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Najib Ahmad Bamadhaj (left) and Hisyammudin Abdullah worked on all 11 art pieces together, a rare occasion in the Malaysian art scene. The Star After a month-long residency in Bali, two young artists take to the canvas with striking results...They
We're on the peak of an active volcano, jumping in the air like extras in a car commercial. Eight women, aged from 25 to 55, have just climbed 1717 metres to the top of Mount Batur, as part of a "new way" in health retreats called Sharing Bali. An
Art And Design News An exhibition of 74 paintings depicting the beauty of Bali and Java is being held at Duta Fine Arts Foundation gallery in South Jakarta until Oct. 25. Magical paintings showing off the beautiful landscape of Mount Bromo in East
Archipelago News In a secret location well away from the bright lights of Ubud, a group of special guests were treated on Monday evening to the grand rehearsal of an event that will be seen by millions of viewers around the world come September.
In conjunction with National Children's Day on July 23, Museum Bali has launched an exhibition of traditional Balinese children's games to run from July 23 to 27. This exhibition is the right moment to re-introduce traditional games to our children,
Indonesia, the country with the largest Muslim population in the world, has gifted an imposing 16 feet statue of Saraswati, the Hindu goddess of education and wisdom, to the American Capital city of Washington DC.
Balinese boys sit under 'Ogoh-ogoh', a paper-mache effigy that symbolizes Balinese Hinduism''s mythical demons and monsters, during a parade to celebrate 'Nyepi', or Bali's Day of Silence. (AP/PTI) A migrant worker''s son tries to put his younger
The woman, famously known as the queen of silver, warmed the day with her cheerful spirit. In her modern-style blue batik blouse and matching orange trousers, she looked incredibly fit and fabulous in her 50s. Her spirit and enthusiasm burned,
Air Force personnel must be professional and work within the limits of the law. They must not be temperamental and should be more persuasive in dealing with journalists and the public, Ida Bagus said at a New Year's gathering in Jakarta on Tuesday.
Overwhelmed by the maelstrom of changes that occur in their lives, they don't talk anymore about themselves, don't abandon themselves to the voice of the heart. This voice has lost its relevance, and this is not without its reasons. The changes