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Old woman arrange coconuts on a wooden platform before smoke them during the process of producing copra in Midai Island, Indonesia on September 8, 2015. Copra become the second higest income for the island residents after clove.
Old woman arrange coconuts on a wooden platform before smoke them during the process of producing copra in Midai Island, Indonesia on September 8, 2015. Copra become the second higest income for the island residents after clove.
Old workers move a sack full of copra at a shed in Midai Village of Natuna Regecy, Indonesia on September 9, 2014. Copra become the second higest income for the village after clove.
Old workers move a sack full of copra at a shed in Midai Village of Natuna Regecy, Indonesia on September 9, 2014. Copra become the second higest income for the village after clove.
Local people of Midai Island in Indonesia dry coconuts to produce copra on September 8, 2014. Copra become the second higest income for the village after clove.
Local people of Midai Island in Indonesia dry coconuts to produce copra on September 8, 2014. Copra become the second higest income for the village after clove.
Situation at the Lavender MRT Station in Singapore on May 16, 2015.
Situation at the Lavender MRT Station in Singapore on May 16, 2015.
People sit in front of Singapore Fashion Week billboard at Orchard Road, Singapore on May 16,2015. Orchard Road is one of the most famous tourist destination in Singapore.
People sit in front of Singapore Fashion Week billboard at Orchard Road, Singapore on May 16,2015. Orchard Road is one of the most famous tourist destination in Singapore.
Indonesian hajj pilgrim gets emotional welcome from his family at Sudiang Hajj Hostel in Makassar, Indonesia following his return from Saudi Arabia on September 30, 2015. Indonesia departed 168.800 hajj pilgrim to Saudi Arabia this year, but it is expected hudred of the pilgrim dead during rencent hajj season. Indonesian Religious Afair has not confirm exact number of hajj dead due to collecting correct data following the Mina Tragedy that killed around 1000 pilgrim.
Indonesian hajj pilgrim gets emotional welcome from his family at Sudiang Hajj Hostel in Makassar, Indonesia following his return from Saudi Arabia on September 30, 2015. Indonesia departed 168.800 hajj pilgrim to Saudi Arabia this year, but it is expected hudred of the pilgrim dead during rencent hajj season. Indonesian Religious Afair has not confirm exact number of hajj dead due to collecting correct data following the Mina Tragedy that killed around 1000 pilgrim.
Participant paints on a whiteboard in Makassar, Indonesia on October 10, 2015. Some Indonesian college students gathered under the Makassar Fly Over to participate the Urban Paint Competition held by Architecture Department Student Association of Hasanuddin University.
Participant paints on a whiteboard in Makassar, Indonesia on October 10, 2015. Some Indonesian college students gathered under the Makassar Fly Over to participate the Urban Paint Competition held by Architecture Department Student Association of Hasanuddin University.
A girl jumps on the squares as she plays dende-dende at Traditional Games Festival in Makassar, Indonesia on October 18,2015. This festival was held to introduce kinds of traditional games played by Makassar kids in the past. Many traditional games in Indonesia have been dissapeared in this modern world due to the advancement of technology that offer many games through cellphones and video games. Most of Indonesian traditional games are physical games that can improve child psychomotor learning.
A girl jumps on the squares as she plays dende-dende at Traditional Games Festival in Makassar, Indonesia on October 18,2015. This festival was held to introduce kinds of traditional games played by Makassar kids in the past. Many traditional games in Indonesia have been dissapeared in this modern world due to the advancement of technology that offer many games through cellphones and video games. Most of Indonesian traditional games are physical games that can improve child psychomotor learning.
Indonesian teenagers take steps using traditional toy mallongga or stilt at Traditional Games Festival in Makassar, Indonesia on October 18,2015. This festival was held to introduce kinds of traditional games played by Makassar kids in the past. Many traditional games in Indonesia have been dissapeared in this modern world due to the advancement of technology that offer many games through cellphones and video games. Most of Indonesian traditional games are physical games that can improve child psychomotor learning.
Indonesian teenagers take steps using traditional toy mallongga or stilt at Traditional Games Festival in Makassar, Indonesia on October 18,2015. This festival was held to introduce kinds of traditional games played by Makassar kids in the past. Many traditional games in Indonesia have been dissapeared in this modern world due to the advancement of technology that offer many games through cellphones and video games. Most of Indonesian traditional games are physical games that can improve child psychomotor learning.
Labour rally leader speech to all workers who attend rally in Batam, Indonesia on May 1, 2015. Thousands of Indonesian workers gathered in front of the Mayor's office to attend a rally commemorating International Workers' Day in Batam, Riau Islands. They demanded that local government pay more attention to workers' welfare.
Labour rally leader speech to all workers who attend rally in Batam, Indonesia on May 1, 2015. Thousands of Indonesian workers gathered in front of the Mayor’s office to attend a rally commemorating International Workers’ Day in Batam, Riau Islands. They demanded that local government pay more attention to workers’ welfare.
Workers walking and waving flags after Labour Rally in Batam, Indonesia on May 1, 2015. Thousands of Indonesian workers gathered in front of the Mayor's office to attend a rally commemorating International Workers' Day in Batam, Riau Islands. They demanded that local government pay more attention to workers' welfare.
