KHUSUSNYA KEPADA PAK IMRAN HANAFI (beserta staf) – ATASE PENDIDIKAN & KEBUDAYAAN DI CANBERRA YANG MENYEDIAKAN TEMPAT DISKUSI DAN SANTAPAN YANG HEBAT, BERIBU TERIMA KASIH.
Terima kasih banyak juga kepada Ibu/Bapak/Mbak dan Mas yang sudah meramaikan acara bedah buku serta telah membawa makanan yang berlimpah Jumat kemarin. Masih banyak yang bisa didiskusikan tapi karena waktu yang terbatas tidak semuanya bisa tercakup.
Thanks to those who have participated in the discussion last Friday. SO much more can be discussed but we had such a limited time to discus them.
This year the Australia-Indonesia Youth Exchange Program (AIYEP) will take place in Canberra and Brisbane. The organisers of the AIYEP program are interested in hearing from BBI (ACT) members who would be willing to provide a host family experience for a young Indonesian exchange participant in October and/or provide temporary work experience in a workplace such as a school, business, community organisation and government department. AIYEP organisers are looking for both host homes and host organisations in Canberra to welcome AIYEPers into their lives. Details of the host family and workplace experience opportunities may be found in the attached flyers.
Host families are needed from the afternoon of 13 October to the morning of 1 November, 2019
Host organisations are needed from 14 October to 31 October
Should you be interested in providing a place at home or in your organisation for an Indonesian exchangee, please contact the AIYEP project manager directly as follows:
Dr Elly Kent
Project Manager – Australia Indonesia Youth Exchange Program (AIYEP)
AFS Intercultural Programs Australia
PO Box 5, Strawberry Hills, NSW, 2012
Balai Bahasa Indonesia (ACT) fully supports the aims of the AIYEP as a practical and experience-rich activity to strengthen people-to-people relations between our two countries.
The Book Club meeting with Leila & Rain Chudori was well attended. The discussion was preceded by a very yummy Indonesian lunch. We talked about Leila’s Laut Bercerita and Rain’s Imaginary City. There were a number of interesting questions from the audience.