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May 31, 2010

National Cars

After more than 60 years of Indonesia independence, there were no nation's work such as cars or commonly called mobnas to be proud of. However, hopes of a national car apparently began to shine after Indonesian production exhibition in 2009 at Kemayoran, Jakarta which is displaying some cars that made in indonesia.

these cars are:

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Piece of history from the Indonesian fighters



Who does not know this one historian, he is renowned for its youth leaders heroism in stimulating the people to resist the return of Dutch colonizers through NICA troops (British and allies). He is Bung Tomo. His struggle began in front of a table radio broadcasts and articles in newspapers. With a loud and passionate speech, he tried to prod Indonesian fighters fighting spirit. This is a piece of the word struggle from him.
The brothers of the people of Surabaya.
Be prepared! Precarious condition. But I warn you once again. Do not start shooting. Only when we shot. Then we'll change it to attack them. We show that we are people who really want to be independent. And for we brethren. We are better devastated than no independence. Our motto remains. Freedom or death. And we believe, gentlemen. Finally, victory will surely fall into our hands. Because ALLAH is always on the right side. Believe me brothers! God will protect us all. Allahu Akbar! Allahu Akbar! Allahu Akbar! Merdeka! 
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Soto, sroto, or coto

Soto, sroto, or coto is a typical Indonesian food made from meat and vegetable broth. The most common meat used is beef and chicken, but also pork and lamb. Various regions in Indonesia have their own type of soup, with different content, such as Kediri Soto soto Madura, Soto Betawi, Soto Padang, soto Bandung, Sokaraja soto, soto Banjar, coto Makassar. Soto was also named according to the contents, for example, soto ayam, soto tripe, goat soup. Soto has many similarities with the soup.


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Gudeg

 

Gudeg is a traditional food from Central Java and Yogyakarta, Indonesia which is made from young Nangka (jack fruit) boiled for several hours with palm sugar, and coconut milk. Additional spices include garlic, shallot, candlenut, coriander seed, galangal, bay leaves, and teak leaves, the latter giving a brown color to the dish. It is also called Green Jack Fruit Sweet Stew. Gudeg is served with white rice, chicken, hard-boiled egg, tofu and/or tempeh, and a stew made of crispy beef skins (sambal goreng krecek).



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