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Kegiatan East Java Exploration (EJx) 2023 yang diselenggarakan Universitas Brawijaya pada 3 Juli 2023 | Foto: IRO FH UB

[:id]Malang, FH UB – Pemerintah Provinsi Jawa Timur bekerja sama dengan the Western Australian Government kembali mengadakan program Western Australia and East Java Universities Consortium (WAEJUC) 2023. Kerja sama tersebut telah berlangsung sejak tahun 2017 hingga saat ini, dan sempat dilaksanakan secara online pada tahun 2020 karena situasi pandemi Covid-19.

Pada tahun 2023 ini program WAEJUC kembali dilaksanakan secara offline dengan peserta kegiatan terdiri dari 15 perguruan tinggi, dengan rincian 10 perguruan tinggi dari Provinsi Jawa Timur dan 5 perguruan tinggi dari Western Australia.

Sepuluh perguruan tinggi dari Jawa Timur diantaranya Universitas Brawijaya, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember, Universitas Airlangga, UPN Veteran Jawa Timur, Universitas Negeri Surabaya, UIN Sunan Ampel Surabaya, Universitas Negeri Malang, Universitas Jember, Universitas Trunojoyo Madura, dan Universitas Islam Negeri Maulana Malik Ibrahim.

Sedangkan lima perguruan tinggi dari Western Australia terdiri dari The University of Western Australia, Murdoch University, Curtin University, University of Notre Dame Australia, dan Edith Cowan University.

Salah satu kegiatan WAEJUC adalah East Java Exploration (EJx), yakni mengeksplorasi tempat-tempat yang ada di Provinsi Jawa Timur di bidang seni, budaya, kearifan lokal, sejarah, alam terbuka, perkebunan, dan pariwisata. Rangkaian EJx tersebut dilaksanakan secara bergantian oleh 10 perguruan tinggi dan berkeliling Provinsi Jawa Timur. Peserta dalam program WAEJUC tahun ini berjumlah 18 orang, dengan rincian 9 mahasiswa Australia dan 9 mahasiswa dari Jawa Timur.

Kegiatan EJx berlangsung mulai tanggal 27 Juni hingga 10 Juli 2023. Setelah rangkaian acara dilaksanakan di beberapa universitas, pada tanggal 3 Juli 2023 Universitas Brawijaya mendapat kesempatan menjadi kampus kelima sebagai tuan rumah EJx.

Tema EJx di Universitas Brawijaya yakni “Mainstreaming Ecotourism as An Integral Part of Sustainable Tourism”. Berdasarkan tema tersebut Universitas Brawijaya ingin mengenalkan ecotourism sebagai salah satu kekuatan potensial untuk mewujudkan pariwisata yang berkelanjutan, khususnya yang ada di Jawa Timur.

Selama satu hari berkegiatan, rangkaian EJx yang diselenggarakan Universitas Brawijaya cukup padat. Dimulai pada pagi harinya dengan kegiatan short course dan diakhiri dengan eksplorasi wisata alam dan perkebunan di Kaliandra Resort Prigen, Pasuruan, Jawa Timur.

Untuk mengawali kegiatan EJx di Universitas Brawijaya, terlebih dahulu dilaksanakan opening ceremony yang dibuka secara langsung oleh Dekan FH UB, Dr. Aan Eko Widiarto, S.H., M.H.

Dalam pidato pembuka yang disampaikan, Dekan menyampaikan program EJx bertujuan untuk mengenalkan keindahan wisata alam dan budaya yang ada di Indonesia, khususnya Jawa Timur. Sehingga seluruh peserta mendapatkan kesempatan belajar untuk saling bertukar pengetahuan dan kebudayaan. Ia pun berharap semoga peserta dapat menikmati rangkaian acara EJx dengan baik dan menyenangkan, khususnya bagi mahasiswa Australia ketika pulang ke negaranya dapat mengenalkan wisata budaya dan alam Jawa Timur.

Dekan FH UB, Dr. Aan Eko Widiarto, S.H., M.Hum, saat memberikan sambutan dalam opening ceremony EJx Universitas Brawijaya pada 3 Juli 2023 | Foto: IRO FH UB

Saat rangkaian opening ceremony peserta disuguhkan dengan penampilan Tari Topeng Bapang Malangan. Penampilan tari tersebut membuat peserta merasa kagum dan menikmati tarian dan musik yang mengiringi.

