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Tracing the Heritage of Cirebon (3) Batik Cirebon

Batik Cirebon by Regina Sari Agustinne  All Cirebon’s Batik is originated in the village called Trusmi, named after Ki Gede Trusmi, a man who introduced the art of...

Community-Based Ecotourism in North Sumatra

Community-Based Ecotourism as a Way to Ensure Nature Conservation, and Well-being in North Sumatra, Indonesia by Roderick T.J. Buiskool, M.A.   Orangutan and infant...

Tracing the Heritage of Cirebon (2) The Mosque

The Royal Mosque of Cirebon by Regina Sari Agustinne After enjoying the palace one can see the Royal Mosque of Cirebon. Although it was known by the name of The Great...

Tracing the Heritage of Cirebon (1) The Palace

Tracing the Heritage of Cirebon by Regina Sari Agustinne Cirebon was known as Grage in the past, which came from the word “negara gede” means “great Kingdom”, is...

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Hidden Flowers

Hidden Flowers 2 A solo exhibition of water color and pigment on silk paintings by Saigon-based artist Nguyen Thi Chau Giang.  Now  at CTG’s Tran Nhat Duat gallery...

Vietnamese art

Craig Thomas Gallery is looking forward to resuming their program of solo exhibitions for the year at the earliest possible time.  First up will be young artist Nguyen...

The Apurva Bali is great!

Only a few months after the grand opening, the Latitudes team was invited to experience this magnificent hotel in Bali. To be short, it felt like going on an...

Surabaya Beat: A Fairy Tale Of Ships, Trade And Travels In Indonesia – 2019.02

A Photobook by Beat Presser Indonesia is the country with the biggest fleet in the world; no other place on earth has more islands, boats, and ships. This book...

Flores Island of Flowers

By: Reyhard Matheos Have you ever imagined living in a house with more than 6 families? Seems a bit crowded and uncomfortable right? Yet, the traditional Manggaraian...