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Nano Suratno: Father of Sundanese Music

By: Patrick Durkan Known more popularly as Kang Nano S. this prolific and influential composer did much for Indonesian and more specifically Sundanese (West Java) music...

Sundanese. A Language of West Java

By: Emma Kwee The Sundanese have their own language, which is totally different from Bahasa Indonesia. When walking around in Bandung you will probably notice the...

The Baduy: The First People

The Baduy are a deeply religious community who live sequestered in the forests of Western Java where they maintain their ancient way of life. The Baduy believe...

Cikananga Animal Rescue Center, Where Nature’s Orchestra Calls

By: Kafil Yamin School students may have known Indonesia’s endemic cute animals such as the orangutan, the Javanese eagle, rhinos, from books or magazines, but have...

Sky in North Bandung, By: Noorman Wijaksana

Beyond Bandung: Hot Springs, Strawberries & Volcanoes

By: Andri Suryo Bandung has so much more to offer than just food and shopping. Discovering all its nooks and crannies can't be done in a day, a month or even a year!...

West Java map

Introduction to West Java

By: Emma Kwee West Java is the most populated province in Indonesia, with over 43 million inhabitants. The capital Bandung is the third largest city in the...

The front room of Karang Aji Villa

A trip to Karang Aji, or, my rocky journey to the waters

By: Beatrice In the first pages of what is considered by many to be a classic American work of fiction, Herman Melville elaborated on the human race’s eternal love...