Year 8 Geography: Indonesian landscapes
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Year 8 Geography: Indonesian landscapes
The aesthetic, cultural and spiritual value of landscapes and landforms for people, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples (ACHGK049)
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Asia Education Foundation website - resources for the study of Asia and Asian life. For school leaders, teachers and students. Specific sites for China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia and the Philippines. Intercultural understanding and the cross-curriculum priority of Asia and Australia's engagement with Asia in the Australian Curriculum. Interactive sites, emphasis on Asian-Australian linkages. Asia literacy, cross cultural competence, cultural and inter-cultural competence, NASSLP Grants. Online tutorials, discussion group, product catalogue and lesson plans. Produced by Education Services Australia, Australia, as a program of the Asia Education Foundation.
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Encyclopedia of Indonesia‘s coastal land-forms 2010

19.8 Indonesia Otto Ongkosongo1. Introduction ...
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7–10 Geography Foundation to Year 10 Curriculum by rows - The Australian Curriculum v8.1

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Bali Indonesia's Culture, Spirituality, and Scenery

Bali Indonesia's Culture, Spirituality, and Scenery | Year 8 Geography: Indonesian landscapes | Scoop.it
Bali Indonesia offers travelers its eat, pray, love spirituality and scenery in temples, festivals, dances, rituals, rice terraces, and music, Denpasar to Ubud.
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Bali, Indonesia: The Modern Spice Trade of the Spirit.

This is a personal account of Lee Forster, a traveller to the Indonesian Island of Bali.  In this account Forster describes the impact of Hinduism on the Balinese and how this is reflected in their lives, on the cultivation of the land, their rituals and celebrations and their art and music.  She discusses the agricultural art of the rice fields which agronomists rate as one of the most efficient food production systems in the world. There are also images of Bali.

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