Main Program | Gastrodiplomacy

31 Oct 2020 15:00 - 16:00
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From kimchi to bubble tea, food as soft power has been embraced and celebrated in recent years. Using popular dishes to build Indonesia’s national brand – which some have called ‘gastrodiplomacy’ – is now at the top of the agenda for many foodies and political leaders alike. So what’s the best way to make a dish go global, and what parts of Indonesia’s vast culinary culture are most accessible? Join these food lovers to find out.

Dari kimchi hingga bubble tea, makanan sebagai sumber kekuatan tersirat telah dirangkul dan dirayakan dalam beberapa tahun terakhir. Menggunakan hidangan populer untuk membangun identitas nasional Indonesia – yang oleh beberapa orang disebut ‘gastrodiplomacy’ – saat ini menjadi agenda teratas bagi banyak pencinta kuliner dan pemimpin politik. Jadi, apa cara terbaik untuk membuat hidangan mendunia, dan bagian mana dari budaya kuliner Indonesia yang luas yang paling mudah diakses? Bergabunglah dengan para pencinta makanan ini untuk mencari tahu jawabannya.

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