Setelah opening ceremony dilanjutkan dengan Short Course yang disampaikan 2 (dua) narasumber, yakni Dr. Muktiono, S.H., M.Phil dan Dewa Krisna Prasada, S.H., M.H.

Dalam pemaparan Dr. Muktiono, S.H., M.Phil, ia mempresentasikan dengan judul “Integrating a Sustainable Approach to Ecotourism Practices in Malang” dengan pembahasan mengenai konsep dan kebijakan ekowisata berkelanjutan di Indonesia.

Tidak lupa Dr. Muktiono juga menyampaikan analisis SWOT (strength, weakness, opportunities, dan threats) dari kebijakan ekowisata yang ada di Jawa Timur. Menurutnya Jawa Timur memiliki banyak potensi wisata berkelas dunia, sehingga perlu ada pengembangan melalui sinergi dan kolaborasi yang kuat dari berbagai pihak, khususnya untuk membangun potensi desa wisata.

Dr. Muktiono, S.H., M.Phil saat menjadi narasumber Short Course EJx Universitas Brawijaya | Foto: IRO FH UB

Narasumber kedua, Dewa Krisna, juga menyampaikan pemaparannya berjudul “Traditional Knowledge for Tourism for Protect Indigeneous People and Culture Expression”. Dalam pemaparannya Dewa Krisna menjelaskan tentang kategori daya tarik wisata, serta relasi antara masyarakat adat dan pariwisata.

Menurut Dewa, masyarakat adat memiliki peran penting dalam melestarikan dan melindungi objek wisata, seperti wisata kebudayaan dan wisata alam. Dalam pemaparan penutupnya, ia menyimpulkan bahwa pengetahuan tradisional tidak bisa dipisahkan dari ekspresi kebudayaan tradisional, sehingga pengetahuan tradisional merupakan bagian penting dari industri wisata yang tidak bisa dikecualikan.

Setelah Short Course selesai, kegiatan EJx dilanjutkan dengan eksplorasi alam yang ada di Kaliandra Prigen, Pasuruan. Perjalanan dari Universitas Brawijaya menuju ke Kaliandra tersebut menggunakan bus selama satu jam. Selama perjalanan para peserta nampak menikmati panorama alam pegunungan, perkebunan, dan persawahan yang ada di setiap sisi jalan.

Ketika tiba di Kaliandra, peserta mengikuti beberapa kegiatan edukasi, diantaranya: (1) manajemen pengelolaan Kaliandra, (2) penanaman bibit sayuran, dan (3) belajar memainkan gamelan.

Sebelum melakukan penanaman bibit di  Kaliandra, para tour guide memberi penjelasan sejarah pendirian tempat wisata Kaliandra serta komitmen dalam mendukung pariwisata yang berwawasan lingkungan dengan nuansa budaya Jawa.

Menurut penjelasan salah satu tour guide, Kaliandra memiliki visi misi untuk menjaga kualitas lingkungan supaya tetapi alami dan lestari melalui program-program konservasi. Beberapa program utama yang dikembangkan di Kaliandra meliputi: economic entrepreneurship, local potential education scholarship, forest and water spring conservation, local culture preservation, dan health clinic. Program-program Kaliandra tersebut ternyata mendapat atensi yang luar biasa dari para peserta karena dinilai sangat peduli dengan kelestarian lingkungan dan fokus memberdayakan masyarakat sekitar.

Mengenalkan Kaliandra kepada peserta IJx oleh tour guide | Foto: IRO FH UB
Mengenalkan Kaliandra kepada peserta IJx oleh tour guide | Foto: IRO FH UB

Rangkaian kegiatan semakin seru ketika peserta mulai berkeliling area Kaliandra, khususnya saat mengeskplorasi tempat perkebunan sayuran organik dan buah-buhan. Ketika berkeliling area perkebunan, semua peserta bisa menyaksikan langsung proses budidaya sayuran organik mulai dari pembibitan, penanaman, perawatan, hingga panen. Bahkan peserta merasa antusias saat mempraktikkan tata cara penanaman bibit sayuran yang sudah disiapkan para petani, termasuk saat melakukan panen sayuran.

