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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Hagras, Hamada Muhammed;
    Country: Indonesia

    With the rise of Tang dynasty (618–907), Ningbo was an important commercial city on the Chinese eastern coast. Arab merchants had an important role in trade relations between China and the West. Ningbo mosque was initially built in 1003 during Northern Song period by Mu...

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Kasdi, Abdurrohman;
    Country: Indonesia

    Walisongo is the most important stake in the history of Islamic deployment in Nusantara. Facts of the history show that after the propagation run by Walisongo, Islam grew rapidly and inspired the development of Islam Nusantara. The idea of Islam Nusantara came from the ...

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Setem, I Wayan;
    Country: Indonesia

    An art has something to do with form and content (shape and the meaning attached to it). When an artist intends to add philosophical value to his creation, he enters two aesthetic exploration spaces; they are the aesthetic concept and the artistic exploration. “The stru...

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Saraswati, Titien;
    Country: Indonesia

    Indonesia has many traditional or vernacular buildings that still exist right now. Those buildings have already functioned partly as tourism asset in their areas, but so many vernacular buildings remain untouchable. Whereas, in the context of tourism, there is cultural ...

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Idris, Muhammad Zaffwan; Mustaffa, Norsimaa Binti; Yusoff, Syed Osman Syed;
    Country: Indonesia

    The emerging concern on intangible heritage in the International arena reflects the fear of cultural homogeneity, diminishing cultural diversity and human creativity. Cultural heritage is a symbol spiritual and intellectual wealth of a civilization, while intangible cul...

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Amirulloh Sain Asari;
    Publisher: Institut Ilmu Al-Quran
    Country: Indonesia

    This paper describes the history and development of tafsir in Southeast Asia, namely Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei Darusalam, Singapore and Thailand, aimed at providing a new discourse to the academic world, that Islam has another treasure in Far Asia, which is known as a...

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Hakam, Saiful;
    Country: Indonesia

    Indonesia, even though state gives a concession on moderate on religious matter, the phenomena shows that the radical Islamic group tries to intervene religious matter in Indonesia. Thus it might dangerous to manage the diversity that becomes national emblem. In this pa...

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Alfirdaus, Laila Kholid; Hiariej, Eric; Adeney-Risakotta, Farsijana;
    Country: Indonesia

    Generally studies on pribumi and Chinese relationship in Indonesia are dominated with conflict perspectives. In fact, in practice, the relationship between the two groups can be very dynamic. Amongst social tension arose between them, there are often stories about socia...

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Christian, Hans; Agus, Mikhael Pramodana; Suhartono, Derwin;
    Country: Indonesia

    The increasing availability of online information has triggered an intensive research in the area of automatic text summarization within the Natural Language Processing (NLP). Text summarization reduces the text by removing the less useful information which helps the re...

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Garcia, Víctor Lluís Pérez;
    Country: Indonesia

    This article aims to analyze three significant examples of defensive walls from South-East Asia made of solid stone blocks (both rock as well as stone-like laterite) and provided with different but equivalent functions –a fortified imperial capital-city (Angkor Thom, in...