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    Cultural Dance Review

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    The University of Illinois is one of the most culturally diverse schools in the nation. This diversity leads to many celebrations of the different nationalities represented in our school. I went to one such celebrations on April 1st, 2016 where the Indonesian Students Club hosted an Indonesian cultural night. This event, held once a year, took place at UIUC’s Lincoln Hall and was attended by many students, town people and even the Acting Consulate General of Indonesia in Chicago. Many of the performers were of Indonesian decent and they performed traditional Balinese dances accompanied by traditional music. There were also traditional instrument performances during the show. This show had a lot of different components to it that pertained to…

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    Swot Analysis Of Indonesia

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    Population Demographics Indonesia is a series of volcanic islands situated between the Indian and Pacific oceans, with a population of 253 million people it is the largest country in Southeast Asia. Their most prominent religion is Islam, with 87% of its population practicing Muslims they are the most populous Muslim-majority country in the world (Dolven). Indonesia has great strength in international trade because the country has access to main sea lines. This accounts for the wide variety…

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    Introduction The newly launched Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by the United Nations Member States put much emphasis on universal health coverage at all levels of health care delivery (1). However, ensuring that health services are accessible to the geographically hard to reach groups remain a critical challenge for most countries. Health services in most UN member states have to contend with extensively large geographical distances, impassable roads as well as completely isolated islands…

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    Suriname Research Paper

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    What are the major ethnic groups in Suriname? The largest ethnic group in Suriname is Hindustani, which is an immigrant from India who migrated north in the 19th century. The number of Hindustani as much as 37% of the population, the second largest ethnic group in the country namely Creole community (31%), then Java (15%), Maroon (10%), and Amerindian (2%). What is the official language of Suriname? The official language of Suriname is the Netherlands, Suriname is the only country in the area…

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    Japan is a nation, which consists of four islands and four thousand small islands situated in the Pacific Ocean. The four major islands are Kyushu, Shikoku, Honshu and Hokkaido. Japan’s population surpasses one hundred and twenty seven million, which makes it one of the largest populations in the world. The capital city, Tokyo constitutes a population of thirty million making it the biggest urban area in the world. Japan has the third largest economy in the world and the third lowest mortality…

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    Minkabau Wedding Analysis

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    Baralek Gadang - Traditional Wedding Procession of Minangkabau Indonesia is acknowledged for its cultural and ethnic diversity. This diversity became one of Indonesia's attractiveness in the eyes of the world. One part of Indonesian culture is the traditional wedding party. All elements of the wedding procession started from the customary fashion, wedding decorations, to the procedures for meaningful tradition, offers its own uniqueness. As one of the tribes with the largest population in…

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    The myth that I chose, researched, and presented was The Ceram Creation Myth. This myth originated from the Molucca Islands in Eastern Indonesia. It expresses the belief of fertility, or life from death. The Ceram Creation Myth is very unique and can be seen as different from other myths. After studying it, I have noticed that this myth has a divergent storyline than most. As written by Karen Armstrong, “...mythology is an art form that points beyond history…”(“What is a Myth?”, page 7) Thus,…

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    Swot Analysis of Indonesia as a Destination for FDI: Strengths: • Geographically speaking, Indonesia lies in the strategic location through which the world trade transits, i.e. near straits of Malacca that link Indonesian ocean littoral to the South China Sea and the larger Pacific Ocean. If developed, can become a major transit hub in the world. • Country is rich in natural resources like coal, minerals like tin, gold, copper, nickel and bauxite, oil & gas and fertile land to support…

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    Indonesia is a biggest archipelago country in the world which has more than 17.000 islands . It is a place for distinct tribe and linguistic groups, a gigantic range of flora and fauna and wonderful natural landscapes. Indonesia also is a country of fourth longest beach line in the world , Indonesia perhaps has so many reasons for you to visit, but presented here are three of many reasons why you have to make a plan in your life to visit Indonesia. One of the best ways to enjoy our vacation is…

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    Did you know that 95% of the Incan population died after first contact with the Spanish? Or that while America successfully sent men to land on the moon, Papua New Guinea was still forced to use stone tools? The world is unequal and the seeds were planted in geographical resources. These uneven geographical resources doomed some cultures to failure, but some to stardom. For example, Papua New Guinea was too wet to grow efficient crops crops, had no domesticable animals and because of that were…

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