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    Seen & Seen September 2017

      1-9-2017

    Seen & Seen September 2017



    Dim Sum Delights

    The “Yum Cha Festival” at Conrad Bali surprised guests as Chef Simon Leung of Conrad Beijing presented selections of Dim Sum fused with Balinese spices. Chicken Feet Betutu, Babi Guling Puff, Chicken Siomay with Wangen spice and Shrimp Dumpling were only a few of his special creations.

    Seen & Seen September 2017



    Underwater Study

    The non-profit organization Coral Triangle Center (CTC) proudly presents the opening of Center for Marine Conservation, Indonesia’s first ever facility that will educate everyone – from students to professionals – all about preserving underwater life. Aside from training pavilions and a dive training pool, the learning center also has an Escape Room SOS from the Deep to spread the awareness about ocean environment in a fun way.

    Seen & Seen September 2017



    Jazz Nights

    Under the night sky at ARMA Museum in Ubud, “Ubud Village Jazz Festival 2017” showcased a line of talented jazz musicians for two days in a row. Steve Barry, Bonny Trio, Tesla Manaf, Benny Likumahuwa Jazz Connection, Gerald Clayton Trio, and Glen Buschmann Jazz Academy Big Band were only a few of the musicians that made the festival so alive. It was indeed the place to be for jazz enthusiasts to dance and sing along to their favorite songs.

    Seen & Seen September 2017



    Bamboo For Life

    On August 4, John Hardy himself and CEO Robert Hanson planted the one-millionth-bamboo seedling on the ground of John Hardy’s workshop in Ubud. This special event is hosted to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the brand’s “Wear Bamboo Plant Bamboo” program which encourages their loyal customers to fight carbon emissions.

    Seen & Seen September 2017



    Fun Trial

    The first ever “BNI Plataran X Trail” was such a success with 504 runners from 18 countries participating in three different challenges – 7.1K, 25K and 50K. The day started early in the morning at The Octagon Ocean Club within the Plataran L’Harmonie in the West Bali National Park. Among the winners, Ayu Sukarniti from Indonesia won the 25K while I Nyoman Agus Erawan won the men category for the 7.1K. Congratulations!

    Dim Sum Delights
    Seen & Seen September 2017

    The “Yum Cha Festival” at Conrad Bali surprised guests as Chef Simon Leung of Conrad Beijing presented selections of Dim Sum fused with Balinese spices. Chicken Feet Betutu, Babi Guling Puff, Chicken Siomay with Wangen spice and Shrimp Dumpling were only a few of his special creations.

    Underwater Study
    Seen & Seen September 2017

    The non-profit organization Coral Triangle Center (CTC) proudly presents the opening of Center for Marine Conservation, Indonesia’s first ever facility that will educate everyone – from students to professionals – all about preserving underwater life. Aside from training pavilions and a dive training pool, the learning center also has an Escape Room SOS from the Deep to spread the awareness about ocean environment in a fun way.

    Jazz Nights
    Seen & Seen September 2017

    Under the night sky at ARMA Museum in Ubud, “Ubud Village Jazz Festival 2017” showcased a line of talented jazz musicians for two days in a row. Steve Barry, Bonny Trio, Tesla Manaf, Benny Likumahuwa Jazz Connection, Gerald Clayton Trio, and Glen Buschmann Jazz Academy Big Band were only a few of the musicians that made the festival so alive. It was indeed the place to be for jazz enthusiasts to dance and sing along to their favorite songs.

    Bamboo For Life
    Seen & Seen September 2017

    On August 4, John Hardy himself and CEO Robert Hanson planted the one-millionth-bamboo seedling on the ground of John Hardy’s workshop in Ubud. This special event is hosted to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the brand’s “Wear Bamboo Plant Bamboo” program which encourages their loyal customers to fight carbon emissions.

    Fun Trial
    Seen & Seen September 2017

    The first ever “BNI Plataran X Trail” was such a success with 504 runners from 18 countries participating in three different challenges – 7.1K, 25K and 50K. The day started early in the morning at The Octagon Ocean Club within the Plataran L’Harmonie in the West Bali National Park. Among the winners, Ayu Sukarniti from Indonesia won the 25K while I Nyoman Agus Erawan won the men category for the 7.1K. Congratulations!



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