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’’See The World’’ Heart to Heart for a Lasting Relationship E

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Spectators watch as fireworks explode over ice sculptures at the 12th Harbin Ice and Snow World display, during the official opening of the Harbin International Ice and Snow festival in the northern city of Harbin, Heilongjiang province January 5, 2011. B N (BTN/rtr)

STABLISHING a close relationship should not be made in a hurry and without ethics. We must know one’s cultural background to which we will establish the relationship. Mutual understanding, respect and appreciation are some important basis in developing a lasting relationship. “Perhaps, more precisely, it is the heart-to-heart relationship,” said the owner of Bali Yuai Mansion, IGK Pujawan, who had good relations for many years with influential people in Fukuoka, Japan. “In Japanese language, such a relationship is known as kokoro to kokoro, meaning heart-to heart,” said one of the tourism figures who also once led the organization of the Indonesian Tour Guides Association (HPI) of Bali Chapter not long ago. From the mode of this relationship, several important commitments had been made and developed mainly in the field of education between Bali and Fukuoka. And some members of Bali’s delegates had already had an opportunity to make a visit to Fukuoka, including the Denpasar Mayor I.B. Rai Mantra some time ago.

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Pujawan, who is also one of the boards of the Denpasar Education Council, then explained that the visit had resulted in a more serious relationship involving the development of education in Bali that would be assisted by Japan. Besides, both parties would continue to maintain the commitment of relationship leading to a (BTN/055) more actual measure. B N

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In this photo released by the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism, divers watch the sinking of the USS Kittiwake, a 1945-vintage submarine rescue ship, off the Cayman Islands, Wednesday Jan. 5, 2011. Contractors flooded the decommissioned U.S. Navy ship to sink it in the waters off the Cayman Islands where officials hope the vessel will attract tourists and fish. B N (BTN/ap)

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Crowd of Tourist Swarming Borobudur Temple

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In this photo taken on Friday, Dec. 31, 2010, the financial skyline is lit while the newly opened Marina Bay Sands casinos, left, tower over the bay area as they await New Year’s day countdown. Singapore’s two huge casino resorts, Marina Bay Sands and Resorts World Sentosa, which together cost more than $10 billion to build, are the crowning jewels of a decade-long effort to diversify the island’s economy toward services such as tourism and away from low-end manufacturing. The casinos have created more than 20,000 jobs, helped attract record visitors and fueled 14.7 percent economic growth last year, likely the second-highest in the world behind Qatar, the Trade and Industry Ministry said Monday, Jan. 3, 2011. B N (BTN/ap)

OMESTIC and foreign tourists remained to throng the Borobudur Temple tourist attraction located in Magelang City, Central Java, through Sunday (Jan 2). It was coincided with public holidays in relation to celebration of the New Year 2011. Operations Head of the Borobudur Tourism Park (TWCB), Pujo Suwarno, in Magelang, said that a large number of visitors remained to make a visit on the holiday of the New Year on Saturday (Jan 1) until Sunday. He said, to enliven the Christmas and New Year 2011holidays, the TWCB organized various activities, including folk art performances such as the kuda lumping, dayakan, simolodro, and so on started on December 25, 2010 to January 2, 2011. On the New Year’s Eve, he said that his party performed a human puppet show on the Aksobya Stage located at the courtyard of Borobudur Temple. Pujo said that a number of activities were proven to successfully attract tourists. He added that the number of tourist visit on December 31, 2010 reached 10,713 tourists consisting of 10,433 domestic tourists and 280 foreign tourists. Meanwhile, on January 1, 2011 the number of visitor increased sharply reaching 23, 082 people where they consisted of over 22,896 domestic tourists and 186 foreign tourists. Based on observation, Borobudur Temple whilh once covered by volcanic ash of the Mount Merapi some time ago had began to be thronged by abundant visitors from the morning. They did not just ascend to the temple to enjoy the atmosphere of the Borobudur Temple, but also enjoyed a host of facilities offered by the management of PT TWCB, including mountain bikes, mini train and some elephant tourist attractions. In addition, visitors could also see a wide collection of the Karmawibangga Museum and the Samudera Raksa Museum (ship museum) retaining a long story of the nation. (BTN/ant) B N

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