Indonesian stand opens at the Budapest International Fair

04 Oktober, 2012

The Indonesian Trade Promotion Center and the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia participates in the Hungexpo 2012, from 3-7. October 2012. With their partners they are promoting Indonesian products and arts (with daily dance shows).

 H.E. Maruli  opened the Indonesian Stand of the fair on the 3rd of October, 2012 with three encouraging strikes of the gong which has brought the attention of the visitors of the annual Budapest International Fair.  The opening ceremony continued with the the performance of the traditional Balinese welcoming dance, the Panyembrama - danced by Irda Risdiarti and Veronika Kiss. The second dance of the morning was Kuala Deli Mak Inang, a Melayu dance from Northern Sumatra, danced by Sebastian Purwanto and Nikolett Agonács.

H.E. Maruli Tua Sagala opening the fair

 

the Panyembrama dance of Bali

the Kuala Deli Mak Inang Melayu dance

H.E. Maruli Tua Sagala, the Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia with Rusmin Amin, the head of the Indonesian Trade Promotion Center and the performers

 

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