Workers walking and waving flags after Labour Rally in Batam, Indonesia on May 1, 2015. Thousands of Indonesian workers gathered in front of the Mayor’s office to attend a rally commemorating International Workers’ Day in Batam, Riau Islands. They demanded that local government pay more attention to workers’ welfare.
Pastor splashed holy water to bless attendand during Palm Sunday Mass at St. Josepf Church in Batam, Indonesia, Sunday (29/3). Palm Sunday is the landmark of Christian calendar, marking the triumphant return of Christ to Jerusalem the week before His dead, when a cheering crowd greeted Him waving with palm leaves.
Pastor splashed holy water to bless attendand during Palm Sunday Mass at St. Josepf Church in Batam, Indonesia, Sunday (29/3). Palm Sunday is the landmark of Christian calendar, marking the triumphant return of Christ to Jerusalem the week before His dead, when a cheering crowd greeted Him waving with palm leaves.
People marched toward the church during Palm Sunday Mass at St. Josepf Church in Batam, Indonesia, Sunday (29/3). Palm Sunday is the landmark of Christian calendar, marking the triumphant return of Christ to Jerusalem the week before His dead, when a cheering crowd greeted Him waving with palm leaves.
People marched toward the church during Palm Sunday Mass at St. Josepf Church in Batam, Indonesia, Sunday (29/3). Palm Sunday is the landmark of Christian calendar, marking the triumphant return of Christ to Jerusalem the week before His dead, when a cheering crowd greeted Him waving with palm leaves.
Indonesian Muslims gathered at Air Force Residence Field in Makassar , Indonesia to held Eid Al-Fitr prayer to celebrate the end of Ramadhan on July 17, 2015.
Indonesian Muslims gathered at Air Force Residence Field in Makassar , Indonesia to held Eid Al-Fitr prayer to celebrate the end of Ramadhan on July 17, 2015.
A kid inserted money into a donation box after Eid Al-Fitr prayer in Makassar, Indonesia on July 17, 2015.
A kid inserted money into a donation box after Eid Al-Fitr prayer in Makassar, Indonesia on July 17, 2015.
Men were praying at Air Force Residence Field in Makassar , Indonesia during Eid Al-Fitr prayer to celebrate the end of Ramadhan on July 17, 2015.
Men were praying at Air Force Residence Field in Makassar , Indonesia during Eid Al-Fitr prayer to celebrate the end of Ramadhan on July 17, 2015.
Kids permform Gandrang Bulo dance to welcome all delegations of ASEAN Mayors Forum who visited Kassi-Kassi Village on September 9, 2015. Delegations from ASEAN countries visited the village to see food self-sufficiency of local community.
Kids permform Gandrang Bulo dance to welcome all delegations of ASEAN Mayors Forum who visited Kassi-Kassi Village on September 9, 2015. Delegations from ASEAN countries visited the village to see food self-sufficiency of local community.
Fisherman boats anchored at Selat Lampa port in Natuna Regency, Indonesia on September 7, 2015. Natuna Regeny located at the northern Indonesia has majority population work in fisheries industry.
Fisherman boats anchored at Selat Lampa port in Natuna Regency, Indonesia on September 7, 2015. Natuna Regeny located at the northern Indonesia has majority population work in fisheries industry.
People walk on the arc that connect Floating Mosque and Losari Beach in Makassar, Indonesia on September 9, 2015.
People walk on the arc that connect Floating Mosque and Losari Beach in Makassar, Indonesia on September 9, 2015.
Slaughtered cow head lying close to a man feet during Eid al-Adha celebration in Makassar, Indonesia on September 24, 2015. Indonesian Muslims celebrated Eid al-Adha to commemorate the Prophet Ibrahim's readiness to sacrifice his son as a sign of his obedience to God, during which they sacrifice permissible animals, generally goats, sheep, and cows.
Slaughtered cow head lying close to a man feet during Eid al-Adha celebration in Makassar, Indonesia on September 24, 2015. Indonesian Muslims celebrated Eid al-Adha to commemorate the Prophet Ibrahim’s readiness to sacrifice his son as a sign of his obedience to God, during which they sacrifice permissible animals, generally goats, sheep, and cows.
A sacrificial cow is tied to the trees until its bloodstream stop after slaugtering during Eid al-Adha celebration in Makassar, Indonesia on September 24, 2015. Indonesian Muslims celebrated Eid al-Adha to commemorate the Prophet Ibrahim's readiness to sacrifice his son as a sign of his obedience to God, during which they sacrifice permissible animals, generally goats, sheep, and cows.
A sacrificial cow is tied to the trees until its bloodstream stop after slaugtering during Eid al-Adha celebration in Makassar, Indonesia on September 24, 2015. Indonesian Muslims celebrated Eid al-Adha to commemorate the Prophet Ibrahim’s readiness to sacrifice his son as a sign of his obedience to God, during which they sacrifice permissible animals, generally goats, sheep, and cows.
