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Indonesia's Language and Culture

Indonesian is the national language of the Indonesia Republic, home of the third largest population in the world. The language is spoken by over 240 million people living across the Archipelago. Today Bahasa Indonesia has grown popular as the second language for many foreign students, scholars, and professionals.

About Bahasa Budaya

Bahasa Budaya / ba-ha-sa / / boo-da-ya / established since 1999 in Jakarta, Indonesia. In its focus on national and local culture and languages, Bahasa Budaya is regularly practicing the documentation. Bahasa Budaya documented Jakarta from ( 2013-2015), Bedhaya Sapta (2012-2018),
Bahasa Budaya is also documenting local language of Sumatra and Nusa Tenggara, as a web-based dictionary. In implementing the works between documentation and at the same time deliver the language for world widely used, Bahasa Budaya creates language learning program named Lingua Internacional, the language classes for learners to learn Indonesian and English.
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