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LITERATURE AND CLIMATE CHANGE – The optimistic tone in Eka Budianta’s poetry

Climate change and sustainable life, poetically In his works, writing about environmental issues and climate change, he addressed environmental topics. After graduating from high school in 1974, Eka Budianta https://openlibrary.org/works/OL16551351W/Walking_Westward_in_the_Morning?edition=ia%3Awalkingwestwardi0000unse continued his education at the Faculty of Arts of the University of Indonesia, where he began writing and publish his works. This Indonesian writer writes about the environment, tourism and …

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AN ELEGANT AND PLEASANT WAY OF SINGING – The charming Indonesian singer with a velvety voice

Anggun, the grace of a voice born from a dream For her, the most important thing is not what religion to believe in, but how to live one’s life. She possesses a warm, full three-octave alto voice that transitions into a soft whisper. Her 1990 song Tua Tua Keladi became her most popular her song in Indonesia. A native singer-songwriter …

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IN THE LAND WHERE TO SHAPE YOUR DESTINY – Six Indonesians who shaped the imagination

Smile, it is cool, but doing it creatively is better Our journey into Indonesian creativity begins with a painter. Even in Indonesia, in fact, there are painters who paint the sun in an essential way, representing it with a yellow spot. We like to introduce one of the painters born in this “Land of the Gods”, a man who has …

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JOURNEY TO THE PARADISE OF THE GODS – Indonesia, one of the trendiest destinations in the world

Indonesia, where you will no longer need to dream The most intense of its memories, which is quite natural, will be that of its perfume. Inevitably, however, it will be by thinking of a terraced rice paddy that you will see this island inside your mind. Rarely, but it happens, some people feel like an excruciating nostalgia for its horizons. …

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DRAWING THE LINE WITH A CARTOONIST – Jitet Kustana, cartoonist from Indonesia

When a comic is born between coffee and cigarettes He is the creator of the Indonesian Gold Pencil Foundation and actively participates in international comic exhibitions and competitions. As a young man with no future ahead of him, Jitet Kustana https://www.irancartoon.com/site/artists/jitet-kustana had no perception of what he would do when he grew up. This father of four born in 1967 …

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THE FRIENDLY WORLD OF A PHOTOGRAPHER – Andreas Darwins Triadi, the icon of photography in Indonesia

Explore and create photographically, as a spirit and a lifestyle His journey into photographic expressiveness is know for being able to show something different. In Kohn, Germany, in 1990 he presented a slide of his at the Photo Kina International Competition.  He showed his work in an international magazine in 1990, but his interest in photography dates back to 1979. …

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WHEN TAILORING IS A TRAINED SKILL – Auguste Soesastro and his fashion designer exploration

The importance of good karma, because clothing starts with fibers From his point of view, in addition to designing and putting together fabrics, tailoring must be a constantly trained skill. It started appearing around the 1980s. Islamic fashion derives from the need to cover certain parts of the female body and harmoniously molds religiosity and fashion, encouraging one to be …

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THE FORGOTTEN WRITER OF THE INDONESIAN REVOLUTION – Among the novels, children’s stories and poems by Siti Rukiah

Publishing literary works in postcolonial Indonesia Although her name is mention in Indonesian textbooks, few people access her works. Writing was a means of expressing the concern of the younger generation during the first years of Indonesian independence. Although she normally went to men, in 1953 she was a woman who won the most prestigious literary prize in Indonesia of …

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CHINESE BRUSHES AND WESTERN VISUAL CONVENTIONS – Lee Man Fong, the painter who lived among experiments, reflections and corrections

Lit subjects, vigorous brushstrokes and rich colors From the age of 16, he learned the techniques of oil painting and his first oil painting of 1929 showed an aptitude for perspective. The work of Lee Man Fong http://www.artnet.com/artists/lee-man-fong/, an Indonesian painter of Chinese descent, fuses Chinese ink painting with 17th-century Dutch paintings. His elegant representations of the Balinese people focused …

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TELL ME WHERE YOU GO, I WILL TELL YOU WHO YOU ARE – Indonesian journey, where to learn to immerse yourself between silences

Life is what you make of it, also visiting Indonesia The beauty of landscapes blended with unique culture of its people, untouched beaches, mountains and lakes. When you decide to go, a visit will not be enough to embrace the wonders of Indonesia https://www.indonesia.travel/gb/en/home. Cultural Hub of Ubud in Bali or Mount Bromo in Java, Scuba Diving in Batu Batong …

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