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Satay named one of the most popular foods in the world by World or Statistics

Satay (grilled skewered meat), a popular dish in Indonesia makes it to the list of the most popular foods in the world according to the World of Statistics. It ranks 53rd out of 55.

Government Proposes Reog Ponorogo as UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage

Coordinating Human Development and Culture Minister Muhadjir said the traditional masked dance from East Java has been shortlisted and will be decided at UNESCO meeting next year, per CNNIndonesia, Friday (25/8).

Reminiscing Indonesian Art Scene through “Piknik 70-an”

One cannot help but feel amazed at seeing the dozens of works of art from the 1970s being exhibited at the National Gallery, Wednesday (9/8). The artists are so good at expressing their thoughts in works that feel free, critical as well as aesthetic.

Involving 700 Karawitan artists, Yogyakarta Gamelan Festival to be held at end of August

Yogyakarta Gamelan Festival (YGF) is going to be held again this year, from August 20-26.

Ambon Guitar Monument, Instagramable spot that symbolizes the World Music City

Featuring a unique shape, the guitar monument in the city of Ambon is the only and most special monument in the capital of Maluku province. It has become a symbol of Ambon as the City of World Music. The monument stands tall, surrounded by a fountain complete with the inscription Pattimura Park in the background. The fountain will light up in the evening with its colorful illumination. The monument surface also features graffiti which adds to its artistic elements.

Indonesia Miniature Park to be built in Poland, expected to become a popular attraction

Miroslaw Wawrowski, Indonesian honorary consul in Gdansk, Poland, inaugurated the Bentar Temple which also marked the construction of Taman Mini Indonesia at the Dolina Charlotty resort. The park aims to strengthen tourism and economic cooperation between Poland and Indonesia.

Monologue ‘Feminine Erotica’, Between Love and Desire for Female Sexuality

Teater Salihara successfully performed a monologue themed 'Feminine Erotica' from four literary chapters of female French writers Anaïs Nin, Anne Cécile Desclos, Margueritte Duras and Nobel laureate Annie Ernaux on Tuesday (8/8) evening.

Getting to Know the Fading Tradition of Reading Old Sundanese Manuscripts in Ciamis

The tradition of reading ancient Sundanese scripts was held at the Bojong Susuru site, Kertabumi village, Ciamis, Wednesday (2/8). This fading tradition was held again by the Pangauban Kwargian Nonoman Galuh youth organization with the theme 'Nyawang Bulan di Mumunggang', per detikcom, Saturday (5/8).

“Jamu Ngatiyem” and the Rise of Women Facing Times of Crisis

Syska Liana, affectionately known as Syska La Veggie, opened a traditional herbal drinks (jamu) shop. But unlike the average sellers, this artist from Sidoarjo uses personal protective equipment (PPE) when dispensing herbal medicine for visitors at the GoetheHaus Foyer, Jakarta, Tuesday (1/8).

Enjoying the legendary Ragusa Ice Cream in Central Jakarta

That afternoon, the parking lot at Ragusa Italian ice cream shop on Veteran I Street, Gambir, Central Jakarta was full. The parking attendant seemed busy directing motorbikes and cars of visitors who wanted to go home and then returning to park the vehicles of visitors who had just arrived.

Rawon, a specialty dish of East Java, named the Most Delicious Soup in the World by Taste Atlas

Rawon, a traditional beef soup from East Java, ranks first in the '10 Best Rated Soups in the World' according to Taste Atlas, a culinary site that reviews traditional dishes, local ingredients and authentic restaurants from around the world.

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