Integrating existing knowledge from ethnohistorical, ethnological and archaeological sources according to agreed themes, taking care to be critical and objective and avoiding undue speculation and romanticization, to package and convey these carefully through:

  1. Social media campaign (e.g. the NMP’s #MuseumFromHome program) involving producing posters, educational aides, audio-visual content, and on-line exhibitions that focus on agreed themes highlighting the knowledge, the artifacts, existing related practices, the sources themselves (and, if applicable, the science), giving answers (tentative or definitive) to the general questions.
  2. Webinars and lectures involving recognized scholars in the Philippines and overseas, and culture bearers in relevant fields of traditional practice; on-line tours, performances and demonstrations where appropriate.
  3. Targeting special audiences: teachers, foreign service officers, and other professional groups.
  4. Advocating wider and enhanced use of Pre-Colonial scripts and ancestral/traditional art and designs in appropriate ways. (See National Museum and Design Center of the Philippines: Philippine Ethnic Patterns: A Design Sourcebook, 2006).
  5. Special Activities on Food: as food might be expected to be an especially popular theme, activities involving Pre-Colonial food heritage, such as cooking demonstrations, publication of recipes, information about Pre-Colonial food ingredients, etc., might be considered.
  6. A Pre-Colonial Filipino Online Resource or Portal.
  7. Strengthening of Academic and Institutional Networks (particularly within the Indo-Pacific region).