated.

Woodcarving has been an inherited culture that being preserved for the past decades in Tanzania, and nowadays it provides a significant amount of financial incomes in Tanzania. Nevertheless, lack of education has become a barrier to carvers to reach out to the international market.

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David Best, the man behind the Tiered Temple Project on 2016 WWD in Nepal

David Best, an American sculptor, best known for his contribution to the annual Burning Man festival. Building temples from recycled woods and burnt to ashes at the last day of the weeklong festival in a spectacle of light and heat in a concept of forgiving and letting go to heal people from their past, and strengthen them to move on.

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The Chinese 4th National Vocational & College Student Carpentry Competition

The 4th National Vocational & College Student Carpentry Competition was hosted by the International Wood Culture Society and China National Forest Product Industry Association, organized by the Secretariat, China – ASEAN Expo and Forestry College of GuangXi University as the qualification trial (China) for the 2016 World Wood Day - International Young Adult Furniture Making Invitation on 19 – 22 November, 2015 at Nanning International Conference and Exhibition Center, Nanning, GuangXi.

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