Keseruan program EJx yang diselenggarakan Universitas Brawijaya tidak hanya berhenti di area perkebunan saja, melainkan semakin seru saat peserta latihan memainkan gamelan Jawa. Latihan gamelan merupakan rangkaian terakhir sebelum para peserta kembali ke penginapan untuk beristirahat. Kali ini peserta dibagi menjadi dua kelompok dan bergiliran untuk memainkan gamelan.

Beberapa mahasiswa Australia yang baru mengetahui alat musik gamelan, nampak merasa antusias untuk belajar cara menggunakan alat musik itu. Meski awalnya masih merasa kesulitan, tetapi setelah beberapa kali dibimbing mereka nampak kompak memainkan gamelan secara bersama-sama.

Setelah melewati rangkaian yang cukup padat sejak pagi hingga sore, Faizan Ahmad dan Tameika, yang merupakan peserta EJx mempunayi kesan tersendiri mengenai keseruan EJx Universitas Brawijaya.

Peserta EJx saat belajar memainkan alat musik gamelan yang dipandu oleh para tour guide Kaliandra | Foto: IRO FH UB
Peserta EJx saat belajar memainkan alat musik gamelan yang dipandu oleh para tour guide Kaliandra | Foto: IRO FH UB

Salah satu peserta dari Curtin University, Faizan Ahmad, mengatakan sangat senang bisa mengikuti program EJx yang sangat seru, karena menurutnya bisa mengenal tarian tradisional, pariwisata Jawa Timur, makanan yang sangat enak, dan tentunya tanaman sayuran organik yang menyehatkan.

“Acara pagi ini sangat menyenangkan, apalagi sesi tanya jawab, kita bisa lebih mengenal masyarakat lokal dan adat Jawa Timur. Tarian tradisional (juga) sangat bagus. Di pagi hari kami melakukan Upacara Pembukaan dimana kami dapat melihat tarian tradisional Malang, tanya jawab, dan presentasi tentang pariwisata di Indonesia dan Jawa Timur,” tutur Faizan yang merupakan mahasiswa Chemical Engineering, Curtin University.

“(Menurut saya) makanannya sangat enak, dan kemudian kami melihat perkebunan di mana Yayasan (Kaliandra) ini membantu petani setempat, semacam pekerjaan paruh waktu mereka, dan semacam pertanian kecil di mana mereka menanam makanan organik,” tambahnya.

Peserta menanam bibit sayuran secara langsung dan dilanjutkan dengan panen sayuran | Foto: IRO FH UB
Peserta menanam bibit sayuran secara langsung dan dilanjutkan dengan panen sayuran | Foto: IRO FH UB

Tameika Baiamonte juga menyampaikan kesan yang serupa. Menurutnya, rangkaian EJx membuatnya terkesan dengan keberagaman budaya Jawa Timur dan pesona alamnya yang sangat indah. Ia juga merasa senang karena mendapat kesempatan untuk mempelajari jenis-jenis sayuran organik. Tameika pun berharap kedepan bisa berkunjung lagi ke Indonesia dan mengunjungi tempat-tempat yang alamnya sangat bagus.

“Saya mendapat kesempatan yang luar biasa karena bisa langsung menanam sayur-sayuran, belajar gamelan, dan tentunya keindahan alam Jawa Timur yang sangat mempersona,” ucap Tameika yang merupakan mahasiswa tahun kedua dari program studi bachelor of law and business, Murdoch University.

“Saya berharap (nanti) punya kesempatan untuk datang ke Indonesia (lagi) untuk menikmati alamnya yang indah, dan tentunya bisa belajar gamelan lagi,” sambungnya.

Sementara salah satu peserta EJx dari Universitas Brawijaya, Teuku Ardiansyah, menyampaikan keseruannya saat melakukan tanam panen di green house. Dia menyatakan kegiatan tersebut akan menjadi pengalaman berharga yang akan selalu ia ingat.

“Saya sungguh menikmati kegiatan kami dari awal hingga akhir. Bagian yang paling mengesankan dalam kegiatan (Ejx) ini adalah di Kaliandra, dimana kami mengunjungi green farm, karena saya sangat menyukai alam. Saya sangat berharap bisa mendapat pengalaman ini lagi di kemudian hari,” pungkas Teuku.

