Our objective is promoting dialogue for increased understanding and maintaining the identity of original traditions of each civilisation / culture and foster their impact on the development of mainstream society, for the benefit and development of civilisation / culture of peace from planet Earth, therefore humankind in general. We believe that cultural diversity is key towards everlasting unity of humankind. At the same time, promoting the safe-keeping of each and every individual heritage, traditional way of living and identity of each and all ethnic groups, their characteristics, language, eating habits, dressing, dancing....etc.,bringing awareness and diversity to mainstream society with increasing awareness for 'Unity in Diversity' as the identity of all mankind.
The definition of culture has long provoked debate. The earliest and most quoted definition is the one formulated in 1871 by Edward Burnett Tylor:
Culture or Civilisation, taken in its wide ethnographic sense, is that complex whole which includes knowledge, belief, art, morals, law, custom, and any other capabilities and habits acquired by man as a member of society.
Ethnicity; refers to the identification of a group based on a perceived cultural distinctiveness that makes the group into a people.This distinctiveness is believed to be expressed in language, music,values, art, styles, literature, family life, religion, ritual, food,naming, public life, and material culture. Source; Encyclopedia Britannica.