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19
June

 

RRI World Service -Voice of Indonesia with Diplomatic Corner, a program which presents information about activities and progress of Indonesian diplomacy in the international world.

The first information is from New Delhi, India.

With happy feeling at around 7 o’clock A.M. local time, Indonesian Muslims flocked Baiturrahman mosque of Indonesian embassy in New Delhi to conduct Idul Fitri 1439 Hijriah prayer which felt on Friday, June 15. Besides Indonesian came to the mosques in New Delhi, other Muslims from other cities such as Aligarh, Gurgaon, Noida, and Lucknow, also attended to voice ‘takbir, tahlil and tahmid’ in a bid to welcome the day of victory after fasting one month. Around 100 Indonesian citizens shared happiness together. After worshiping Idul Fitri payer, gathering at the Indonesian embassy by all Indonesian citizens in New Delhi and surrounding area, was the most waited moment. Idul Fitri celebration at the Indonesian embassy in New Delhi was enlivened by not only Muslims, but also Indonesian citizens who follow different religions. This reflects harmony, tolerance and togetherness which become strength among Indonesian citizens in foreign country. Lebaran typical foods also made Lebaran nuance in New Delhi perfect.

The second information is from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Hard work by the staffs and high officials of Indonesian embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia increased service and protection to Indonesian citizens, got appreciation from several Indonesian migrant workers. One of them who gave the statement was Emma who has worked for 10 years in Malaysia. Emma and some of her friends when having dialogue with RRI in Kuala Lumpur, on Sunday (17/6) admitted that they feel the change of service which has been carried out by the Indonesian embassy in Kuala Lumpur. Emma remarked that now, it is easy for Indonesian citizens in Kuala Lumpur to administer immigration document or other related documents. She viewed that the Indonesian embassy is very responsive to any problems posed by Indonesian citizens in Malaysia, especially if they busy with legal document. Currently, the Indonesian embassy is operating for 24 hours every weekday to serve Indonesian citizens, Malaysian citizens or citizens of other countries who are in Malaysia, and want to administer all immigration documents to visit Indonesia.

We end Diplomatic Corner with the information from the country.

On Thursday (14/6), European commission has updated EU Air Safety List on a list of airlines that do not meet the international safety standards. Thus, the airlines may not operate in European Union territory. Based on the newest list, 55 Indonesian airlines that were on the old list, have been issued from list of flight restrictions in European Union. The revocation was the result of collaboration which was very long among diplomacy, regulatory improvement and Indonesian flight safety standard which have been begun since 2007. Since 2007, European Union imposed a ban for Indonesian airlines to operate from and to the territory of European Union. In 2009 until 2011, gradually Indonesian airlines were revoked from the restriction list, namely Garuda Indonesia, Indonesia Air Asia, Airfast Indonesia, and Ekspres Transportasi Antarbenua. Meanwhile, in 2016, 3 Indonesian airlines were also issued from the restriction list, namely Lion Air, Batik Air, and Citilink. The development has chance to increase national and international trust on Indonesian airlines’ industry, to facilitate, to enhance tourism industry more solidly, and to open up opportunities for the development of the national aviation industry to Europe.

19
June

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Chairman of the Democratic Party who is also the 6th President of the Republic of Indonesia, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono -SBY said that the most important thing in the life of the nation is social justice in accordance with the fifth principle of Pancasila. Therefore, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono called for all Indonesian people not to contradict Pancasila against  religion. The call was made in Jakarta recently. He also said that Pancasila should be implemented, especially the fifth principle, namely ‘Social Justice for All Indonesian People’. Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono also requested that prosperity must be enjoyed by not only certain groups of people, but also all Indonesian people and they all should help each other. One of the dimensions of justice in life is social justice.

Meanwhile, Deputy Secretary of Nahdlaul Ulama for Jember Branch Office, Moch Eksan said in Jember, East Java (10/6) as quoted from NU online that there are still parties who try to contradict Pancasila and Islam. He explained that there is still a good insight about Islam and Pancasila. Some people try to discredit Pancasila and try to replace Pancasila with religious ideology. He perceived that keeping Pancasila means keeping the Unitary State of Republic of Indonesia -NKRI.  Eksan added that the important point of the NU decision is that Pancasila is not a religion, and it cannot replace religion. Pancasila is only a principle or state ideology. While Islam is an aqidah. Although Pancasila is not a religion, its contents are the crystallization of religious values.


In addition, a member of the People’s Consultative Assembly –MPR, Sabam Sirait asked every element of the nation to fight together to maintain Pancasila and the Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia -NKRI. As quoted by Tribune.com during the Socialization of the Four Pillars at Sports Arena (GOR) Bintaro Permai, Pesanggrahan Sub-district in South Jakarta last week, Sabam said that to keep Pancasila and NKRI is very important for the Indonesian nation to remain intact. According to Sabam, loving the nation of Indonesia must be maintained together. He added that keeping the unity among Indonesian people is very important for the sustainability of this country because Pancasila is the only glue of all islands, tribes, and religions.

