Politeknik Piksi Ganesha has collaborated with many International Universities such as Korea, China, Philippines, Malaysia, Japan, Pakistan, Vietnam, Cambodia, India and Canada under Memorandum of Understanding (MoU),in students and lecturers exchange, twinning/joint degree program, research and many more.
Politeknik Piksi Ganesha has also worked both nationally and internationally so that graduates will earn an International Certification from Microsoft, Oracle, Adobe and Autodesk and National Certification from BNSP (Badan Nasional Sertifikasi Profesi) / Board of National Certification Profession.
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The People in Indonesia, coming from very diverse ethnic backgrounds are, generally outspoken friendly and easy to get along with. You will find most of them are nice and relatively tolerant of other cultures.
Five religions are recognized by the Indonesian government: Islam, Protestant, Catholic, Buddhist and Hindu. Mosques, churches, temples are found throughout the country. Although Indonesia has a predominantly Moslem population, some religious holidays of other religions are also celebrated as national holidays.
Indonesia has a fairly even climate all year round. Bandung’s climate is quite cold and humid. The average temperatures range from 23º Celcius at night and early morning to up to 26º Celcius at noon. The rainy season is usually from November to April, with some regional variations. Bandung has the heaviest rainfall from January to February.
Indonesia is divided into three time zones: WIB/Western Indonesia Time (Sumatra, Java, West and Central Kalimantan) is seven hours ahead of GMT. Central Indonesia Time (Bali, South and East Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Nusa Tenggara) is eight hours ahead of GMT. Eastern Indonesia Time (Maluku, Irian Jaya) is nine hours ahead of GMT.
FOOD AND BEVERAGES
With 6,000 islands, there are many regional specialties, but wherever you are in Indonesia, most meals, including breakfast, are based around rice. Indonesian cuisine often demonstrates complex flavour,acquired from certain ingredients and bumbu spices mixture. Indonesian dishes have rich flavours; most often described as gurih (savory which equate to umami) and pedas (hotand spicy), and also combination of basic tastes such as manis (sweet), asin (salty), asam (sour) and pahit (bitter). Seven main Indonesian cooking methods are goreng (frying), bakar (roasting) or panggang (grilling), tumis (stir frying), sangrai (sautéing), rebus (boiling) and kukus (steaming). These are some popular dishes in Indonesia which can be found almost everywhere.
As one of the country’s signature dishes, nasi goreng is definitely Indonesians’ favorite. A plate of stirred fried rice complemented with eggs, prawns, chilli, and veggies will surely make your mouth water. Don’t forget the kerupuk.Fried Rice / Nasi GorengFOOD AND BEVERANGES
Bakso is Indonesian meat balls served in chicken broth soup, rice vermicelli or yellow noodles (depends on your liking), sprinkled with fried shallots, celery, and of course sambal.Meatballs / BaksoFOOD AND BEVERANGES
Rendang Sapi is one of the most popular dishes from Padang, West Sumatra. Padang is known by their delicious meals made from coconut milk. You can make it spicy or mild, depend how you like it.RendangFOOD AND BEVERANGES
Indonesia is a vast archipelago located in the Southeast Asia, between Asian and Australian continents with five major islands; Sumatera, Java, Kalimantan, Sulawesi and Papua. Consisting of 300 ethnic groups that have been living different tradition of civilization, Indonesia is rich of culture and heritage. The warmth of tropical climate and the fertility of its land makes Indonesia is a green home for wide variety of flora and fauna. Here are the most visited places in Indonesia, especially in Bandung:
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