INDONESIAN DAY CHARITY BAZAAR

BUDAPEST, 7-8 JUNE 2013


PRESS RELEASE

INDONESIAN DAY CHARITY BAZAAR
BUDAPEST, 7-8 JUNE 2013



    The Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia and the Indonesian Trade Promotion Center (ITPC) Budapest invite parents, children and youth in Budapest to visit the “Indonesian Day Charity Bazaar” at Millenaris Budapest on 7-8 June 2013, full with Indonesian cultural performance entertainments and door prize beside  the grand prize of 2 round trip tickets Budapest-Jakarta-Yogyakarta-Budapest and Budapest-Jakarta-Budapest.

    The opening of the event will take place on 7th June 2013 at 10.00 a.m. with Indonesian traditional opening ceremony along with many attractions and performances from Indonesian and Hungarian artists like folks singer ẤGNES HERCZKU and the AMADINDA Percussion Group. The event is also coloured by a lot of activities for parents and children and adults. Besides the performance of the Vocal Group of the University of Indonesia, there will be traditional dances, games and drawing for children, Indonesian movie screening for children and adult, painting and photo exhibition and many other interesting activities.

    This “Indonesian Day and Charity Bazaar” aims to raise a charity fund to be submitted to the Nyujtsd Segito Kezed Alapitvany in Bekes County at the conclusion of the activity. In addition to it, Indonesian products will be exhibited such as handicraft, art-work, furniture, Indonesian culinary like chicken satay, fried rice, fried noodle and traditional clothes like batik. Visitors can also enjoy and explore Indonesian tourist information through brochures, books, posters and documentary films of Indonesian tourist destinations during the event.


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