SKACI | 04/03/2015 04:55:51 WIB

ASEAN Cyberkids Camp (ACC) 2016

ASEAN Cyberkids Camp (ACC) 2016 is organized to help primary-school-aged kids use computers, information, and multimedia technology in creating something fun and beneficial. The program adopts the 21st Century Learning objectives by developing computer animations, interactive stories, or applications. Specifically, this event is expected to enhance the students' skills in adaptability, self-direction, awareness of cross-cultural issues, critical thinking, problem solving, working in a team, and ability to use ICT creatively. The program will be attended by the ASEAN member states and held in Bandung, Indonesia. Each ASEAN member state will be represented by 1 (one) team and 1 (one) adult tutor. A team consists of 2 (two) students in primary school stage (grade 4-5) and will be assisted and accompanied by their tutor and/or committee's liaison officer (LO) during the program. The tutors will also act as judges. The program consists of two phases: Preparation and Creativity Competition. All participants are requested to confirm their participation by filling out an online registration form at The registration period is from 29 July 2016 to 31 july 2016.
SKACI | 04/09/2014 12:48:53 WIB

Indonesian Food

Indonesian traditional meals usually consists of nasi (steamed rice) as staple, surrounded by sayur-mayur (vegetables and soup) and lauk-pauk (meat or fish side dishes). In a typical family meal, the family members gather around the table filled with steamed rice and several other dishes. Each dish is placed in piring saji or a separate communal large plate or in bowls. Each of these dishes has its own sendok saji or serving spoons, used only to take parts of the dishes from the communal plate into one's own personal plate. Each of the family members has their own piring or personal plate that is first filled with steamed rice. Usually the eldest family member or the husband has the right to initiate the meal, followed by the rest of the family to help themselves with the dishes. Each of them take some portion of dishes from the communal plates into their own individual plates. On their personal plate, the steamed rice will soon be surrounded by two, three or more dishes; sayur (vegetables) and lauk (fish or meat), and maybe some fried dishes, sambal and krupuk. In Indonesian customs — unlike in Japanese counterpart — it is quite acceptable to be seen to mix the different flavoured dishes in a single personal plate during consumption. A practice commonly found in nasi campur, nasi Padang, or during prasmanan buffet. The soupy dish however, might be served in a separate small personal bowl. Today in contemporary Indonesian restaurants, the set menu is often offered. This has led to the personal serving practice, in similar fashion to those of Japanese cuisine, with a personal plate on a tray, a rattan or bamboo container each with a separate small portion of dishes surrounding the rice. This can be found in the presentation of nasi Bali. ndonesian meals are commonly eaten with the combination of a spoon in the right hand and fork in the left hand (to push the food onto the spoon). Unlike European dining custom, knife however, is absent from dining table, thus most of the ingredients such as vegetables and meat are already cut into bite-size pieces prior of cooking. Although, in many parts of the country, such as West Java and West Sumatra, it is also common to eat with one's bare hands. In restaurants or households that commonly use bare hands to eat, like in seafood foodstalls, traditional Sundanese and Minangkabau restaurants, or East Javanese pecel lele (fried catfish with sambal) and ayam goreng (fried chicken) food stalls, they usually serve kobokan, a bowl of tap water with a slice of lime in it to give a fresh scent. This bowl of water should not be consumed, rather it is used to wash one's hand before and after eating. Eating with chopsticks is generally only found in food stalls or restaurants serving Indonesian adaptations of Chinese cuisine, such as bakmie or mie ayam (chicken noodle) with pangsit (wonton), mie goreng (fried noodles), and kwetiau goreng (fried flat rice noodles).
SKACI | 04/09/2014 11:44:22 WIB

Tangkuban Parahu Mountain

+Addr : Gn. Tangkuban Parahu Sukajaya,Lembang, Kabupaten Bandung Barat, Indonesia Tangkuban Perahu is a dormant volcano (2,200 m) located 30 km north of the city of Bandung, the provincial capital of West Java, Indonesia. It is a popular tourist attraction where tourists can hike or ride to the edge of the crater to view the hot water springs and boiling mud up close, and buy eggs cooked on the hot surface.

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