Bali For Kids

Art Geed Art is an art space and café set up by Balinese artist, Geed, in 2018. “Our focus is to build a worldwide connection with like-minded people from all around the world and show that ART can unite everyone. Through our workshops and events, we would like to give attention to the importance of […]

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The Frugal Balinist

* Custom order! To a certain extent you are able to special order signature Indonesian dishes even at lowly rolling food vendors (kaki lima) and warung (food stalls). If you don’t see MSG (ajinomoto or micin) in a container in the warung’s cooking area, it means that it has already been added to the broth […]

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Dressing your table

We popped over to our neighbour the other day for an evening of wine, pizza and Bananagram. Food, drinks, friends, chit-chat…a spicy blend of ingredients. Tucking into a take-away from Pizza Bagus, I mused on how satisfactory it is to eat straight out of the delivery box, how that small act somehow amplifies the pleasure […]

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Extracurricular Activities at Dyatmika

At Dyatmika we aim to offer students a broad education, both inside and outside of the classroom. We are committed to providing a wide variety of opportunities, allowing our students to broaden their horizons, find their passion and extend their capabilities. The Extracurricular Programme at the school has been designed to complement and enhance the […]

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Listening and Learning

The Rotary Club of Bali Lovina has been continuing its activities in the field, but in this report I would like to tell our readers about some of the interesting and inspiring guest speakers that have recently visited our club. These visitors have shared their stories of how they are working to help the less […]

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Local News

Policy loopholes turn Indonesia into dumping site: Environmentalists Environmentalists have called on the Trade Ministry to  immediately revise its 2016 regulation on waste imports, saying it contains several loopholes that have turned Indonesia into a dump site for developed countries. The activists argued that even though developed nations, excluding the United States, had recently agreed […]

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Schedule That

Tumpek Landep – Saturday 25 May If you see a lot of cars and motorcycles festooned with offerings and decorations attached to mirrors, wipers, front grille or handlebars you will know it’s Tumpek Landep day, a Balinese festival that pays homage to items made of metal including cars, motorcycles, computers and even refrigerators. It used […]

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Canggu News

Furthering the Future of Stella’s Children In their first fundraiser for 2019, progressive, youth centred charity, Stella’s Child not only celebrate the people who have helped them become who they are, but also welcome those who may be set to shape their future! Providing motivational mentoring programs that encourage sponsored youth to grow their core […]

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Peranakan Cuisine Brings to Life the Region’s History

Taking center stage at this year’s Ubud Food Festival, Peranakan fare is an amalgamation of Chinese, Malay and Indonesian cuisines. Also referred to as nyonya cooking, an old Malay term of respect for women, Peranakan flavors were spotlighted at the festival during two workshops hosted by Debbie Teoh, a chef, author and a loyal supporter […]

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