Arie Parikesit is one of the well-known culinary guide/promoter. Beside enjoys cooking and traveling, he is also actively involved as moderator in Jalansutra, a culinary community, since 2004. Arie is also known by his capacity as a culinary writer and photographer. He turned his passion into a career with Kelanarasa Culinary Solutions which he founded. At PechaKucha, he shares his recent 100 days journey through 34 provinces in Indonesia on exploring this country's traditional culinary.
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BY ROBY BAGINDO
@ VOL 18
ON JUN 24, 2014
Roby Bagindo began developing BAGindo KPS Productions, a production house that focuses on video to support social activism in 2002 and penetrated video production tutorials and podcasts, one of which www.masak.tv.
Indonesia has more than 300 ethnic groups with distinctive characteristics and unique cuisine. Masak.TV try to share this rich diversity through cooking tutorial video. Hosted by young chefs: Tirta Pane, Faisal Lanin dan Alvin Maulana, Masak.TV serves fun, easy, simple cooking for culinary enthusiasts in general and young people overseas who might be missing simple home-cooked meals in particular.
Indonesian Food Channel
BY HARYO PRAMOE
@ VOL 18
ON JUN 24, 2014
Haryo Pramoe has over thirteen years of experience in the world of culinary and kitchen management industry. Unsatisfied with the visual quality of cooking programs on television, he decided to create Indonesian Food Channel (IFC), using YouTube as platform. IFC delivers the best food visual supported by professionals (cameramen, chefs, food stylists, directors) with similar passion on cuisine and culinary art. Chef Haryo believes that through IFC he can promote Indonesian cuisine and tourism more effectively as well educating the young generation to be proud of their cultural heritage. (in Indonesian)
The Role of Media in Shaping Generation and Music Industry in Indonesia
BY RUDYANTO RUDYANTO
@ VOL 19
ON SEP 23, 2014
Berisik Radio took us on a journey on how media have been influenced the thoughts, perceptions, and beliefs of generations and helped shaping the music industry.
BY HELEN MARSHALL
@ VOL 1
ON OCT 01, 2015
"This is their way of life, [doing] a form of traditional community theatre, and not many people go there anymore."
In "Project Tobang" from PechaKucha Night Bexhill-on-Sea, Vol. 1, Helen Marshall reflects on a recent epic collaboration she undertook in Indonesia on a traditional theatre. The resulting rich photographic portraits have been showcased at the Delhi Photo Festival,Kuala Lumpur, Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool and the Horniman Museum, London.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Monday, November 30th, 2015.
La Cuisine Comme Vecteur de Lien Social
BY JOHANNA PESTOUR
@ VOL 29
ON DEC 06, 2016
Johanna Pestour, co-founder of Mamie Food, emphasises the kitchen as a culinary and a social space. With grannies and grandpas cooking their best recipes, authentic dishes are shared between generations to preserve culinary treats and battle loneliness among elderly people.