Peserta melakukan panen sayuran | Foto: IRO FH UB
Peserta melakukan panen sayuran | Foto: IRO FH UB

Nanda Saraswati, selaku Ketua International Relation Office (IRO) FH UB sekaligus Ketua Pelaksana EJx 2023 di Universitas Brawijaya, menyampaikan bahwa setiap tahun Universitas Brawijaya mengusung tema yang berbeda untuk memberikan wawasan berbagai keunggulan Universitas Brawijaya pada mahasiswa asing.

Sebelumnya pada tahun 2020, tema yang dipilih adalah “Start-up Ecosystem in Malang City” dan diikuti 45 mahasiswa asing dari Australia, Bangladesh, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Egypt, Indonesia, Japan, Kenya, Philippines, Singapore, Tanzania, Thailand, dan Timor-Leste. Pada tahun 2020 tersebut peserta mengikuti secara online.

Nanda Saraswati juga mengatakan bahwa tahun 2023 ini kita bersyukur program EJx dapat kembali dilaksanakan secara offline agar mahasiswa dapat berinteraksi serta melihat langsung bagaimana mengarusutamakan ekowisata sebagai bagian yang tak terpisahkan dari pariwisata berkelanjutan di Jawa Timur.

Beberapa dokumentasi kegiatan EJx Universitas Brawijaya adalah sebagai berikut:

Penampilan Tari Topeng Malangan | Foto: IRO FH UB
Penampilan Tari Topeng Malangan | Foto: IRO FH UB
Foto bersama saat pelaksanaan opening ceremony dan short course | Foto: IRO FH UB
Foto bersama saat pelaksanaan opening ceremony dan short course | Foto: IRO FH UB
Peserta mendapat penjelasan penanaman sayuran organik dari tour guide dan petani | Foto: IRO FH UB
Peserta mendapat penjelasan penanaman sayuran organik dari tour guide dan petani | Foto: IRO FH UB
Peserta keliling area Kaliandra | Foto: IRO FH UB
Peserta keliling area Kaliandra | Foto: IRO FH UB

 

Penulis: Endrianto Bayu Setiawan[:en]Malang, FH UB – The Government of the Eastern Java Province has collaborated  with the Western Australian Government to re-establish the Western Australia and East Java Universities Consortium (WAEJUC) 2023. The collaboration has been ongoing from 2017 to the present day, and could be implemented online by 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic situation.

In 2023, the WAEJUC program will be re-implemented offline with participating activities comprising 15 colleges, with details of 10 colleges from East Java Province and 5 universities from Western Australia.

Ten colleges from eastern Java include the Universitas Brawijaya, Institute Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember, Universitas Airlangga, UPN “Veteran” East Java, Universitas Negeri Surabaya, UIN Sunan Ampel Surabaya, Universitas Negeri Malang, Universitas Jember, Universitas Trunojoyo Madura, and Universitas Islam Negeri Maulana Malik Ibrahim.

The five Western Australian colleges include the University of Western Australia, Murdoch University, Curtin University, University of Notre Dame Australia, and Edith Cowan University.

One of the activities of WAEJUC is East Java Exploration (EJx), which explores the places in the East Java Province in the field of art, culture, local wisdom, history, open nature, plantation, and tourism. The EJx network is implemented alternately by 10 colleges and revolves around the province of East Java. The participants in the WAEJUC program this year were 18 people, with details of 9 Australian students and 9 students from East Java.

EJx activities will take place from 27 June to 10 July 2023. After a series of events were held at several universities, on July 3, 2023, the University of Brawijaya was given the opportunity to become the fifth campus as the host of EJx.

The theme of EJx at Brawijaya University is “Mainstreaming Ecotourism as An Integral Part of Sustainable Tourism”. Based on the theme, the Universitas Brawijaya wants to introduce ecotourism as one of the potential forces to create sustainable tourism, especially in Eastern Java.

During a day of activity, the EJx network organized by the Universitas Brawijaya was quite dense. It begins in the morning with short course activities and ends with natural tourism and plantation exploration at Kaliandra Resort Prigen, Pasuruan, East Java.

To initiate EJx activities at the Universitas Brawijaya, first the opening ceremony was held which was opened directly by Dean FH UB, dr. Aan Eko Widiarto, S.H., M.H.

