Jun 29, 2009
From Monday, June 29, 2009, until Friday, July 3, 2009, Indonesia Week, the third installment to this year's Multicultural Weeks, will be held.
Every year at APU where students from 87 countries and regions come together, we hold Multicultural Weeks to introduce and throw the spotlight on the culture and languages of these countries and regions. During the week there will be plenty of Indonesian gourmet cooking available at the Cafeteria, Indonesian folk costumes and games, and a display of handicrafts.
Traditional dance and folk music performances are also planed for "Indonesia Night" to be held at the WAVE outdoor stage. There will also be Indonesian film showings. A range of performances showing Indonesian regional traditional music and dance at the Grand Performance are planned for Friday, July 3 and will follow the story of Indonesian female students traveling around Indonesia experiencing the local culture.
There are currently 183 Indonesian students studying at APU (as of May 1, 2009). Furthermore, the Language Center has been set up and is engaging in the teaching of Indonesian as one of the languages of the Asia Pacific region (AP Language).
Schedule for Indonesian Week
Monday, June 29 – Friday, July 3
Indonesian Corner "Waroeng" @ Cafeteria display area
Mon, Tues, Thu 10:30-17:40
Wed, Fri 10:30 – 14:00
Traditional handicrafts, Folk costumes display, free Indonesian sweets tasting
Indonesian Movie Screening
Monday, June 29, 18:00-21:00: Title "Laskar Pelangi" @ F105
Thursday, July 2, 18:00-21:00: Title "Berbagi Suami" @ F105
Tuesday, June 30, 19:30-20:30 @ WAVE
Bali Traditional Dancing and Indonesian Folk music performances etc
Friday, July 3, 18:30-20:30 Millennium Hall
The participating countries for the Spring 2009 Multicultural Weeks are as follows:
Monday, June 15 - Friday, June 19:Vietnamese Week (finished)
Monday, June 22 - Friday, June 26:Chinese Week (finished)
Monday, June 29 - Friday, July 3:Indonesian Week
Monday, July 6 - Friday, July 10:Thai Week
Monday, July 13 - Friday, July 17:Korean Week
*Multicultural Week is sponsored by the Nakajima Foundation