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Monthly Archives: Januari 2014

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Joger

The Joger branded products is one of the unique breakthrough in the corporate world that who has the words into a brand factory words synonymous with Bali Island. With excellent product quality so it is very incomplete if you do not come to Joger when vacation to Bali. Almost every day this place was filled with local and foreign tourists, especially when the holiday season arrives.

At this time, Joger has about 150 employees that ready to serve the visitors and complete with smiles and friendliness. In addition, Joger also employs many people with disabilities so that they are able to work to make ends meet. Joger established on January 19, 1981, which since that time it has the name of the copyright of Joger that expressly limit the purchase of their product, banning the sale and trademarked all Joger products and signed as a commodity that to be traded in outside of Joger outlets .

Mr Joger so familiar call for Joseph Theodorus Wulianadi ,he is the founder of Joger Brand, that the name is a merger two letters between Joseph Theodorus and Wulianadi with 3 letter name that gave him a wedding gift in mount of U.S. 20,000 ,he was Mr. Gerhard Seeger. And finally Joger name is memorable and uniquely coupled with their typical greeting that always in every time.

Beginning with only USD $50, Mr Joger started his business with a series of her own words. However, today many people have to queue at Joger to buy it. This product was the first made by him on T-shirts with the word “shopping or not we still thank you”.

Establishment of firm to always maintain the authenticity of the Joger brand on Bali Island, it was seen from all products that produced by Joger can not be purchased on outside of Bali Island, so if there is anyone wears Joger products that means he had been holiday in Bali.

Because of use quality materials make all the products that produced by Joger is not inferior to foreign goods brand like Billabong or Quick Silver, but the prices is remain affordable for the Indonesian people. Currently the facilities is available in the Joger Store like culinary, art shop, restrooms and good parking area for visitors,

Joger was approximately 11 km from Denpasar Bali so it only about 20 minutes if you traveling alone then you can instantly shopping for many Joger products . Many wonderful impression that you will receive when visiting this island, not just the natural beauty and cultural attractions , but a variety of fruit for your relatives people not less interesting in here.

Taken from http://www.viewbali.com/2013/02/joger-in-bali.html

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Kalimantan Island

Kalimantan Indonesia – Formerly known as Borneo, Kalimantan is the world’s second largest island. The North and northwestern part of the island are the East Malaysian state of Serawak and Sabah, with the newly independent state of Brunei Darusalam between them. The rest of the island is part of Indonesia, divided into four provinces – East Kalimantan, West Kalimantan, Central Kalimantan and South Kalimantan.

Kalimantan is one of the most bio-diverse places on the earth. It has one of the world’s largest tropical rainforests and is home to rare flora and fauna.

History of Kalimantan
According to the Sanskrit inscriptions dating back to 400 A.D., Kalimantan came under the early influence of Indian settlers. But by 15th century, Islamic had great impact on Kalimantan and was rapidly embraced by the different kingdoms in the island.

In the early 1600s, the Dutch began to establish trading agreements in Kalimantan and gained monopoly of the spice trade in Banjarmasin and diamond trade in Sambas. They also made contract with Pontianak in 1778. Gradually, they took control of all of what is now Kalimantan.

Kalimantan was occupied by the Japanese forces during the 2nd World War. After the war, the Dutch failed to regain control of the area. Later on Indonesia achieved its independence and Kalimantan became a province and was later divided into four provinces.

Climate of Kalimantan
Kalimantan has tropical climate and very high rainfall throughout the year. Average rainfall is around 3000 mm per annum. The temperature varies between 29º C and 34º C and the humidity is in the range of 95-98%.

Best Time to Visit Kalimantan
The best time to visit this fascinating island is during the months of September and March, when temperatures are much cooler-in the vicinity of 27°C with pleasant sea breezes.
Tourist Attractions in Kalimantan
Derawan Island: It is a favorite place for marine tourism. There are many rare animals such as the green turtle, the scarlet turtle, star fruit turtle and sea cow. The place is also home to many rare species of marine plants and coral reef. It s also a good place for scuba diving, pearl diving, fishing, swimming and other water sports.

Bontang: Located in the regency of Kutai with 200.000 ha, Bontang has rare flora and fauna. The Kutai National Park near Bontang is worth visiting to see sceneries, especially those at Bears Bash.

Pontianak: It is the capital of West Kalimantan. Some of the favorite tourist spots include Equator Monument, Caldaria palace in Kampong Dalai, the State Museum, the Kapoks and the Landau Bridges and floating market.

Gunning Palung National Park and Nature Reserve: The Gunung [Mount) Palung national park located in the Ketapang regency is home to rare flora and fauna. The Raya Pasi mountain located in the Singkawang regency is also interesting to visit to see the Rafflesia or the Giant Flower. Singkawang is also a nature reserve. The forest of Sanggau is worth a visit where hot springs, lakes and caves can be found.

Palangkaraya: Palangkaraya is the provincial capital of Central Kalimantan and situated in the upstream region of the Kahayan river. Nowadays, the town has become the center of government, trade and education of the province. The Regional Museum of Palangkaraya contains a collection of historical and cultural interest from all over Central Kalimantan. The Nature Reserve of Tangkiling lies 34 km north of Palangkaraya.

Sampit: Sampit town, on the Sampit river and the capital of Sampit regency, is known as the biggest timber port in Kalimantan as well as in Indonesia. One can find many interesting tourism attractions in Sampit. Pandaran Beach is a park on the seaside at the mouth of the Sampit river. It is quite unique. On the north one can see the river emptying into the sea, while to the south is the wide expanse of the Java Sea. The Orchid Park of Pembuangan Hulu is a natural forest in which a number of rare and beautiful orchid varieties grow. Hunters can engage in their favorite pastime at the Serayan river, which borders on the hunting park of Kotawaringin Barat.

Taken from http://www.indonesiapoint.com/tourist-attractions/kalimantan.html

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Summer Program with IPAG Paris

Narotama University in cooperation with IPAG Business School of Paris would like to held Summer Program for June – July 2014 in Paris or Nice. Don’t worry if you can’t speck in French because all classes arein English and there will be a certificate for it. For further info, please contact Tommy (081232325706) or call IRO & NLC office (031) – 5946404 ext .137

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Applications for the 3 ERASMUS MUNDUS PROGRAMMES

Applications for the 3 ERASMUS MUNDUS PROGRAMMES coordinated by the University of Poitiers in France are open:

Students in Media for Education, Applied Ecology or Clay Science can apply for grants to come and study in excellent international programmes with stays in multiple European universities, including Poitiers,

See the respective links for more details:
EUROMIME (Engineering Media for Education): http://www.euromime.org/en/application/students

IMAE (International Master in Applied Ecology): http://www.emmc-imae.org/

IMACS (International Master in Advanced Clay Science): http://www.master-imacs.org/geomateriaux-how-to-apply/call.php

Deadlines: January 2014 (see links for details).