Culture

Culture

ITS–Despite the growth in modern living,  Balineses are well-known in preserving  cultures and traditions. Ngaben, for example, is still performed up today and has been  one of the most famous Hindu-Bali’s ceremonies, not only in Indonesia, but worldwide. ...

ITS–There are many ways of practicing and expressing our sense of nationalism. One of them is by consitently wearing Kebaya that has served as national women costume and  identity of Indonesia. Kebaya is traditional cloth of a noble ...

ITS–Indonesias largest lake of Toba organized a two day-carnival in conjunction with the 71st anniversary of Indonesias Independence Day from 20th to 21st August 2016. Aside from signifying a milestone of the country’s achievements, the event is expected to boost ...

ITS—The four meters high and two meters thick wall looks dull and neglected. Most parts of the wall are covered with moss and weeds. At the gate of the wall, the information board shows that the building is ...

Arie Smit loves Bali. His aesthetic traces and history on Balinese art play an important role. Artists and art patrons went into mourning when he passed away on 23rd of March 2016. ITS–Arie Smit, an artist from Netherland, ...

ITS–Joglosemar (standing for Jogyakarta, Solo, and Semarang) is now associated as tourism golden triangle due to the huge potential of  those cities to attract tourist. The Joglosemar  covers abundant tourist sites, range from cultural and historic sites (Borobudur ...

ITS–Madrid Fusion, arranged to introduce cultures and culinaries form both Indonesia and Spain, has been the vehicle to present unique traditional culinaries. This time, rendang from Padang, West Sumatera, has made many positive response from the visitors due ...

ITS–They are not just cartoons. Indeed, the artwork made by him embed high philosophy. I Made Somadita, the painter, is catching the similarity of human and animal behaviour, and then pouring his thoughts into his artwork. It is ...

ITS–Elders Gala Dinner, held 21st Feb. at the Centre Cultural Kowe Karo, Noumea, has brought back  Indonesia citizens, which were together aboard Biance in May 1949 to venture as contracted labors in New Caledonia. Compassionately, yet with happiness, ...

ITS–“The witch hobble forward, clutching her stick in both hands, doing a cramped, old woman’s dance, taking one step with one food drawn up, bending forward with stiff neck and back, moving in half-circle with curious jerky steps. ...