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Indonesia My Country, My Culture, My Soul

for IKYEP 2012
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Fani Atmanti

on 18 October 2012

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Transcript of Indonesia My Country, My Culture, My Soul

Indonesia my Country, my Culture, and my Soul Indonesia Art Do and Don't DO DO DON'T DANCE The Shadow Puppet Show Traditional Music BATIK Indonesia Cultural Habit About Indonesia Indonesia has 300 ethnic groups
Bahasa Indonesia : national language
over 300 languages spoken across the country
currency : rupiah/IDR
242million people Culture Concept :
fusion of its diversity

(example Borobudur : Buddha and Javanese Culture, Hindu and Moslem culture)
Aloneness : Indonesian rarely go to places alone. Kok sendirian?
(Oh you’re by yourself?) Batik is a wax-resist dyeing technique used on textile. Batik has been both an art and craft for centuries in Indonesia. Batik uses as clothes, souvenir, bags, scarf, etc. Angklung is an instrument made from joints of a piece of bamboo.

The use of angklung is swayed and shaken by hand.

This instrument has been known since a long time ago in West Java, Central Java, East Java, and Bali.

Dance in Indonesia (Indonesian: Tarian Indonesia) reflects the country's diversity of ethnicities and cultures. Burping :
not consider impolite to burp. Can even be regarded as a sign of appreciation of a good meal Always use right hand to eat and receiving object Don't use left hands because it is considered unclean. Indonesian use left hand for toilet duties.

Do not give gifts of alcohol or pork to Moslem Indonesian

Kiss or hug a person in public

Don’t ever drink water straight from the tap,
regardless of what the hotel tells you

Hey Bule :
means foreigners, eventhough they are from west country or east country. Staring :
most Indonesia use vehicle and rarely walk in pedestrian. Sometime when someone/foreigners walk on the pedestrian, the people around will stare at them. Kerok :
Indonesia traditional folk cure, wherein a coin or ladle is drawn across the back. This action supposedly helps to release wind from the body by increasing blood flow near the skin's surface Squatting :
relaxing time, chatting and smoking while squatting For most Indonesians this is also the most natural and comfortable way to use the toilet greet people with "Selamat Pagi" Eating with fingers is acceptable the weather is humid and hot, so cotton and light clothes is the best bargain while shopping
(esp. in the market)
Indonesia hand shake & kiss bye Smile, smiling is a cultural tradition so smile a lot Try to practice your Bahasa with Indonesians, they will certainly appreciate your efforts UNESCO designated Indonesian batik as a Masterpiece of Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity on October 2, 2009. It is an Indonesian puppet show. It is performed behind a scene so audiences only see the shadow from another side. Performances are accompanied by gamelan in Java and by gender in Bali In Bali on November 19, 2011 UNESCO announced the traditional Saman dance from Aceh province as a world intangible cultural heritage. Indonesia maintains close relationships with its neighbors in Asia, and is a founding member of ASEAN and the East Asia Summit. Since independence, Indonesian foreign relations have adhered to a "free and active" foreign policy. NAM, OIC, APEC, IGGI, CGI IND & Relationship TERIMA KASIH
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