Tag Archives: Indonesian language

Who Do You Think You Are? I’m … (Insert any Nouns Here)

After watching BBC’s documentary series “Who Do You Think You Are?”, I decided that it must be cool to know my family history. I saw the episodes of J. K. Rowling, Stephen Fry, Kim Catrall, Emilia Fox. And I felt … Continue reading

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Pusat Penerjemahan Sastra: Impian Eliza Vitri Handayani, Penerjemah dan Masyarakat Sastra Indonesia

Saat saya masuki aula besar di atas galeri seni di Erasmus Huis Sabtu pukul 7 lewat 15 menit malam kemarin (13/10/2012), suasana khidmat terasa. Ruangan yang besar tersebut tidak terisi penuh. Kursi di bagian depan cuma terisi satu dua orang. … Continue reading

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Being Racist is Humane but Must Be Kept Wisely

Everyone can freely say or think racist but the thing is whether you can keep it to yourself (and some close friends and limited social circle around you) or thoughtlessly display it to the rest of the world, both offline … Continue reading

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As Creative Industry Thrives, More Indonesian Translators are Needed

The Indonesian creative industry is blooming, and gaming is one of the most  promising.  As more and more games with foreign languages on the interface should be localized, translators’ service is needed. “International social media sites targetting Indonesia require translators’ … Continue reading

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Tentang Damai

Berikut adalah ringkasan dari apa yang disampaikan oleh Mala dari Brahma Kumaris, organisasi spiritualis yang diundang ke Yoga Gembira, Taman Suropati hari Minggu tanggal 11 September 2011. Temanya ialah perdamaian. Mala yang berasal dari Australia ini mengutip sebuah kalimat inspiratif dari Mahatma … Continue reading

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Quick Wrapup Post

Paul Costigan and Patrick ORiordan : Irish reps at the event. They dont speak Indonesian, sadly. My life ‘s almost all about translating recently. I’m fed up with it. But unhappily can’t escape before everything gets done. So many new … Continue reading

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