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Indonesian Independence Celebration in Wisma Bahasa

To commemorate 74th years of Indonesian Independence Day, Wisma Bahasa held various competitions, such as Balloon Run, Marble Relay Race, Pencil in the Bottle Contest, and makan kerupuk (Crackers Eating) Competition in Wisma Bahasa building I on August 15, 2019. The participants including students, teachers, and staff in Wisma Bahasa were excited to take part […]

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Wisma Bahasa is 37 years old!

Wisma Bahasa organizes lunch party once a month to welcome new students, and to celebrate the birthday of the students, teachers, and staff. There was something special in the feast on July 24, 2019. In addition, to celebrate the birthdays for those who were born in July, Wisma Bahasa also prepared tumpeng to celebrate its […]

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Congratulation to Mr. Owen Jenkins

Congratulations to Mr. Owen Jenkins to be anointed as the British Ambassador to Indonesia and Timor-Leste. He has started working as the British Ambassador to Indonesia and Timor-Leste in July 2019. Before his appointment as the Ambassador, Mr. Jenkins was the British Prime Minister’s Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan. He was responsible for engaging […]

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H.E. Pradeep Kumar Rawat’s Visit at Wisma Bahasa

On June 21 to 23, 2019, His Excellency Pradeep Kumar Rawat, the Ambassador of India to Indonesia visited Yogyakarta for attending the 70th anniversary of Indonesia and India diplomatic relations celebration. The day before the celebration, on June 21, 2019, H.E. Pradeep Kumar Rawat visited Wisma Bahasa to discuss the Embassy of India’s plan to […]

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Discussion Class by Dr. Kailani

Last week, Wisma Bahasa hosted special guest lecturer Najib Kailani. Dr. Kailani is a lecturer at UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta (Sunan Kalijaga State Islamic University Yogyakarta) and was invited to conduct a special discussion class entitled Islam, Politik, dan Wacana Kebangsaan (Islam, Politics, and National Discourse). He is an expert in Islamic Anthropology and was invited to […]

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Rambut untuk Harapan

Nama saya Kyan, umur saya tiga belas tahun. Saya sudah tinggal di Bali, Indonesia selama dua belas tahun. Sekarang saya belajar di sekolah yang bernama, Green School. Sebagai bentuk ungkapan terima kasih kepada Bali karena sudah memberikan kebahagiaan dan kebaikan bagi keluarga saya selama ini, hati saya tergerak untuk membantu anak-anak penderita kanker di Bali […]

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Field Trip to Kulon Progo

It is no doubt that Kulon Progo has abundant natural tourist attractions that are worth visiting. Recently, Wisma Bahasa got a special opportunity to enjoy some of them as we were invited to join the ‘Fam Tour’ program. This program was organized by Department of Tourism of Kulon Progo Regency and specifically aimed to promote […]

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Masih ada Samurai di Jepang ?

Jika Anda berpikir bahwa masih ada Samurai di Jepang, itu salah. Saya terkejut karena tidak sedikit orang asing masih memiliki kesalahpahaman yaitu masih ada samurai di Jepang. Pada saat ini, tidak ada samurai di Jepang, tetapi budaya mereka masih disampaikan turun temurun kepada setiap generasi di masyarakat Jepang. Samurai adalah kaum militer tradisional di Jepang […]

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COMMEMORATING PAK HENGKY

Wisma Bahasa held a gathering to reminisce our late friend and teacher, Hendrikus Saka (Pak Hengky). This gathering was attended by teachers, staff, and students especially those who had him as their teacher. In addition to this, this event was also specially  attended by Pak Hengky’s family members: Bu Ning (wife), Rico (1st child), Tia […]

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Dr. Ben Murtagh’s Visit at Wisma Bahasa

Dr. Ben Murtagh, the Head of the School of Languages, Cultures, and Linguistics, SOAS University of London visited Wisma Bahasa last February. Wisma Bahasa and SOAS discussed about the cooperation plan in organizing training programs for Indonesian and local languages, such as modern Javanese, ancient Javanese, and Sundanese. School of Languages, Cultures, and Linguistics, SOAS […]

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