Edu is talking about coffee

While enjoying a glass of coffee in the afternoon, or what we usually call in Indonesia by the term : “ngopi”, i will discuss some unique facts, and a little about the history and culture of coffee in Indonesia. The Netherlands was the first to bring in Arabica-type coffee from Malabar-India to Indonesia in 1696, it was the Mayor of […]

Javanese Traditional Herbal Medicine as an Antidote to Corona Covid-19 Virus.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has stated that Corona Virus COVID-19 is a global pandemic. This virus has spread to 153 countries in the world, and until now (April 8, 2020) has killed nearly 7,429 people globally. While the number of positive cases of Corona COVID-19 virus infection globally reached 169,610 and as many as 77,775 patients have been successfully […]

Golok (machete), Function and Social Status

Each region in Indonesia has its own characteristics in the variety of weapons, especially regarding sharp weapons. For example, the city of Jakarta, known as the Betawi’s community, for Betawi people the traditional weapon called “Golok” (Machete) is part of a civilization. Golok or better known as “Bilah” in Betawi society have a long history inherent in Betawi social life. […]

WARTEG Style Diplomacy.

Warteg (Warung Tegal) has become an easy alternative to find for those of you who are hungry and want to eat a large portion, you don’t need to pay a high price to fill your stomach, this is a condition that is inversely different if you buy food at the mall, or fancy restaurants that are very expensive. WARTEG has […]