(Hello There) : Meet Malaysian Javanese


It’s been more than a month for my hiatus from blogging. I’ve lost my focus on blogging and confused what to do. Thanks God finally I’ve got idea for writing again and for now on I’ll write regularly again. Meeting Javanese in Malaysia? Yes, I did! I went to Malaysia between 2-5 December 2016 for…

(Weekly Photo Challenge) : Part of Javanese- Wayang Maker


Wayang or puppet show has already been performed even prior to Hinduism arrival to Nusantara, especially Java. Wayang itself from the word bayang or shadow as it’s only performed its shadow than the real one. Wayang has many various forms depend on region and missions. Wayang was also part of Islam mission in Java between 14-16th…

Weekly Photo Challenge : Gone, But Not Forgotten


When I was still in elementary school, there is a subject I was always afraid of. It was Javanese. Though it’s my mother tongue, but when it was taught at school, I couldn’t follow it as it has got three social dialects which also has different words even in the same root word. But, the…

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge : Two Colors / Dua Warna


Bicolor is sometimes hard Because most of my photos are multicolored. But it’s no problem at all, let me show you several things about bicolor. See here and enjoy here…Not many only some. For this challenge White and blue cloud Black and brown….traditional wooden one Black and brown, wooden traditional door

(Goody Foody Indonesia) : Cheese Satay Fancy Gethuk


Gethuk (pronounced : geutoock) is a traditional typical Javanese, and identical to Javanese itself since a long time. It is a variants of cassava-based food as among Javanese cassava is one of staple food along with rice. Gethuk is made of cooked and mashed cassava, mixed with some sugar, either granulated or brown sugar, and…

(Photo of a Day) : THE HANACARAKA GRAFFITI


I found this graffiti when I was walking around Jl. Sumbing, Semarang. It was interesting as it depicted Javanese character, especially in the word. Those are Javanese writing system called Carakan or Layang Hanacaraka. It is derived from Brahmic script from Southern India which developed into many versions in South East Asia since Before Christ….