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Archive for November, 2014

Bandung: A City With A Lot To Over Posted by on Nov 29, 2014

Bandung, the capital city of West Java, is renowned for its cuisine and factory outlets.  Supported by its growing textile and garment industries, as well as the creativity of the food industry players, who always come up with new dishes, Bandung established itself as a shopping destination in Indonesia. On weekends, the city is jam-packed…

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A Recipe for Nasi Goreng Posted by on Nov 28, 2014

No matter where you are in Indonesia, chances are you’re not far away from a tasty plate of nasi goreng (fried rice). It’s cheap, filling, and reliable. It’s also pretty easy to make yourself! Here’s a recipe in Indonesian and English for this classic Indonesian dish: Bahasa Indonesia Bahan: 4 piring nasi putih 200 gram…

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Indonesian Personal Pronouns (Kata Ganti Orang) Posted by on Nov 21, 2014

The Indonesian personal pronouns as a heritage of Malay, have been enriched by a great number of local languages to meet the dynamic of present Indonesian society. But its basic principle as a simple language is still the same.  For instance, both subjective and objective pronouns are the same. Following is the table:   PersonOrang ke-…

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Indonesian Personal Pronouns and the Verb “To Be” Posted by on Nov 17, 2014

It’s hard to start communicating in a language without knowing the personal pronouns and the verb “to be.” Don’t worry, because we’ve got you covered when it comes to Indonesian. Watch this short video and learn how to use pronouns in Indonesian. The thing about the verb “to be” is that there is none! Learn…

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Bandung Video Tour Posted by on Nov 12, 2014

Take a one-day video tour of Bandung with the Grateful Gypsies in a new “Streets, Beats & Eats” episode on Bandung, West Java. Head out to peer into the crater of a dormant volcano at Tangkuban Perahu, get back to town in time for an angklung performance, and of course dig into some tasty Indonesian…

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