In the opening speech presented, the Dean delivered the EJx program aimed at introducing the beauty of natural tourism and culture that exists in Indonesia, especially East Java. All participants have the opportunity to exchange knowledge and culture. He also hopes that participants can enjoy the series of EJx events well and fun, especially for Australian students when returning to their country can introduce cultural tourism and nature of East Java.

Dean FH UB, Dr. Aan Eko Widiarto, S.H., M.Hum, at the opening ceremony of the EJx University of Brawijaya on July 3, 2023 | Photo: IRO FH UB
Dean FH UB, Dr. Aan Eko Widiarto, S.H., M.Hum, at the opening ceremony of the EJx University of Brawijaya on July 3, 2023 | Photo: IRO FH UB

During the series of opening ceremonies, the participants were presented with the performance of the Bapang Malangan Mask Dance. The dance performance made the participants feel amazed and enjoy the dance and music that accompanied it.

After the opening ceremony, it was followed by a Short Course that was delivered by two  speakers, namely Dr. Muktiono, S.H., M.Phil., and Dewa Krisna Prasada, S.H., M.H.

In the presentation of Dr. Muktiono, S.H., M.Phil., he presented with the title “Integrating a Sustainable Approach to Ecotourism Practices in Malang,” with a discussion of sustainable ecotourism concepts and policies in Indonesia.

Don’t forget that Dr. Muktiono also presented a SWOT analysis (strength, weakness, opportunities, and threats) of existing ecotourism policies in East Java. According to him, East Java has a lot of world-class tourism potential, so there needs to be development through strong synergy and collaboration from various parties, especially to build the potential of tourist villages.

Dr. Muktiono, S.H., M.Phil as the source of the Short Course EJx University of Brawijaya Photo: IRO FH UB
Dr. Muktiono, S.H., M.Phil as the source of the Short Course EJx University of Brawijaya Photo: IRO FH UB

The second speaker, Dewa Krisna, also delivered his presentation entitled “Traditional Knowledge for Tourism to Protect Indigenous People and Culture Expression”. In his presentation, Dewa Krisna explained the categories of tourist attractions as well as the relationship between indigenous peoples and tourism.

According to Dewa, indigenous peoples have an important role in preserving and protecting tourist objects, such as cultural tourism and nature tourism. In his closing presentation, he concluded that traditional knowledge cannot be separated from traditional cultural expressions, so traditional knowledge is an important part of the tourism industry that cannot be excluded.

After the Short Course was finished, EJx activities continued with natural exploration in Kaliandra Prigen, Pasuruan. The trip from the Universitas Brawijaya to Kaliandra was by bus for one hour. During the trip, the participants seemed to enjoy the natural panorama of the mountains, plantations, and rice fields that were on each side of the road.

When they arrived at Kaliandra, the participants took part in several educational activities, including: (1) management of Kaliandra; (2) planting vegetable seeds; and (3) learning to play the gamelan.

Before planting seeds in Kaliandra, the tour guides explained the history of the establishment of Kaliandra tourist attractions and their commitment to supporting eco-friendly tourism with Javanese cultural nuances.

According to an explanation from one of the tour guides, Kaliandra has a vision and mission to maintain the quality of the environment so that it is natural and sustainable through conservation programs. Some of the main programs developed at Kaliandra include economic entrepreneurship, local potential education scholarships, forest and water spring conservation, local culture preservation, and health clinics. The Kaliandra programs received extraordinary attention from the participants because they were considered to be very concerned about environmental sustainability and focused on empowering the surrounding community.

Introducing Kaliandra to the IJx participants by tour guide | Photo: IRO FH UB
Introducing Kaliandra to the IJx participants by tour guide | Photo: IRO FH UB

The series of activities became even more exciting when the participants started touring the Kaliandra area, especially when exploring organic vegetable and fruit plantations. When touring the plantation area, all participants could witness the process of cultivating organic vegetables, from seeding, planting, care, and harvest. The participants even felt enthusiastic when practicing the procedures for planting vegetable seeds that had been prepared by the farmers, including when harvesting vegetables.

The excitement of the EJx program held by Universitas Brawijaya does not only stop at the plantation area; it is even more exciting when the participants practice playing Javanese gamelan. Gamelan practice is the last series before the participants return to the inn to rest. This time, the participants were divided into two groups and took turns playing the gamelan.

