Jennifer Huang is the chef and owner behind NusaSF. They are a part of La Cocina organization. Friends of Indonesia is able to host this Bazaar because of her. She will serve us classic Indonesian delights, such as 1000 layers cake, Kue lapis, Nastar and fresh made Klepon. She will add one savory dish to her lineup—an Indonesian yellow Rice and Tofu Plate.
Chef Henny Minderman and her husband Amin are the dynamic duo, chefs and owners behind Dapoer Ngebul. They will create a few authentic Indonesian dishes such as Nasi Padang Tumpeng, (Indonesian rice plate with beef Rendang and other sides), Sate Ayam Madura, Empek - Empek (Indonesian fishcakes) and Roti Longjohn (Indonesian Donut). She is from Jakarta, the capital city of Indonesia which located on northwest coast of Java.
Grace Ling and Lionny Natawidjaja are two Indonesian businesswomen that own Indo Culinair en Markt. They will bring Indonesian groceries to the Bazaar. An assortments of unique and delicious packaged goods from the archipelago that has been known as the Spice Islands since the 16th century.
Lili Jiang is the owner and designer behind MyNonika. MyNonika is a web-based marketplace that sells curated products and Batik from Indonesia. She will come all the way from Oklahoma City to San Francisco to showcase her Batik collection. Batik is an ancient art form from Indonesia, made with wax resistant dye on fabric. Batik is very important to Indonesians and many people wear it to formal and casual event.
Febry Arnold from Kirimachi LLC will represent her Indonesian roots with two Indonesian ice desserts, Es Doger and Es Teler. These ice drinks are exactly what you need to complete your adventures with the exotic and delicious Indonesian offerings. Kirimachi LLC is a Ramen restaurant at Embarcadero Center. They are a very community-driven small business that is always willing to support the Indonesian community cause.
Nora Haron is the Director of Culinary behind the new and upcoming SanDai USA Restaurant. Chef Nora Haron has been known in the Bay Area and beyond for her delicious cooking, beautiful presentation and amazing vision. SanDai is inspired by Chef Nora’s diverse South East Asian background, including Indonesia. Her Grandmother is from the island of Java. SanDai will be modern Southeast Asian meals and cafe fare inspired by Singaporean and Indonesian cuisine. The restaurant will be located in downtown Walnut Creek. She will create Jajan in the jar and Gado - Gado with seasonal ingredients for this Indonesian Bazaar.
Gamelan Sekar Swarasanti is a Balinese gamelan orchestra performing throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond in a wide variety of settings. Gamelan Sekar Swarasanti plays traditional and contemporary Balinese gamelan on both the sitting angklung and marching beleganjur sets of instruments.
Dalang is the Indonesian word for master storyteller. The dalang typically tells stories by using shadow puppets in a show called wayang kulit. The inspiration for our logo is known as the kekayon or gunungan, the spade-shaped shield used by the dalang to separate scenes. The images on the shield depict the tree of life and its elements. Our goal is to give Indonesian writers an international platform from which to tell their stories, introduce them to new readers, and make Indonesian literature more available to the international community. Dalang Publishing is not commited to any political partisanship, ethnicity, or religion. Dalang Publishing books are distributed to the trade by Ingram Book Company as well as Baker & Taylor, and also available from our website www.dalangpublishing.com, IndieBound Bookstores, Barnes & Noble, Brodart and Amazon. E-books editions are available from Amazon.
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