Showing posts from October, 2015

Saprahan, Eating Tradition In Sambas

It's been a long time ago, Indonesia is known as a nation with a rich tradition. Consists of five major islands with various tribes and religions who live in it becoming one of the reasons that accompanies it. There is a tradition of the wedding ceremony, seven monthly tradition, the tradition of eating together, and other traditions are held intact by the local community. One who has these particularities are Sambas District, West Kalimantan. District where my Work Field Experience (KKN) Kebangsaan located as a teacher. Saprahan: Eating Tradition In Sambas, West Kalimantan Saprahan is tradition that be queath and this event is celebrated for giving thanks to Allah SWT. The meaning of Saprahan comes from word “sap” means in arrow. This event is usually done by Malaynese in West Kalimantan,like in Sambas, Mempawah, and Pontianak City in wedding party and celebrating something. People serve Saprahan by spreading out the white fabric on the floor and people use some tr

International Interstate Bus Terminal Sungai Ambawang

International Interstate Bus Terminal also called Terminal Antar Lintas Batas Negara (ALBN) located in Kecamatan Sungai Ambawang, Kabupaten Kubu Raya, Kalimantan Barat, Indonesia in addition to serving bus interstate, Pontianak-Kuching airport bus also majors Sintang, Sanggau, Sekadau, Kapuas Hulu, Melawi, and Ketapang. Meanwhile, the bus terminal in Batulayang will be used for bus destination North Coast area. International Interstate Bus Terminal Sungai Ambawang The terminal has a terminal for transit town hall or village and the arrival and departure hall. There is also a building for buses Inter- City Inter-Province (AKAP), Inter-City in the Province (AKDP), along with the arrival and departure hall. The terminal also has room for the shuttle, arrivals and departures for passengers. Passengers can also take advantage of Musala, clinics, workshops, toilets, water tower, fish ponds, and lockers. More beautiful wall murals await when you alight In addition the

Acehnese March To Save Elephants and Rhinos

A volunteer wearing an elephant and rhino mask On 4 October, over 2015 cities joined a global march to protect elephants and rhinos referred to as the Global March for Elephants and Rhinos (GMFER). This widely participated global march coincided with the World Animal Day. Acehnese March To Save Elephants and Rhinos In Banda Aceh, more than 100 people trekked a 3 kilometres route passing the downtown traffic and hooting cars in response to signs held by marchers that read “No Forest, No Future! Save Leuser Ecosystem, Aceh”. This global initiative started in Kenya on January 2013 in response to eleven elephants killed and hacked off their tusks, the latest large slaughter of the animals to be reported amid insatiable global demand for ivory in Tsavo Conservancy Centre, in the southeastern part of Kenya, according to a CNN report. The series of open campaign is intended to promote awareness of the importance of conservation, especially in rescue efforts Sumatran