It's our supporters who make Balai Bahasa Indonesia Perth so special, so successful.At the celebration dinner on 9 March, a fabulous list of prizes, generously donated by BBIP supporters, was awarded by ticket-draw to lucky attendees. Donors and winners are listed here.
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Inspired by the 10th Anniversary celebrations of BBIP, guru-guru met today to review the language program.
Left to right: Ibu-ibu Theresia, Moya, Karen and Amanda met at the Consulate and decided to add two new classes:
The additional classes take the language program to eight classes. A 33% increase! Further evidence of BBIP's growth over 10 years. All we need now are the students to fill eight classes when enrolments open next weekend. You can help! Spread the word far and wide.…Read More →
Yes, Balai Bahasa Indonesia Perth has been promoting closer ties between Australians and Indonesians for TEN YEARS. It's time to CELEBRATE. ON Friday 9 March 2018.
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PLEASE NOTE THIS IS AN 18+ EVENT - SORRY NO CHILDREN
Friday 9 March 2018.
Balai Bahasa Indonesia Perth will celebrate 10 years of promoting the learning of Indonesian language and fostering cultural links between Australia and Indonesia with a gala dinner at the Nedlands Yacht Club.
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This is exactly what Balai Bahasa Indonesia is about - Australians and Indonesians collaborating to create something new and amazing!
Cerita Anak is an interactive performance designed for pre-schoolers and the adults in their lives
by Polyglot Theatre (Melbourne) and Papermoon Puppet Theatre (Yogyakarta).
WHERE State Theatre Centre
WHEN 23-25 February 2018
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If you haven't already done so, check out the Facebook page of the National Australia Indonesia Language Awards. Catherine Coyne's video story includes Indonesian, Alice Springs, motorbikes and Go-Jek. It is definitely worth watching.
And even closer to home, East Manjimup Primary School submitted this entry to the competition:
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