An Indonesian takes photo of a slaughtered cow during Eid al-Adha celebration in Makassar, Indonesia on September 24, 2015. Indonesian Muslims celebrated Eid al-Adha to commemorate the Prophet Ibrahim's readiness to sacrifice his son as a sign of his obedience to God, during which they sacrifice permissible animals, generally goats, sheep, and cows.
An Indonesian takes photo of a slaughtered cow during Eid al-Adha celebration in Makassar, Indonesia on September 24, 2015. Indonesian Muslims celebrated Eid al-Adha to commemorate the Prophet Ibrahim’s readiness to sacrifice his son as a sign of his obedience to God, during which they sacrifice permissible animals, generally goats, sheep, and cows.
Indonesian muslims cuts the meat of sacrificial cows in Eid al-Adha in Makassar, Indonesia on September 24, 2015. Indonesian Muslims celebrated Eid al-Adha to commemorate the Prophet Ibrahim's readiness to sacrifice his son as a sign of his obedience to God, during which they sacrifice permissible animals, generally goats, sheep, and cows.
Indonesian muslims cuts the meat of sacrificial cows in Eid al-Adha in Makassar, Indonesia on September 24, 2015. Indonesian Muslims celebrated Eid al-Adha to commemorate the Prophet Ibrahim’s readiness to sacrifice his son as a sign of his obedience to God, during which they sacrifice permissible animals, generally goats, sheep, and cows.
Dragon Boat Festival Day 1
Dragon boats head to the shore after race in Losari Dragon Boat International Festival in Makassar, Indonesia on November 7, 2015. The festival was held to celebrate the 408th anniversary of Makassar City.
Dragon Boat Festival Day 2
Dragon boat teams compete in a race during Losari Dragon Boat International Festival in Makassar, Indonesia on Nvember 8, 2015. The festival was held to celebrate the 408th nniversary of Makassar City.
ASEAN Mayors Forum 2015
Secretary General of United City and Local Governments Asia-Pacific (UCLG-ASPAC), Bernadia Irawati Tjandradewi and Makassar Mayor, Ramdhan Pomanto speak to journalists in the middle of Asean Mayor Forum in Makassar, Indonesia on September 8, 2015.
Hard Labour in Paotere Port
A man carries a sack of cement at Paotere Port in Makassar, Indonesia on March 19, 2016. The Paotere port is one of the most important port in Eastern Indonesia. Many boats that harbout at the port deliver daily goods such as rice, wheat, and cement from Makassar to other area in eastern Indonesia such as Southeast Sulawesi, West Nusatenggara, and East Nusatenggara.
Indonesia Moslem Fasion Expo
Participants of a fashion competitions stand on the catwalk during Indonesia Moslem Fashion Expo in Makassar, Indonesia on November 13, 2015. Muslim fashion Industry grows very fast in Indonesia in the past several years. As common fashion, Muslim clothing is changing consistently. Every year, there are many new designers and brands come.
Daily Life in Makassar, Indonesia
Kids plays traditional game at Rotterdam Fortress in Makassar, Indonesia on October 18,2015. This festival was held to introduce kinds of traditional games played by Makassar kids in the past. Many traditional games in Indonesia have been dissapeared in this modern world due to the advancement of technology that offer many games through cellphones and video games. Most of Indonesian traditional games are physical games that can improve child psychomotor learning.
Unjuk Rasa Hari Sumpah Pemuda
Indonesian students stand on a truck during rally in front of Muhammadiah University at Allaudin Street in Makassar, Indonesia on October 28, 2015. University students all over Indonesia hold street rally to commemorate Youth Pledge or ‘Sumpah Pemuda’. They demanded Indonesian Government under President Joko Widodo to increase public welfare, decrease price of basic commodities and inflation rate, and stop nation recent problems such as haze and weak law enforcement.
Makassar Culture Carnival 2015
Kids play drums at Makassar Culture Carnival in Makassar, Indonesia on Nvember 8, 2015. The carnival held to celebrate the 408th anniversary of Makassar City.
Makassar Culture Festival
An iguana licks a bag at Makassar Culture Carnival in Makassar, Indonesia on Nvember 8, 2015. The carnival held to celebrate the 408th anniversary of Makassar City.
Makassar Culture Carnival 2015
Kids blow horns at Makassar Culture Carnival in Makassar, Indonesia on November 8, 2015. The carnival held to celebrate the 408th anniversary of Makassar City.
Eastern Indonesia Forum Festival Day 1
An ethnic music group performs at Eastern Indonesia Forum Festival in Makassar, Indonesia on November 17, 2015. The festival was attended by many civil societies and NGOs from many areas in Eastern Indonesia and became an event to display and study achievement of many smart practices done by local communities based on their local wisdom in order to improve their welfare.
The Eve of Nyepi Day of Silence in Makassar, Indonesia
Indonesian Hindu attend the procession on the eve of Nyepi Day of Silence, in Makassar, Indonesia on March 8, 2016. Nyepi is a Balinese Hindu celebration observed every new year according to the Balinese calendar. Nyepi Day is a ceremony intended to cleanse and purify the souls of the Hindus devotees. Yermia Riezky / Alamy Live News.
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