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Indonesia, Etc. Jakarta Tweets Than Any Other City On Earth, But 80million Indonesians Live Without Electricity And Many Of Itscommunities Still Share In Ritual Sacrifices Declaring Independencein 1945, Indonesia Said It Would Work Out The Detailsof The Transfer Of Power Etc As Soon As Possible With Over300 Ethnic Groups Spread Across 13,500 Islands, The World Sfourth Most Populous Nation Has Been Working On That Etc Ever Since Bewitched By Indonesia For Twenty Fiveyears, Elizabeth Pisani Recently Traveled 26,000 Miles Aroundthe Archipelago In Search Of The Links That Bind This Impossiblydisparate Nation Fearless And Funny, Pisani Shares Herdeck Space With Pigs And Cows, Bunks Down In A Sulfurousvolcano, And Takes Tea With A Corpse Along The Way, Sheobserves Big Men With Child Brides, Debates Corruption Andcannibalism, And Ponders Sticky Traditions That Cannot Beerased.

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!!> BOOKS ✵ Indonesia, Etc.  ✫ Author Elizabeth Pisani – Girlnailart.us
  • Hardcover
  • 404 pages
  • Indonesia, Etc.
  • Elizabeth Pisani
  • 16 December 2017
  • 0393088588

10 thoughts on “Indonesia, Etc.

  1. says:

    This got excellent reviews and they were right.First of all, you have to admire Pisani for sheer guts and fortitude She set off on a miniscule budget to hopscotch all over Indonesia for a year, climbed aboard rickety ferries, vans and motorcycle taxis, said yes to invitations to come stay with them for a few days that were issued by just met Indonesians who lived...

  2. says:

    Hmmm Look, this is decent and as far as I can tell the best primer on Indonesia in the mainstream today in English It s full of rich observation from an experienced observer and is interwoven with pithy, insightful asides on recent history, politics, literature, society, etc.I did, however, find it slow going and just a little frustrating The main problem i...

  3. says:

    Blusukan ala BulePada awalnya saya skeptis Seorang bule, traveling sendirian selama satu tahun di berbagai daerah di Indonesia Apa yang akan ia dapatkan dari perjalanan selama itu selain tulisan klise tentang eksotisme keindahan alam Indonesia, serta kulit yang terbakar dan kaki yang pegal Di tangan Elizabeth Pisani, perjalanannya menjelajahi Sumba, Sawu, Tual, Halmahera Tengah, Sangihe, Bau bau di Indonesia Timur, hingga Aceh, Jambi, dan Pontianak di Indonesia Barat, mampu dituangkan menjadi Blusukan ala BulePada awalnya saya skeptis Seorang bule, traveling sendirian selama satu tahun di berbagai daerah di Indonesia Apa yang akan ia dapatkan dari perjalanan selama itu selain tulisan klise tentang eksotisme keindahan alam Indonesia, serta kulit yang terbakar dan kaki yang pegal Di tangan Elizabeth Pisani, perjalanannya menjelajahi Sumba, Sa...

  4. says:

    The author s extensive research and knowledge of Indonesia makes this a worthwhile read The book is primarily based on her thirteen months of travel over Indonesia during 2011 2012 The route covered small rural villages and large cities Jakarta and Surabaya , 20 provinces and the four main islands Sumatra, Sulawesi, Indonesian New Guinea aka Papua, and Kalimantan on Borneo The cultural diversity of I...

  5. says:

    Just realized it took me a month to finish this book It is not that it is a heavy read, but the dose of reality given here made me having to retire after a few chapters, reflect, then continue This is a book I would recommend to anyone who wants to know about my country Indonesia is multifaceted, multilayered entit...

  6. says:

    This was a fantastic book I ve been living in Indonesia for two years, but this book shows me how I ve only just scratched the surface of a complicated and perplexing country It s insightful on many levels personal, cultural, social, political and economical and I thoroughly recommend it.

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  8. says:

    At last, finished reading this book As a born and bred Indonesian, I can say this is the most complete book about modern Indonesia I ve ever read, as it combines travel journals, cultural events reports, political and economics commentaries, backed by citations from sociologists, with snippets of ordinary people s life taken from a not so foreign any foreigner s point of view I like the way everything blends in a flowing yet chaotic manner that s the way life goes in Indonesia I would al At last, finished reading this book As a born and bred Indonesian, I can say this is the most complete book about modern Indonesia I ve ever read, as it combines travel journals, cultural events reports, political and economics commentaries, backed by citations from sociologists, with snippets of ordinary people s life taken from a not so foreign any foreigner s point of view I like the way everything blends in a flowing yet chaotic manner that s the way life goes in Indonesia I would also praise the author for her neutral stance too often similar books written...

  9. says:

    Indonesia s diversity is not just geographic and cultural different groups are essentially living at different points in human history, all at the same time Indonesia is a country of between 13,466 and 17, 504 islands, depending on whose figures you accept Of this number, between 6,000 and 7,000 are inhabited and they stretch over 5,200 kilometres Aceh at the north western tip of ...

  10. says:

    Although Ms Pisani has lots of facts and figures on Indonesia, the strong point of the book is that it is mostly about her interactions with everyday Indonesians in everyday situations, riding ferries, planting crops, attending funerals, riding ...

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