Students from Japan Learned Indonesian Culture and Nature at P-WEC

students from the University of Hiroshima, Japan, visited P-WEC

More than 20 university students from the University of Hiroshima, Japan, visited Petungsewu Wildlife Education Center (P-WEC) to learn about Indonesian culture and nature (4/9/2013). These students, accompanied by the students of Brawijaya Unversity, were very enthusiastic when they learned how to make ancak, a kind of bowl made from banana stem and bamboo used in traditional parties. Ancak is usually filled with rice and traditional cuisines like tempe, tofu, and chicken.

Other than ancak, they also learned to paint handbags with natural paints made from plants. Some painted flowers, others drew animal, and the rest did sceneries. They got totally indulged in this activity.

To deliver the conservation values to the students, P-WEC's team also palyed a movie with conservation theme. After watching the movie, the students raised  a lot of questions about conservation in Indonesia.

Thank you for visiting P-WEC, students from the University of Hiroshima!

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