The next in our series of National Day celebrations will be held on 4th June; celebrating the Indonesian Pancasila Day.
On June 1st 1945, President Sukarno delivered a speech to the preparatory committee for Indonesia’s independence. He argued that the future of the Indonesian state should be based on Pancasila, Five Principles.
These Five Principles has since become a blueprint of Indonesian nation, and are listed in the constitution of the Republic of Indonesia as:
- The belief in one God
- Just and civilised humanity
- Indonesian unity
- Democracy under the wise guidance of representative consultations
- Social justice for all the peoples of Indonesia
Pancasila Day was only declared a national holiday in 2017, in observance of Indonesia’s first President.
Both campuses will be serving typical Indonesian foods, and there will be displays of some Indonesian artefacts.
- Vegetable Bakwan
- Ayam Penyet with Steamed Rice and Tahu
- Bakso with Noodles
- Gado Gado with Minang Sauce
- Ayam Penyet with White Rice and Condiments
- Chicken Deng Deng with Rice and Mixed Vegetables
- Vegetarian Fried Noodles with Tempeh
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