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The wives of ambassadors from friendly countries promote batik and weaving in Islamabad by attending fashion shows. The exhibition of batik and weaving products was held in front of 50 invited guests consisting of wives of heads of foreign representatives, international organizations and leaders of Pakistan Foreign Office Women's Association (PFOWA) and Indonesian friends in Islamabad on Thursday (18/11). The event was organized by Dharma Wanita Persatuan (DWP) in collaboration with the Indonesian Embassy in Islamabad and the Indonesian Batik company, Alleira, according to a statement from the Indonesian Embassy in Islamabad received in Jakarta,

Founder Leenbenka, Daniel Wijaya responded to Shopee Indonesia's policy of closing access to 13 categories of imported goods from China and South Korea. He assessed that this policy was the right step to generate the economic potential of Indonesian-made products. "I think the policy taken by the government and Shopee's e-commerce is right for the economic sustainability of MSME actors," said Daniel in a written statement, Friday (11/19/2021). Textiles are products that are mostly produced and sold by SMEs in Indonesia.

 

In a mangrove forest in Indonesia, a man moves carefully through vegetation distinguished by its large woody roots, looking for fallen mangrove fruit lying on leaves or floating in the water. Gathering a handful of mangroves that look like long beans, the man, a batik craftsman, returns home to make natural paints from what he brings. Over the past four years, Sodikin (48), and his group of batik makers have switched from using chemicals for dyes to products made from mangroves in order to cut costs and preserve the environment.