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Journey Through Indonesia

Author : Tim Hannigan
ISBN : 9781462920143
Genre : Travel
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Whether readers are planning a trip to Bali or just fantasizing about one, Journey Through Indonesia makes for an unforgettable Indonesia travel guide. With hundreds of full-color photographs, Journey Through Indonesia takes readers on a tour of the world's most magnificent archipelago, a vast island nation with all the diversity of an entire continent. This vibrantly illustrated book is the perfect introduction to this most colorful of countries, for both Indonesian history enthusiasts, armchair travelers, and those planning explorations and adventures in Indonesia. Indonesia is Southeast Asia's largest nation, a place of endless contrasts and myriad cultures. This comprehensive Indonesian travel guide features over 400 stunning photographs, nine detailed maps, and insightful descriptions of the country's geography, culture, history, arts, crafts, and wildlife species. Journey Through Indonesia transports readers to each of Indonesia's significant regions including: The impressive temples and volcanoes of Java The exquisite beaches of Bali The magnificent national parks of Kalimantan The traditional villages of Nusa Tenggara The tiger-haunted forests of Sumatra The spice-scented islets of Maluku The untrammeled wilderness of Papua and much more Journey Through Indonesia beautifully captures the diversity of the culture, terrain, and population of Indonesia and creates a deeper understanding of this unique island nation.


Author : Willard Anderson Hanna
ISBN : UOM:39015057625967
Genre : Banda Islands (Indonesia)
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Archipelago A Journey Across Indonesia

Author : Ian Burnet
ISBN : 9781925078718
Genre : Travel
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Indonesia is the world’s largest archipelago nation, comprising over 17,000 islands, it is the most culturally diverse nation , containing an extraordinary melange of races, religions, languages and culture. Ian Burnet takes a journey across the archipelago. He intertwines the history and geography, the many races and languages and cultures that make up a country whose motto is “Unity in Diversity”. Travelling by bus, train, plane and motorcycle from Java to Timor, he hops from island to island across the archipelago. He traces the history of the early Malay people, the influence of Indian religions of Hinduism and Buddhism. The heritage of the Indians, Chinese and Arabs trading in spice and sandalwood, and the rise of Islam. He takes the reader on a personal journey through geographic space and historical time. He gives a rich and deep understanding of this complex nation and its culture and people.

Journey To Impact

Author : Veronica Colondam
ISBN : 9814610526
Genre : Business & Economics
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What matters most in life? Why do we do the things we do? How do we want to be remembered? Those were honest questions that drove Veronica Colondam to her calling.Journey to Impact is the story of Veronica's spiritual journey that shaped her inner thoughts and strength to impact millions of underprivileged youth. She has been creating sustainable change in their lives through social entrepreneurship, long before that term was even known in Indonesia. In 1999, Veronica established the YCAB Foundation, which is dedicated to the betterment of children's lives through education and financial assistance. As of January 2018, YCAB Foundation was ranked 40th on the list of the world's top 500 NGO's as determined by NGO Advisor in Geneva.This book will take you through her intricate yet candid journey as a young mother of three responding to her calling. Her hopes and dreams, pain and despair, brokenness and delights in her walk as a woman leader can be lonely and isolating at times. Her resilience has led her to rebuild what's broken, to keep on going against all odds. Her undying spirit and relentless grit are so compelling as to inspire others to do just the same - that one will only live a life that matters when life is lived as the extension of the goodness to others. That's how one will be remembered. That's what true impact is really about.HIGHLIGHTS* Personal insights into an extraordinary organization by its founder* Compelling story of personal and institutional development

