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Climate Change Threatens the Javanese Way of Life

by Blaine Williams

In the face of climate change and rising sea levels, atolls––rings of islands formed by coral reefs––are some of the most vulnerable human-inhabited regions. 504 more words

Sea Levels

3 Ways to Get a Cheap Massage in Singapore For Not More Than $60

(Source: blog.moneysmart.sg)

When life gets too stressful, as it does 99% of the time in Singapore, some turn to alcohol, and others turn to spas. 564 more words

Money Matters

Balinese grilled fish, sambal sauce and sweet basil

Let’s face it, I have scribbled down recipes on way too many backs of receipts, iPhone notes, slash any other available surface – not to mention the amount of ripped recipe pages I have lying around the house, stolen from food magazines – so I love the idea of having a food blog. 525 more words


Part of Sentence

In Javanese language, a simple but complete sentence consists of S + P + O.  S represents subject or “jejer” in Javanese.  P represents predicate or “waséså”.  203 more words


From monggo to mangga

The Javanese word for please is monggo. In Sundanese people say mangga. In both Indonesian and Javanese mangga means mango. So to say mango in Sundanese people say… 1,078 more words

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