This video compiles testimonials about the ICCROM FAR-CollAsia "International Course on Rethinking Disaster Risk Management for Cultural Heritage Collections," which aimed to broaden the scope of planning for disaster risk management (DRM) to manage intricate disaster risk scenarios, in which cascading risks could come together to cause substantial damage to heritage. The course was supported by the Cultural Heritage Administration (CHA) of the Republic of Korea and developed in close collaboration with the Escuela Taller de Filipinas Foundation Inc, Philippines, and the International Council of Museums (ICOM). Participants represented some of the most risk-prone countries, including those located on the “ring of fire,” such as Indonesia and the Philippines. Course mentors and teachers, drawn from the FAR alumni network, tailored the course to the participants' varied institutional contexts. In an anonymous evaluation survey, the course participants rated their knowledge gained and skills developed at an average of 89 percent.