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Main Program | Chiribiquete of the Colombian Amazon. A world in one world.

15 Oct 2021 13:45 - 14:30
/ IDR 299,000 (All Main Program Access)
Online via townscript.com | Live in Indus Restaurant. Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)

In his recent book “Chiribiquete: The Cosmic Maloka of the Jaguar Men”, Carlos Castano-Uribe shares his research of more than 30 years of the Chiribiquete National Park, a biodiversity hotspot and site of major cave paintings in the Colombian Amazon. Considered an important part of Colombian cultural heritage he states that ‘if there is a place where mystery and hope make up the same word, it is Chiribiquete: all the kingdoms in one kingdom, all the worlds in one world ”. Meet Carlos Castano-Uribe in conversation with Nicolas Montoya.

(This program is presented in English / Spanish and pre-recorded)

Dalam buku terbarunya “Chiribiquete: The Cosmic Maloka of the Jaguar Men”, Carlos Castano-Uribe membagikan penelitiannya tentang Taman Nasional Chiribiquete selama lebih dari 30 tahun, hotspot keanekaragaman hayati dan situs lukisan gua besar di Amazon Kolombia. Dianggap sebagai bagian penting dari warisan budaya Kolombia, ia menyatakan bahwa ‘jika ada tempat di mana misteri dan harapan membentuk kata yang sama, itu adalah Chiribiquete: semua kerajaan dalam satu kerajaan, semua dunia dalam satu dunia ”. Temui Carlos Castano-Uribe dalam percakapan dengan Nicolas Montoya.

(Program ini sudah direkam sebelumnya dan dalam Bahasa Inggris / Spanyol)

Featuring

Nicolas Montoya

Nicolas Montoya is a professional chef and photographer who has worked as the cultural Attaché of the Embassy of Colombia in Indonesia since 2011. He has organized various entertainment and …


Carlos Castaño-Uribe

Carlos Castaño-Uribe is one of South America’s most renowned environmentalists and anthropologists who is recognized for the discovery of Chiribiquete in Colombia, the largest tropical rainforest national park in the …



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