A busy year wraps up for Montessori School Bali

With the launch of its biannual Twilight Market, a filled-to-capacity Toddler Programme and the successful debut of   its Adolescent Programme, Montessori School Bali (MSB) has had a busy and exciting academic year. The school broke ground on new playgrounds for its preschool and primary classrooms this year, as well as a BMX/MBT track, all expected […]

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Bali For Kids

Made’s Banana Flour Cafes Ubud (Jalan Sri Wedari 14, Badung) offers Kids Craft classes every Sunday from 10 am to 12 pm. The IDR 50,000 fee includes gluten-free cookies from Made’s Banana Flour Company. The next two classes will be Diary Making (23 June) and Finger Puppets (30 June). Past classes have included slime, pinwheel […]

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Canggu News

Boost Your Business Profile In Bali By Supporting Solemen Solemen’s Outreach Team, a roving squad of dedicated local staff, volunteer doctors and therapists, are constantly dashing around Bali to bring help in the form of medical intervention, wheelchairs and other medical aids, nutritious food and basic subsistence products that will make life more bearable for […]

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Canggu News

AMD-Bali Goes To School As Indonesia’s 1st Project AWARE Go ECO operator and active member of UNEP’s Green Fins, AquaMarine Diving – Bali commits to providing dive experiences that enhance visitor awareness, appreciation & understanding of the local aquatic environment. In March, AMD-B launched their new programme: Blue Project (BP). Via this they’ll share knowledge […]

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Circumcision…Why? Why Not?

Circumcision is the removal of the flap of skin, which naturally covers the tip of the penis. Many people, including some doctors, have very strong feelings about circumcision. There are conflicting points of view about the risks and possible benefits of circumcision. Legal and ethical issues about circumcision are also being widely discussed. Medical specialists […]

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Dining in the Garden!

Famous is indeed an almost arrogant name for a restaurant. This one hopes to become one and it is well on the way to doing just that. It serves Mediterranean cuisine, mainly Italian with a little bit of French. The pervious operators at this site [Urbana] did not succeed but the new French ones seem […]

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Education Matters

Greetings and welcome to yet another edition of Education Matters. This simple column provides readers with the opportunity to obtain an answer or insight into issues relating to Education and Learning. Especially, those matters that raise concern and anxiety for parents and children. As the academic year slowly draws to a close, invariably it leads […]

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Education Program Aimed at School Children Raises Environmental Awareness

With the slogan “helping people to help themselves,” the IDEP Foundation’s TUNAS program is striving to instigate sustainable reform in Bali by developing children’s interest in environmental protection and conservation. TUNAS, which is an acronym for Teman Untuk Semesta (Friends of the Universe), started back in February this year and has two main themes: permaculture […]

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