In Pinayuanan, beads with beautiful patterns are called "qkata". Ata beads studio, named after the beads, is consists of a group of women that work together who want to preserve traditional patterns. Seeing that current traditional handicraft are mostly replicas of traditional goods and patterns, they want to add some interesting point of view and bring creativity to their work. They want to cultivate local people with the mind of cultural inheritance, assist indigenous handicraft maker and let them know the importance of culture existence. They want to pass on the spirit of their tribe though their works.