Book Launch: Myth, Magic and Mystery in Bali



 
27 Oct 2018 14:00 - 15:30
/ Free
Sri Ratih Cottages. Jl. Campuhan 1, Penestanan Kelod (Google Maps)

Ranging from knowledgeable to subjective, serious to humorous, sarcastic to empathetic to daring and with a whiff of moral pondering, Jean Couteau’s articles share philosophical and social considerations no travel journalist would know, nor would an academic anthropologist dare to express. Jean takes us deep into the heart, mind and soul of Bali.

Supported by Phoenix Communications.

Mulai dari pengetahuan hingga pendapat subyektif, yang serius hingga lucu, sarkastis hingga empati ataupun menantang dan dengan sedikit perenungan moral, artikel-artikel Jean Couteau berbagi pertimbangan filosofis dan sosial yang tak diketahui jurnalis perjalanan, dan juga antropolog akademik pun tak akan berani mengungkapkannya. Jean membawa kita jauh ke dalam hati, pikiran dan jiwa Bali.

Didukung oleh Phoenix Communications.

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Jean Couteau

Jean Couteau publishes extensively on a variety of genres and topics in French, English and Indonesian. He writes art books, books and columns on Balinese culture, and is best known …



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