The Indonesian Student Association (PPI) in Greater Manchester held an annual art and culture festival called the Indonesian Cultural Festival (ICF) on Friday at Manchester University, England.
The festival featured a food bazaar, an exhibition of Indonesian tourist destinations and traditional Indonesian games. Some 250 visitors from England, Italy, China, Korea and Indonesia enjoyed the festivities.
“There were eight food stalls selling over 50 Indonesian dishes such as nasi rendang, sate padang, martabak and even es cendol,” said Alif Kurnia Rahman, the event’s coordinator.
The main events of the 2017 ICF consisted of a traditional fashion show, a choir performance, an angklung recital and the performance of traditional dances, namely the Saman, Rentak Bulian and Piring dances from Sumatra, the Empat Etnis dance from Sulawesi, the Bambu Gila dance from Maluku, the Kecak dance from Bali and the Sajojo dance from Papua.
Source – TheJakartaPost
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