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Letters Of A Javanese Princess DOC

Translated from the original Dutch by Agnes Louise Symmers and originally published by Alfred A. Knopf, this collection of letters was written by the daughter of a Letters of a javanese princess by raden adjeng kartini translated from the original dutch by agnes louise symmers with a foreword by louis couperus london: duckworth The Imperial Family. 374 more words

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Renang

“Pak, ayo renang.”

Diman nyawang bojone. Isuk, lagi enak-enak ngopi bojone moro ngajak renang.

“Renang opo, wong mesti mendelep ngunu.”

“Makane ajarono.”

“Arek cilik diajari, lha lek wis sak podo awakmu yo angel.” 643 more words

Tomin

Doing Java

I am currently reading a book by Niels Mulder called Doing Java. It was an anthropology book about his research on Javanese people and the aliran and how it became the framework of the community and other social groups being made at that time, which was around 1970s. 737 more words

Indonesia

Ngoelandara (Classical Javanese Novel)

This is special for those who speak boso Jowo, a local language used by people in Central Java, Indonesia. It is so sad to admit that most teenagers in Java island have forgotten the language since they do not use it anymore. 433 more words

Turu

Jam enem isuk, omahe Wiji sing biasane wis rame isuk iki anteng. Wiji sing biasa tangi subuh, isuk iki ora krungu suwarane blas. Bojone, Diman, kaet nglilir. 812 more words

Tomin

Yogya and beyond

In Jakarta I woke up very early to catch my train to Yogyakarta. I was waiting for an ojek, a motorcycle taxi, to bring me to the train station. 938 more words

Indonesia

British Library: Javanese Manuscripts from Yogyakarta Digitisation Project launched by Sri Sultan Hamengku Buwono X

British Library: Javanese Manuscripts from Yogyakarta Digitisation Project launched by Sri Sultan Hamengku Buwono X. “On 20 March 2018 Sri Sultan Hamengku Buwono X, Governor of the Special Region of Yogyakarta, visited the British Library to launch the Javanese Manuscripts from Yogyakarta Digitisation Project. 44 more words

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