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Main Program | Balinese Language Today

08 Nov 2020 10:00 - 11:00
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Many Balinese have remarked that increased time at home due to health protocols has resulted in a renewed focus on traditions and culture, with Balinese language being one of them. Meet a group of language experts who are working hard to popularize Balinese among the island’s younger generation through new and exciting ways.

Banyak orang Bali mengatakan bahwa bertambahnya waktu di rumah karena protokol kesehatan telah menghadirkan fokus baru pada tradisi dan budaya, bahasa Bali merupakan salah satunya. Temui sekelompok ahli bahasa yang bekerja keras untuk mempopulerkan bahasa Bali di antara generasi muda pulau ini melalui cara baru dan menarik.

This event is recorded at The Westin Resort & Spa Ubud.


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Made Adnyana Ole

Made Adnyana Ole was born in Tabanan, Bali. Founder of Tatkala.co, he writes poetry, prose, cultural essays, and journalistic pieces. He received the Anugrah Sastra Tantular Award and Bali Jani …


IGA Darma Putra

IGA Darma Putra was born in Bangli, Bali. His lyrical prose collection Bulan Sisi Kauh (2017) won the Sastera Rancage Prize in 2018. He is part of the Komala Bangli …


I Putu Supartika

Born in Karangasem, Bali, I Putu Supartika writes in both Balinese and Indonesian. His published books include Yen Benjang Tiang Dados Presiden (2004), Lelakut (2015), Joged lan Bojog Lua Ane …



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