Indonesian Odyssey

Author : Helena Spanjaard
ISBN : UOM:39015072802187
Genre : Painting
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It is well-known that Indonesia is blessed with very rich and varied cultural traditions. From Aceh in West to Papua in the East, one finds spectacular creativity expressed through song, dance and in particular, art. It is only in recent years that the international art market has awakened to these treasures created throughout the archipelago, but due to the scarcity of well-developed and properly-maintained public museums, the majority of these masterpieces are obtained by private collectors for their homes. This results in scores of private museums scattered around the country where the treasures are carefully preserved in the notoriously humid tropical climate. In the past, the only way to view these artworks would be via a personal invitation to these private homes. This book, Indonesian Odyssey, opens the doors to these collections for the world to see and enjoy. Dr. Helena Spanjaard, one of Indonesia¿s most respected art historians, has gained unprecedented access to twenty-one of the country¿s most avid collectors, gathering extraordinary insight into their collecting history and philosophy. Indonesian Odyssey profiles each collector and walks the reader through their favorite pieces, assembling an unparalleled anthology of more than 100 artists: from local masters such as Affandi and Hendra Gunawan, and their Indo-European counterparts like Rudolf Bonnet and Willem Hofker; to leaders of the contemporary movement like Rudi Mantofani and I Nyoman Masriadi. Lavishly illustrated with full-color reproductions of more than 230 paintings, Indonesian Odyssey provides a comprehensive catalog of Indonesian art and is a required resource for all collectors - both those with established collections and those just embarking on their own individual journey.

Culinaria Southeast Asia

Author : Rosalinde Mowe
ISBN : 3833148942
Genre : Cooking
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An illustrated recipe book and food guide to the cuisine of Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, covering fish and seafood, noodles and rice, healing herbs, condiments, wine, traditional baking, yams and sweet potatoes, satay, and various types of dining experiences in the region.

Indonesian Women

Author : Mayling Oey-Gardiner
ISBN : UOM:39015053108489
Genre : Literary Collections
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Indonesia's struggles from an Indonesian perspective

Crazy Little Heaven

Author : Mark Heyward
ISBN : 1922086835
Genre : Indonesia
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A Journey Through Time

Author : Willem De Thouars
ISBN : 0615710743
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Willem de Thouars exemplifies years of study and hard practice in the martial arts. His birth country, Indonesia, was the training ground for a variety of martial-arts styles, both Chinese and Indonesian. When the island nations of Indonesia regained independence from the Dutch as a colony, de Thouars was forced to leave his country of birth and moved to Holland as a Dutch citizen. His martial training flourished while he studied European fencing in Belgium. Later, his martial studies evolved under guidance of the very best masters in the United States after his arrival in May of 1960, where he has lived since. He is a sought-after teacher at martial-arts seminars throughout the world. A Journey Through Time is the telling of de Thouars' life journey in his own words.

Halal Monk A Christian On A Journey Through Islam

Author : Jonas Yunus Atlas
ISBN : 9789081499651
Genre : Religion
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To acquaint himself with the soul of Islam J.Y. Atlas had openhearted conversations with influential Muslim scholars and artists. From Jakarta to New York and from London to Lahore, this Christian theologian met with imams and Sufis, academics and feminists, punkers and poets.The result is a book full of novel insights that will help us to transcend today's cultural and religious impasses. Attempts of interfaith dialogue often stay away from the more difficult issues and remain somewhat superficial. With his 'Halal Monk' journey, Atlas wanted to go further. He wanted to get to the root of our current tensions. This book collects his most fascinating dialogues at the intersection of culture, society and religion. In between those conversations, some extra light is shed on key concepts of the Islamic tradition and their relevance for today's debates. Topics as diverse as quranic exegesis, islamic mysticism and islamic feminism are all treated in a nuanced manner. Difficult subjects like islamic fundamentalism and jihad, aren't circumvented but placed within their context and clarified. Aspects of the islamic faith like sharia and ijtihad are explained and juxtaposed with the Christian tradition. 'Halal Monk: A Christian on a Journey through Islam' is one of the most insightful and honest books on Muslim culture, spirituality and theology. A must read for anyone who wants to have a better grasp of the place of islam in the modern world. * Endorsements and reviews * “We need many more books like this one. The reader emerges from this study with a real and fresh grasp of a tradition that is in movement, in dialogue with itself and so in transition.” – Rowan Williams, former Archbishop of Canterbury. "The interviews and reflections in this book offer sensitive, clear and extremely interesting insights into Islam and Islamic thought. The opportunity to 'listen in' on the author's conversations is a distinct privilege." – Marie Dennis, co-president of Pax Christi International. "The book could not have been written any better by a Muslim - but then it is important that it was written by an upright, self-critical Christian. I will make the book a must-read for my students, both religious and non-religious." – Shaykh Bashir Ahmad Dultz, founding president and shaykh of the German Muslim League. "Profound understanding among Muslims and Christians is critical for civil health of the 21st century, and this book points in a promising direction." – Rev. William E. Swing, Founder of URI and Former Episcopal Bisshop of California. “Jonas succeeds in his quest to find common ground.” – John Marks, Founder & Senior Advisor, Search for Common Ground.