Several Australian students who were new to the gamelan musical instrument seemed enthusiastic about learning how to use the instrument. Even though at first they still found it difficult, after being guided several times, they seemed to be more compact in playing the gamelan together.

After going through quite a tight series from morning to evening, Faizan Ahmad and Tameika, who were EJx participants, had a distinct impression of the excitement of Universitas Brawijaya’s EJx.

EJx participants while learning to play gamelan musical instruments guided by the tour guide Kaliandra Ebay | Photo: IRO FH UB
EJx participants while learning to play gamelan musical instruments guided by the tour guide Kaliandra Ebay | Photo: IRO FH UB

One of the participants from Curtin University, Faizan Ahmad, said that he was very happy to be able to take part in the EJx program, which was very exciting because, according to him, he could get to know traditional dances, East Java tourism, very good food, and of course healthy organic vegetable plants.

“This morning’s program was very fun, especially the question and answer session. We can get to know the local people and East Java customs better. The traditional dance, too, is very good. In the morning we had an Opening Ceremony where we could see traditional Malang dances, questions and answers, and presentations about tourism in Indonesia and East Java,” said Faizan, who is a Chemical Engineering student at Curtin University.

“(I think) the food was really good, and then we saw plantations where this (Kaliandra) Foundation helps local farmers, kind of their part-time jobs, and kind of small farms where they grow organic food,” he added.

Participants plant vegetable seeds directly and continue with the harvest of vegetables | Photo: IRO FH UB
Participants plant vegetable seeds directly and continue with the harvest of vegetables | Photo: IRO FH UB

Tameika Baiamonte also conveyed a similar impression. According to him, the EJx series impressed him with the cultural diversity of East Java and its beautiful natural charm. He was also happy because he had the opportunity to learn about organic vegetables. Tameika also hopes that in the future she can visit Indonesia again and visit places where the nature is very beautiful.

“I got an extraordinary opportunity because I could directly plant vegetables, learn gamelan, and of course the natural beauty of East Java is very enchanting,” said Tameika, who is a second-year student in the bachelor of law and business study program at Murdoch University.

“I hope (later) to have the opportunity to come to Indonesia again to enjoy its beautiful nature, and of course I can learn gamelan again,” he continued.

Meanwhile, one of the EJx participants from Universitas Brawijaya, Teuku Ardiansyah, conveyed his excitement while planting crops in a green house. He stated that the activity would be a valuable experience that he would always remember.

Participants take the harvest of vegetables in the field | Photo: IRO FH UB
Participants take the harvest of vegetables in the field | Photo: IRO FH UB

“I really enjoyed our activities from start to finish. The most impressive part of this activity (Ejx) was in Kaliandra, where we visited a green farm because I really like nature. I really hope to get this experience again in the future,” concluded Teuku.

Nanda Saraswati, as Head of International Relations Office (IRO) at FH UB as well as Chief Executive of EJx 2023 at Universitas Brawijaya, said that every year Universitas Brawijaya carries a different theme to provide insight into the various advantages of Universitas Brawijaya to foreign students.

Previously in 2020, the theme chosen was “Start-up Ecosystem in Malang City” and was attended by 45 foreign students from Australia, Bangladesh, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Egypt, Indonesia, Japan, Kenya, the Philippines, Singapore, Tanzania, Thailand, and Timor Leste. In 2020, the participants took part online.

Nanda Saraswati also said that in 2023, we are grateful that the EJx program can be implemented again offline so that students can interact and see firsthand how to mainstream ecotourism as an integral part of sustainable tourism in East Java.

Some documentation of UB’s EJx activities is as follows:

The appearance of the dancing mask of Malangan | Photo: IRO FH UB
The appearance of the dancing mask of Malangan | Photo: IRO FH UB
Photo at the opening ceremony and short course | Photo: IRO FH UB
Photo at the opening ceremony and short course | Photo: IRO FH UB
Participants get an explanation of organic vegetable planting from a tour guide and farmer | Photo: IRO FH UB
Participants get an explanation of organic vegetable planting from a tour guide and farmer | Photo: IRO FH UB
Participants around the area of Kaliandra Bharat | Photo: IRO FH UB
Participants around the area of Kaliandra Bharat | Photo: IRO FH UB

 

Author: Endrianto Bayu Setiawan
Translator: Endrianto Bayu Setiawan[:]