Bangdung Indonesia Events
The Afro-Asian Conference, popularly known as the Bandung Conference, is coming to an end in Bandang, Indonesia. The International Conference on African Studies and American Studies (ICAIS) was held in Indonesia from 19 to 24 April in the United States of America.
The festival was held last year in May and locals gathered on the Asia-Africa street to join the festival. More than 1,000 people attended the event, most of them from Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Bandung has been brought to the attention of the international community, especially African Americans and Africans from the United States of America.
Another 24 nations came from Asia, Africa and the Middle East. The Bandung conference was co-financed by the US Agency for International Development (USAID), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and UNICEF. Leading contributors to the Bandang conference included the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the World Health Organization (WHO), UNEP and the World Economic Forum (WEF). They included UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, President Barack Obama and President Bill Clinton.
The Bandung Spirit continues to animate and motivate the spirit of South-South cooperation, as can be seen from the number of participating countries from developing countries such as India, China, South Africa and the United States.
The event started in 2011 in Bandung and has achieved excellent results, as it has become one of the most popular events in the city thanks to various unique concepts and events. Up to 100 apparel brands have participated in 2018 and the event has been hosted by some of Indonesia's leading fashion brands including H & M, Zara, Dior, Gucci, Prada and many more. The Bandung Light Festival is held every year and has become a unique tourist icon for the city of Bandang and an important tourist attraction.
It is no secret that Bandung also has some of Indonesia's most popular tourist attractions, and people and families come to it for everything. And all that the city must have.
The city of Bandung is a well-known producer of quality textiles, and therefore the "Bandung Clothing Expo" is held here every year. It is safe to say that Kickfest has become one of the most anticipated annual events in the city. As we all know, it has always been Indonesia's second most popular textile city, after Jakarta, Yogyakarta, Malang and Surabaya.
The organization is smooth, the mood is cheerful and many tattooists will visit the festival and show their shows. The next annual event will be the Bandung International Tattoo Festival, which will focus on the tattoo industry in Bandung City. From deep-fried and fused cuisine to salt and grill, this festival has something for everyone.
For more information, please contact the secretariat of Indonesia MTB Jamboree at 62 - 21 - 57940702 or the Bandung International Music Academy (BIMA). On Saturday, June 3, we will be in the heart of the city for the first time at the International Tattoo Festival.
If you are interested in participating in the celebrations in Bandung for the Lautan Api commemoration, mark your calendar for 3 and 4 June 2017.
If you are planning a trip to Bandung in September, don't forget to put a visit to the Braga Festival on your calendar and book your stay at the House of Sangkuriang in Bandang in advance. Number three is coming to us, if you already have a trip planned for March, you should not miss Bandund's Lautan Api, which takes place towards the end of the first month of spring. This festival commemorates the celebration of the so-called "bandung Lautsan api," a traditional festival of music, dance, food and entertainment. If you don't want to miss this year's festival and parade, make sure you plan your schedule in April or May.
Aswin Sulaeman, Marketing Director for Bandung Tourism and Culture, explained that "1001 Nights" was chosen as the theme for the past year to show the beauty of Bandung by showing its new perspective through ornamental vehicles. The theme was also chosen because it is intended to convey a high appreciation for Indonesian food and delicacies, as well as for visitors to learn about their origins.
He stressed that Bandung is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, with a rich history and culture. He declined to comment on the city's history, culture, religion and cultural heritage, but gave an insight into how it could be a city of harmony, adding, "It's a good example of what a great city it is."
The Afro-Asian Conference, commonly known as the Bandung Conference, is the largest gathering of Asian and African nations to date. The "Asia-African Conference" (also known as the "Bandung Conference") has been held for over 60 years in its classic form and is considered "colonialism" as we know it.
The 3rd Summit will take place in Bandung, Indonesia, to strengthen and promote cooperation between Asia and Africa. Heads of State and Government from Asian and African countries will meet in Indonesia to open the first ever Summit on African Economic Cooperation (AEC).