Journey Through Bali Lombok

Author : Paul Greenway
ISBN : 9781462915316
Genre : Travel
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Whether readers are planning a trip to Bali or just fantasizing about one, Journey Through Bali & Lombok makes for an unforgettable Bali travel guide. Containing more than 300 color photographs, this breathtaking volume brings you from the trendy beach of Seminyak to the Monkey Forest at Sangeh and the hot springs along Lake Batur to the sunken wrecks off Tulamben. Through stunning photographs, readers climb Lombok's smoldering Mt. Rinjani volcano and explore the nearby rustic Gili Islands and Nusa Lembongan. Greenway was a longtime resident of Bali and still considers it his spiritual home. Journey Through Bali & Lombok capture the region's stunning natural landscapes and the lives and experiences of the Balinese people—including their renowned religious festivals, gamelan music, and painting and craft traditions. For example, an image of the cliff-top temple of Pura Luhur Ulu Watu during a sunset dance performance—complete with hypnotic chanting and fire-walking—reveals intriguing aspects of ancient Balinese culture.

A Geek In Indonesia

Author : Tim Hannigan
ISBN : 9781462919628
Genre : Travel
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For anyone wanting to move beyond tired travel guide cliches, A Geek in Indonesia is a hip, irreverent and streetwise introduction to Southeast Asia's biggest country. Jump from the beaches of Bali to a tour bus circuit of the fascinating island of Java and come face to face with the reality of 21st-century Indonesia—from local fashion bloggers and the world's most avid tweeters to feminist activists, punk pioneers, and scandalous celebrities. Discover the unlikely delights of dangdut—Indonesia's homegrown working-class rockers—and a dizzying universe of pop, jazz, and alternative music. Learn what makes Jakarta the social media capital of the world, dive into the Indonesian blogosphere, and get essential insights into the traditional values that still underpin modern tech-savvy Indonesian society. Then travel back in time to the outer fringes of the archipelago where tribesmen continue to wear ritual battle gear. Packed with lively articles on everything from office and cafe culture to food, dating rituals, and TV soap operas—and illustrated with hundreds of colorful images—this Indonesian travel guide is a delightful read for backpackers, first-time visitors, newly-arrived expats, long-time Indonesiaphiles. A Geek in Indonesia is a guide like no other, to a country that has no equal.

Indonesia News And Views

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ISBN : UCBK:C054087730
Genre : Indonesia
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A Journey Through Austronesian And Papuan Linguistic And Cultural Space

Author : Andrew Pawley
ISBN : UCSD:31822036332831
Genre : Austronesian languages
File Size : 74. 40 MB
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Poisoned Arrows

Author : George Monbiot
ISBN : 1903998271
Genre : Ethnology
File Size : 81. 29 MB
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At great personal risk and with forged travel documents, George Monbiot in 1988 bluffed, cheated and forced his way into the remotest tropical place in the world - the forbidden territories of Irian Jaya, Indonesia. Sealed from the outside world by Indonesian forces, it was home to tribes who were unchanged and unseen for centuries-- and, along with their forest land, being systematically obliterated.

A Journey Through Stone

Author : Ian Plimer
ISBN : STANFORD:36105020839853
Genre : Chillagoe (Qld.)
File Size : 37. 20 MB
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Indonesia Circle

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ISBN : UVA:X002432323
Genre : Indonesia
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Inside Indonesia

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ISBN : UOM:39015066176515
Genre : Indonesia
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One Hundred Years Bank Rakyat Indonesia 1895 1995

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ISBN : UCBK:C079884951
Genre : Banks and banking
File Size : 87. 95 MB
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Dynamics Of Conflict And Displacement In Papua Indonesia

Author : Eva-Lotta E. Hedman
ISBN : UOM:39015072822409
Genre : Ethnic conflict
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