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Inevitable Bali: Homecoming Drink – 6 January

Hosted by Future City Summit and Rumah Sanur – Creative Hub, “Public Private Partnership by Youth” is coming back to Bali for a partnership development program created together with Harvard Graduate School of Design, Good City Foundation, Tourism Department of Bali and Sun Sang Eco Village. 13 Master students and a lecturer from Harvard Graduate School of Design from Asia and America will be joining the program with Udayana University students to co-create Blueprint of Expansion in the Sun Sang Eco Village. The venue for Home-coming Drink is at Two Fat Monks Asian Bistro & Coffee.

When      : Monday 6 January from 6 to 8 PM

Where     : Two Fat Monks Asian Bistro & Coffee, Jl Letda Tantular No.7, Denpasar

Human Capital Workshop in Bali Workshop – 10 January

The Mansion Resort Hotel & Spa in Ubud and BGreener are organizing a workshop to help you deal with challenges when it comes to leading your team and to learn best practices from experts in human capital. This workshop will cover the whole Spectrum of Strategic Human Capital Management, Recruitment and Talent Acquisition, Boarding and Performance Goal Setting, Employee Engagement, Learning and Development, Remuneration and Benefits Management. The community meetings are also a unique opportunity to connect with the other members, share stories and experiences and network with your peers in the tourism industry. BGreener counsels tourism businesses in solving social and environmental management challenges in their communities and teach how to find practical and viable solutions to daily problems to do with waste, energy, food-sourcing, staff training, and customer relationships.

When         : Friday 10 January from 9 AM to 2 PM

Where       : The Mansion Resort Hotel & Spa,

                      Jl Penestanan Sayan Ubud

More info : www.bookgreener.com

Cost           : IDR 350,000 IDR for members incl. vegetarian lunch. 500,000 IDR for non members.

Documentary Screening: Chasing Ice – 2 January

‘National Geographic’ photographer James Balog was once a skeptic about climate change. But through his Extreme Ice Survey, he discovers undeniable evidence of our changing planet. In ‘Chasing Ice,’ we follow Balog across the Arctic as he deploys revolutionary time-lapse cameras designed to capture a multi-year record of the world’s changing glaciers. Balog’s hauntingly beautiful videos compress years into seconds and capture ancient mountains of ice in motion as they disappear at a breathtaking rate. This 2012 documentary depicts a heroic photojournalist on a mission to gather evidence and deliver hope to our carbon-powered planet

When      : Thursday 2 January at 5 PM – 6:30 PM

Where     : Paradiso, Jl Gautama Selatan Ubud

Charity Dinner by Four Leading Chefs – 11 January

W Bali Seminyak is the venue for a historic collaboration between W Bali Seminyak, Scholars of Sustenance International (SOS), and Bali Celebrity Chef Chris Salans. This 4-course charity dinner with carefully selected paired wines will showcase the talents of four exceptional chefs while, at the same time, significantly contribute to relieving hunger in remote areas of Bali. Scholars of Sustenance is a food rescue foundation that collects surplus food from around Bali from hotels, such as W Bali, suppliers, bakeries and other commercial outlets that are then sent to feed fourteen orphanages, four foundations and five villages in remote and largely impoverished areas of Bali. Bali Celebrity Master Chef Chris Salans is joined by Michelin Star Restaurant Chef Jacques Pourcel, Dutch Master Chef Alain Caron and Chef Beryl Adler – W Bali’s Director of Culinary – all joining forces in a not-to-be-missed culinary event. This superb culinary team will prepare a four-course dinner that will raise money for the SOS Ban Basics Program. Proceeds from the event will go towards generating relief for those unable to provide for themselves, ranging from food availability to basic nutritional needs. Accordingly, the chefs participating in this special evening have committed to making the dinner a “Zero-Waste event” where no food is wasted in the final preparation. Seating is strictly limited and advance bookings are essential.

When           : Saturday 11 January with pre-dinner cocktails at 6:00 pm

Where         : The Great Room of W Bali – Seminyak

Tickets        : IDR 1,750,000/pp incl pre-dinner drinks, canapés, dinner w/ paired wines, entertainment, and the chance to win attractive door prizes.

More info : +62-(0)812 2873 31281 or  +62 (0) 821 4561 1119 or

Book online : www.loket.com/event/cooking-for-a-cause_SjD

Classical Music concert by JCO – 17 & 18 January

The much beloved and popular Jakarta Concert Orchestra (JCO) will be performing a classical concert on 2 consecutive days at the Padma Resort Legian and the Padma Resort Ubud with a musical program including the works of Edward Elgar, a young Indonesian composer Arya Pugala Kitt; John Ritchie’s Concertino for Clarinet and String Orchestra featuring the Indonesian clarinetist Nino Aria Wijaya; Astor Piazzolla’s Four Seasons of Buenos Aires featuring Bernadette Wijnhammer on the viola; Peter Tchaikovsky’s Serenade for String Orchestra (Opus 48); and Edward Elgar’s Serenade for Strings in E minor (Opus 20). The orchestra’s conductor is Avip Priatna who is also a conductor of choral music leading the Batavia Madrigal Singers and The Resonanz Children’s Choir. Both Bali concerts are expected to be sellouts and early ticket purchase is highly recommended.

When/Where : Friday 17 January at Padma Resort Legian at 6pm. Saturday 18 January at Padma Resort Ubud at 6pm

Tickets              : IDR 500,000/pp including pre-concert refreshment at 5pm

Booking            : Padma Resort Legian +62-(0)812 3707 4172

                             : Padma Resort Ubud +62-(0)817 973 0043

By Ines Wynn

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