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Honolulu Academy of Arts

To establish, in collaboration with the Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Honolulu, a pilot museum training program for the Asia-Pacific area and to enable the following participants to survey museums in the United States: Ajit Simba P. Bais, the National Children's Museum, New Delhi, India; Kai Sen Chew, National Museum, Singapore; Charles C. Y. Chi, National Palace Museum, Taipei, Republic of China; Joseph I. A. Gasing, Sarawak Museum, Kutching, Malaysia; Abdul Latif Ibrahim, Muzium Brunei, Bandar, Malaysia; Iftikhar Alam Khan, Aligarh Muslim University, India; Sadao Kosuge, National Science Museum, Tokyo, Japan; Byung Hoon Lee, National Science Museum, Seoul, Korea; Nan Young Lee, National Museum of Korea , Seoul, Korea; Pranowo Martodiardjo, the National Biological Institute, Bogor, Indonesia; Takeshi Ogiwara, National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo, Japan; Mohan Chandra Pande, State Museum, Lucknow, India; Aurora Pelayo, Cultural Research Center, Silliman University, Dumaguete City, Philippines; Rosario B. Tantoco, National Museum of the Philippines, Manila, Philippines

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University of Washington

To enable Robert Garfias, assistant professor of music, University of Washington, to direct a project to record and film the traditional music and dance of Korea and the Philippines and to establish archives in Korea, in the Philippines, and at the University of Washington

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Columbia University

To provide support for the development of a program of study in the United States for teachers and administrators of primary and secondary schools in Japan in connection with Japanese Educators Project

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Indiana University

To enable Asian art specialists to attend the Fourth Conference on Oriental Western Literary and Cultural Relations, Indiana University, June 1966, and to provide support for the exhibition East-West in Art and presentations of Asian dances and films held in connection with the conference

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American Federation of Arts

To provide support for an exhibition of contemporary painting from the Republic of China, the New Chinese Landscape, shown at the American Federation of Arts Gallery, New York, New York, and in fourteen other cities in the United States, May 1966-June 1968

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International Council of Museums

To enable the following museum specialists from India to attend the Seventh General Conference of the International Council of Museums, Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, and New York, September-October 1965, and to survey museums in the United States: Vasant Hari Bedekar, Department of Museology, M. S. University of Baroda; Moti Chandra, Prince of Wales Museum of Western India, Bombay; T.R. Gairola, National Museum, New Delhi; Mohammed Abdul Waheed Kahn, director of Archaeology and Museums, Andra Padesh, Hyderbad; Anand Krishna, Bharat Kala Bhavan, Benares; Ajit Mookerjee, Crafts Museum, new Delhi; C. Sivaramamurti, National Museum, New Delhi

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