12
June

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RRI World Service -VOI with 'Let’s Speak Bahasa Indonesia', a lesson in Bahasa  Indonesia or the Indonesian language on the radio,  introducing    some  Indonesian vocabulary and  guiding   you to use them in a conversation.

Let's Speak Bahasa  Indonesia is a collaboration between  Voice Of Indonesia, RRI Foreign Broadcasting Station and the Agency for Language Development, the  Ministry of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia.

Today’s topic is "ANGGAP SAJA RUMAH SENDIRI (MAKE YOURSELF AT HOME)

 

Next I will give you an example of a conversation on

 

“Anggap saja Rumah Sendiri” or in English “Make yourself at home”.

 

Tony lives in Joko's house. Dinda, Joko's wife, will go outside. Dinda wanted to make Tony feel comfortable living in her home.

 

Dinda  :Tony, kami akan ke luar sebentar.

 

Tony   :Oh, ya . Silakan.

 

Dinda  :Kalau kamu mau minum, silakan ambil sendiri.

 

Tony   :Ya.

 

Dinda  :Anggap saja rumah sendiri.

 

Tony   :Terima kasih.

 

I will introduce the expression and vocabulary related to the theme of the day, which is “Anggap saja Rumah Sendiri” or in English “Make yourself at home”.

 

 

Kami akan ke luar sebentar

(2X) Which means

We will be out for a while (2X)

Kalau

(2X) Which means

If

Kalau kamu mau minum Silakan ambil sendiri, ya.

(2X) Which means

If you want a drink just help yourself, ok?

Anggap saja rumah sendiri.

(2X) Which means

Make yourself at home        

 

 

 

If you want to ask friends who visit your home to serve themselves, say, "“Silakan ambil sendiri.”   (2x ) which means “Please help yourself” Then it can be added with the phrase “Anggap saja Rumah Sendiri” or in English “Make yourself at home”.

 

Furthermore, in the dialogue there is the word “kalau” in the phrase which means “if” . "Kalau kamu mau minum, silakan ambil sendiri.” (2x) which means:If you want to drink, please help yourself."

 

There are several uses of the word ‘kalau”, one of them is used in conditional sentences. For example,“kalau saya pergi, kamu akan sendirian di rumah.”(2x) Which means "If I go, you will be alone at home." Another example,“Saya senang kalau bisa pergi ke Indonesia (2x) Which means "I’ll happy if I can go to Indonesia .

 

In the dialog there is a phrase,“Kami akan ke luar sebentar,”(2x) Which means "We will go out for a while," . Do not be confused with the word kamu “(2x) Which means "you" . "Kami" (2x) means “we”.

 

Another example:

 

-Kami akan pergi ke rumah kamu besok. (2x) Which meansWe'll go to your house tomorrow.

 

- Kapankamu akan ke rumah kami?(2x) Which means:When are you coming to our house?

we will provide some exercises, which of course relate to the existing words learned.

This time is to describe your home by mentioning the address, the color of the house, the number of floors (if more than one floor), and something around the house such as trees, fences, or anything else.

Example:

Alamat rumah saya adalah Jalan Jambu no 4. Warna rumah saya putih dengan pagar berwarna hitam. Rumah saya mempunyai 2 lantai. Di depan rumah saya ada pohon mangga.

Send your voice recording in Indonesian: to email address at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . There will be an attractive souvenir for the lucky winner. Winners will be announced in November 2018.

Let's meet again tomorrow with a different topic. Sampai jumpa.

 

 

12
June

EDDY SILITONGA

Published in Music

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Welcome back to Music Corner, a musical segment which introduces you to Indonesian Music, either traditional or modern one. In today’s edition, we present Malay songs. The song was composed by an Indonesian legendary composer Ismail Marzuki, with the theme about someone’s sense of longing. The Malay song was previously performed by a Malayan singer Said Effendi in the 60's era. Then Eddy Silitonga brought it back and helped to popularize it to Malaysia. Through the song, the name of Eddy Silitonga was also populat as the Indonesian malay singer. The song "Di Ambang Sore" was also brought back by Victor Hutabarat, Iis Dahlia and Ikke Nurjanah with their respective versions.

The lyric of the song is like a rhyme and tells about the life of a helpless person. Like the previous song, the song Bunga Tanjung was quite popular between 1970s even popular to the neighboring country. Well listener, to conclude our segment of Music Corner for today, let’s listen to the last song entitled “Seroja” by Eddy Silitonga, composed by Husein Bawafie. This song was firstly popularized by Said Effendi, a Malay music artist.

This song is also increasingly popular with the presence of the same movie “Seroja”. The popularity of this song is not only in Indonesia, but also in Malaysia. The song contains a message, “do not grieve for love”.