The Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology (Kemendikbudristek) also enlivened the 2022 Sail Tidore Expo which carries the theme "World Heritage City Connects Nations" by presenting a pavilion with a cultural concept. The pavilion with the theme Culture For Sustainable Living has elements of tradition that are passed down as a support for sustainability which is the main concern in exploring ideas to then be poured into forms and exhibition spaces. The impression of nature in everyday life is shown in the form of architectural designs, without losing the slightest bit of values, traditional heritage, as well as the philosophy that has been going on for centuries in which the environment where humans live their lives according to ancestral traditions is maintained so that the earth remains sustainable. This platform has two sides.
On the left side of the pavilion, there is a typical building of the Mbojo tribe, Wawo District, Bima, namely Uma Lengge. This house-like building has been around for hundreds or even thousands of years. Even though it looks simple, this building requires unique artistic Oman Phone Number List skills and special expertise in its construction. All building materials are wood and bamboo as well as thatch or thatch as roof and wall materials. Uma Lengge functioned as a place to store agricultural products from the Wawo people for generations, because it has smooth air circulation and the temperature inside is stable so that spoilage will never occur when storing food from tubers or other types, so Uma Lengge is a place effective way to save yields. In the Wawo people, having Uma Lengge is a must.
This custom does not distinguish between nobility and certain castes, because anyone who is tenacious and diligent at work must have Uma Lengge or granary. Then, to the left of Uma Lengge there is also a wooden cart which one of its functions was as a means of distributing natural products to the people in the past. Then on the right side of the pavilion, there are 4 infographic frames containing information related to Culture for Sustainable Living , including regarding food security, clothing, and boards, which make this cultural process created. These four infographics are packaged in 4 frames that have a shape resembling a tree trunk. This shape is taken from a type of clove tree trunk, where in the past and present.