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Monday, January 30, 2012

Who is Malay copy?

Just like UK and US, Indonesia and Malaysia have common in their language. Both are rooted from Malay, but there are some differences if you hear accent of those languages. For example, "Saya" (it means "I or Me" in english) pronunciation :

Indonesian pronunciation: Say[a] - saya
Malaysian pronunciation: say[ə] - saye (with lilting voice)

The short History:

The term of "Malay" is derived from the Malay kingdom that ever existed in the area of ​​Batang Hari River. During its development, the Malay kingdom finally succumbed and became subordinate to Srivijaya kingdom. Use of the Malay term extends to outside of Sumatra, following the territorial empire of Srivijaya which grew to Java, Borneo and Malay Peninsula. When Srivijaya fell, Parameswara (descent of Srivijaya King) flee to Malacca after flee from Tumasik (Singapore today) after being attacked by Majapahit empire from Java and create new Sultanate of Malacca.  So, Malay People in Peninsula Malay were descendant of Sumatran people.

indonesia-malaysia nusantara
Nusantara is an old term that written on an old Javanese manuscript Pararaton and Negarakertagama.

Sunday, January 8, 2012

Indonesian Sukhoi Intercepted PNG Jet

TNI: Indonesian National Armed Forces
TNI AU: Indonesian Air Forces

Indonesian Sukhoi Su-27
Two Indonesian sukhoi jet fighters intercepted unidentified aircraft that carrying Papua New Guinea [PNG] officials across the territory of the Republic of Indonesia on 29th November 2011. Interception is conducted by electronic identification by radar and visual identification according to standard procedures.

At that time, Falcon 900 PNG aircraft, returned from Subang, Malaysia, to Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea through Indonesia airspace. The plane was carrying eight passengers, consisting of Belden Namah [PNG Deputy PM] and three PNG senior officials, an Australian citizen, and three citizens of Malaysia.

Thursday, January 5, 2012

Indonesia Open New Diplomatic Relations with Nine Countries

marty natalegawa
Minister of Foreign Affairs (Foreign Minister) Marty Natalegawa in his speech at the Annual Press Statement said that during the year 2011, Indonesia has expanded its diplomatic relations as much as nine countries.

"As a commitment to expand its diplomatic relations with all UN member states, during the year 2011, Indonesia has opened diplomatic relations with nine countries," Marty said in a speech in Ministry of Foreign, Central Jakarta, Wednesday.

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