Posts Tagged ‘indonesia’

Cosco Indonesia Meets Point Bonita Lighthouse

Tuesday, September 22nd, 2015

If you liked the Cosco Busan, you’ll love the Cosco Indo – it’s lots bigger:

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Hey, did you know that our U.S. Coast Guard is a branch of the U.S. military? Hey, you know who knew that at the time of the Cosco Busan Petroleum Spill? The crew of the Cosco Busan, hence the lack cooperation after one of our well-paid* bar pilots screwed up, big-time.

*Hey, who pays our bar pilots? You do. You do when you buy an iPhone, and other tings…

“Hmmm…Nasi Gudeg!” It’s Indonesia Day at Union Square Today from 10AM to 5:00 PM – Plenty of Food to Try!

Saturday, July 23rd, 2011

Hmmm…Nasi Gudeg! 

I don’t know what that means, but it’s what you’ll be saying after you visit the Indonesia Day 2011 celebration in Union Square today, July 23, 2011, from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

Check it.

Actually, I didn’t understand any of this, so sheltered I am, so ignorant I am about the fourth most-populated country in the world:

Oh, here we go, subtitles!

See you there!

Civic Center Gets All Steamed Up for “Bali: Art Ritual Performance” at Our Asian Art Museum

Wednesday, March 9th, 2011


How are you supposed to drive through this stuff?

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Anyway, read the sign on our Asian Art Museum – it says BALI, baby.

All the deets.

See you there!

“Bali, Art, Ritual, Performance” is Now Open at Our Asian Art Museum – Runs ‘Til November 2011 – Hello Bali!

Friday, February 25th, 2011

Bali, Art, Ritual, Performance is here at our Asian Art Museum.

SF Museum Examiner Nancy Ewart considers this exhibit:

“…an intelligent, gorgeous and vibrant show of a richly textured, religious and seductive culture.”

And Jesse Hamlin says:

“The galleries are filled with wondrous objects that seduce the eye and trigger the imagination.”

Here’s a sneak peek at todays sked, and you can get info on other events for 2011 after the jump.

Opening Celebration Friday, February 25, 2011, 10:00 am–10:15 am, Purification Dance; 12:00 noon–2:00 pm: Gamelan Music FREE with museum admission. Watch Bay Area dance troupe Gadung Kasturi open special exhibition Bali with nyapuh jagat (“sweeping the world”), the ritual cleansing dance of the self and the environment necessary before an important Balinese event. Later, hear the shimmering sounds of Bay Area ensemble Gamelan Gender Wayang.

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O.K. then. See you there!


17th Annual Indonesian Day Celebration a Huge Success in Union Square

Monday, August 2nd, 2010

Here’s what the 17th Annual Indonesian Day Celebration looked like in Sam Francisco over the weekend.

And best of all, you could get an authentic-looking lunch for just south of ten bucks:

No corn dogs, here, right?

See you next year!

August 17th is observed as a sacred day of the year by the Indonesian. This year, in conjunction of Indonesia’s 65th Independence Anniversary, the Indonesian community in San Francisco and the greater Bay Area is holding its 17th annual Indonesia Day Celebration on July 31st, 2010  in Union Square, the busiest, most popular, and most visited place by tourists and the local people, in San Francisco from 11AM to 04:00PM.

Our goal in conducting this event is to promote Indonesia as a whole to the American people by sharing our culture, history, food, traditional dances, contemporary music, languages, diversity, heritage and tourism. We, the Indonesian people in Northern California, cherish and are proud to undertake year after year with great honor, pleasure and compassion.

In collaboration with the Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia in San Francisco, we have been successfully conducting this event every year for the past 12 years. This event has generated a positive perception of the American public about Indonesia. To continue this effort, we have developed and will continue to build a mutual corporation with the local businesses, business counterparts in Indonesia, and the local government, such as with the Mayor Office of San Francisco.

For the city of San Francisco, this annual event reflects the great diversity of San Francisco and helps the local people and tourists learn more about the rich history of Indonesia and the unique entertainment that the City of San Francisco has to offer. This event has been and will continue to contribute to the economical growth of San Francisco, and we are proud to be a part of it.”