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Window to Indonesia Day

A half-day event filled with a variety of fun opportunities to learn more about Indonesia

Friday, October 22, 2021

11:00 PM - 07:00 AM


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This half-day event will hold a variety of fun opportunities to learn more about Indonesia.

Indonesia is a country rich in culture, history, and tradition, but awareness of Indonesian culture is not as widespread as other countries such as China or Japan.

Through a series of short sessions we would like to introduce you to a few aspects of Indonesia. Come to one, two, or all!

To join the event, click on the zoom meeting link below

Event Schedule

Here's what you can expect on the day.

10am – 10:30am: Physical Fitness (Senam Kesegaran Jasmani)

We will start the day with a morning exercise routine that is part of the Indonesian national culture.

In 1984, Senam Kesegaran Jasmani was made compulsory by the government to be taught to everyone. This activity is done en masse in a public venue and is accompanied by a catchy tune. It is taught in Indonesian schools and are practiced in offices during a certain day of the week, usually on a Friday morning.

10:30am – 11:15am: Indonesian Language 101

Selamat pagi! Apa kabar?

Have you ever wanted to know what the Indonesian language sounds like? In this session we’ll be going through basic phrases that you can use in everyday situation and even practice when you meet the members of SPICE!

Terima kasih!

11:30am – 12:30pm: Live Cooking Class - Nasi Goreng

We will take you through a live demonstration of cooking an Indonesian style fried rice. Come cook along with us and learn about some of the spices that are used in Indonesian cooking. As part of this session, we will also be doing a fundraising to help Yayasan Cinta Baca (Love to Read Foundation) by putting together cooking kits and delivering them to your door.

You can download the Nasi Goreng Recipe

Nasi Goreng Recipe

12:30pm-1:30pm: Lunch and Mission Talk with Indonesian Missionaries

After cooking some scrumptious Nasi Goreng, we will enjoy it together as we chat with our Indonesian missionaries and learn why they have chosen Indonesia as their mission field. Of course, you’re welcomed to bring your own lunch!

1:30pm – 2:00pm: Break

We will have a break but will be displaying a slideshow of Indonesian destinations to show the richness and diversity of our nation. There will be a few of SPICE members that will be available for a chat and that will be happy to answer any of your questions!

14:00 – 14:30: Sustainable Products and Empowering Local Artists with

SPICE’s very own Ira Puspita has launched her business of upcycling wood wastes and improving the social welfare of artisans in rural Indonesian villages. We will hear from Ira as she shares with us her journey to set up this business, her vision, and her mission.

2:30pm – 3:00pm: Indonesian Music: Introduction to Gamelan

Indonesian music is very rich with each ethnic groups having their own form of music and songs. One of the most popular form of music from Indonesia is the Gamelan. One of our SPICE members, Lyndle, has had the privilege of playing with a Gamelan group in Indonesia and she will be sharing with us her experience with Gamelan.

3:00pm – 4:00pm: Window to Indo Quiz

To close off the event, we will be conducting a quiz on all the things that we’ve learnt so far during this event. We will have prizes in the form of bags of handpicked Indonesian snacks delivered to your door. To get an advantage on this quiz, it is advisable to participate in all the sessions!


Kian Holik

Associate Pastor (Indonesian)

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