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Kuta Weekly-Edition 401 "Bali"s Premier Weekly Newspaper"

Kuta Weekly-Edition 401 "Bali"s Premier Weekly Newspaper"

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Volume 7, Issue 401
21 Aug - 27 Aug 2014 (401)
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KUTA WEEKLY
 
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Konnichiwa and Selamat Datang
Japanese Announce Visa-Free Policy for Indonesian Nationals; Indonesia Taking Steps to Reciprocate
Indonesia's Foreign Minister Marty Natalegawa has confirmed that his Japanese counterpart, Fumio Kishida, used a recent visit to Jakarta to confirm that Indonesian passport holders will soon be allowed to visit Japan without first obtaining a visa.
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related crime.Traveling to Bali to participate at the meeting will be experts in law, forensic, health law,
World Association on Medical Law to Meet in Nusa Dua , Bali August 22-24, 2014
The Jakarta Post reports that a World Conference on Medical Law will convene leading forensic experts in Nusa Dua  August 22-24, 2014.The president of the conference, M. Nasser, told the State News Agency Antara that a main focus of the meeting would be law enforcement and health-bioethics and medical ethics.Nasser, who is a ranking Indonesian police official, said, “We aim to discuss the topics because there are a lot of differences in the implementation of health criminal law in each country.”Last year's World  Association on Medical Law (WAML) was held in Zagreb, Craotia.
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In response to the change in Japanese visa policy towards Indonesian passport holders, Indonesia will soon extend the same courtesy of not requiring a visa for Japanese nationals
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visiting Indonesia. Natalegawa added: “In accordance with the principle of reciprocity, we will take steps to allowing the Japanese visa-free visits to Indonesia.”While the Indonesian dates, he assured the necessary changes would take place quickly. “It would be best if this could be done in synchronization with the change in the Japanese change of visa policy,” he said.
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Kuta Weekly
 News Corner 
21 Aug - 27 Aug 2014 (401)
 
Gday again folks and welcome to the weekly. A bit of a topsy turvey week on the island with a rather dark few days after the passing of our good friend Mr Max. I have spoken to many people about the tragic loss and it seems the sentiment is about the same, as far as everyone is concerned. He will be terribly missed. It seems the powers that be want all the good blokes at the minute with the world losing Robin Williams in the last week. It seemed he was making us all laugh with his antics and fantastic comedy and the entire time he was suffering on the inside to the point that he decided to take his own life. Another tragic loss to the family and those left behind all I can say. R.I.P Robin Williams.Moving along and on a much nicer note this week I'd like to introduce one of our newest sponsors to the paper being
“ATITHI”
 which is arguably one of the best Indian Restaurants on the island. The benefits of having Indian chefs and imported spices are something that you really have to try to believe! Mukesh has a wonderful restaurant with friendly staff in a lovely setting. Do yourself a favour and check their advert out on page…… take the paper with you as they currently are running a 10% discount on the food bill if you take the paper with you…now that's certainly worth trying out, you won't leave with an empty stomach and I'm sure it will be on your “to go again” list. Thanks again to Mukesh at
“ATITHI”
 and we look forward to a long and prosperous partnership with us and our readers at the Kuta Weekly.I was boarding my flight back to Bali a few days ago and was having a chat with some people who were at the gates talking about Bali and what I do here, they said that they were avid readers of the Kuta Weekly and really enjoyed the  paper each week and get the online version when they are back in Australia. It just goes to show how far and wide the Kuta Weekly is travelling now. I was also thanked by another gentleman this morning on the obituary that we ran last week for our good friend Max. So thank you to the wonderful people who send us emails and give us kind words around the place, kind of makes the job a whole lot more enjoyable when we get the positive feedback. Don't be scared to drop us an email with some of your experiences here in Bali as we really appreciate it.Ok folks on that note I will say good bye for another week and let you all roll along with whatever it is you do with your time on the island. I hope the most of you stay safe, happy, healthy and always try to remember, obstacles don't block the  path, they are the path. Enjoy Your Week..
Aliasj….
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 News Corner 
21 Aug - 27 Aug 2014 (401)
Bali Safari & Marine Park Seeks God's Blessing on 'Tumpek Kandang' – a Day Dedicated to  Animals
Important in the calendar cycle of Balinese festivals is Tumpek Kandang Day – dedicated to seeking God's blessing on the animal kingdom comprised of both the domesticated animals that share close proximity to man and the animals inhabiting the wild kingdom.Tumpek Kandang fell on Saturday, August 9, 2014, and was celebrated with special enthusiasm at the Bali Safari and Marine Park that is home to 600 animals.Gathered at the Bali Theatre inside the park were a broad cross-section of the Safari Park's residents, including elephants, bearcats, orangutans, snakes and colorful macaws. Two high-caste Bali-Hindu priests – Ida Pedanda Gde Ketut Oka Jelantik Dwipayana and Ida Pedanda Istri Ketut Oka - presided over prayers and rituals to seek God's blessing on all the park animals, ensuring good health and longevity.William Santoso, general manager of Bali Safari & Marine Park explained that it is essential to appreciate the animal kingdom as fellow inhabitants of the planet created by God. “Human life in enhanced by animals and at the park we are fortunate to have a fine collection of exotic creatures for our visitors to experience. Tumpek Kandang has religious significance but also highlights that the Balinese community is aware of animal welfare just as we are at Bali Safari and Marine Park,” said Santoso.www.balidiscovery.com
Bless our Beasts

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