Peringatan Hari Kesaktian Pancasila di KBRI Budapest, 1 oktober 2011

06 Oktober, 2011



The Cultural Delegation from Jakarta will participate on World Cultural Performance at Budapest Cultural Center on Sunday, 8 December 2013 at 18.35. They will perform Indonesian traditional dance and music especially from Betawi/Jakarta.
The Indonesian Ladies′s Association(Darmawanita)KBRI Budapest participate on the Diplomatic Fair, the Budapest Diplomatic Spouse Charity, held on Sunday, 24 November 2013, 10 am - 4 pm at InterContinental Hotel Budapest
The Hopp Ferenc, East and Asian Art Museum exhibit Javanese Wayang Puppets
The Bali Democracy Forum (BDF) initiated by Indonesia in 2008, is an annual, inclusive and open intergovernmental forum on the development of democracy in the Asia Pacific region. The forum is aimed to promote and foster regional and international cooperation in the field of peace and democracy through dialogue-based on sharing experiences and best practices that adhere to the principle of equality, mutual respect and understanding, with the participating countries sharing its ownership.
Join us on a journey to Indonesian cuisine at Corinthia Hotel Budapest that includes gado-gado, sayur asam, ikan bakar jimbaran dan beef rendang, prepared with inimitable flair by hosted Asian chef Mr. Dedy Sutardi directly arrive from Indonesia. The grand opening of the week will be on 11th of November as an Indonesian cultural evening with special delicacies, traditional Indonesian music and dancers, and an ultimate painting and photo exhibition by DoNor-Art who was living in Bali, Indonesia for quite some time.
The world has become more dynamic due to borderless trade and travel, a 24/7 instant news cycle, and inexpensive mass communications and social media. These complex trends bring challenges along with significant opportunities. Rapid transformations among private and public sector agencies have raised concerns about safeguarding the world’s cultural and linguistic diversity in the face of globalisation.
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