Ultimate magazine theme for WordPress.

PYCH under the guidance of BIN gives voice to Papuan culture on the international stage

27

 West Java – Papuan young people from the Youth Creative Hub (PYCH) which is coached by the State Intelligence Agency (BIN) continue to make brilliant achievements on the national and international arts stage.

This time, the Hngateri arts group will bring the richness of Papuan culture to the international stage in the Netherlands. At the 2024 Cenderawasih Festival in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Hngateri will appear with a work with the theme ‘Bird Of Paradise’. 

Their presence is not just an artistic performance, but also an important message about the importance of protecting nature and maintaining Papua’s cultural diversity. 

“We are very enthusiastic about sharing our cultural riches with the world and we believe that through art, we can convey important messages to audiences around the world,” said Frianapatri in his statement to journalists, Tuesday (9/4/2024). 

BIN Deputy IV for Economic Intelligence, Made Kartikajaya, also participated in making Hngateri’s presence on the international stage a success. The support includes arranging visas for the PYCH delegation and collaborating with the Ministry of Education and Culture as the main sponsor of cultural events in the Netherlands.

Not only appearing at the Cenderawasih Festival, Hngateri is also scheduled to participate in various other cultural performances in the Netherlands

With strong enthusiasm and determination, Hngateri is ready to become an ambassador for Papuan culture who brings inspiration to the world. PYCH’s long journey in highlighting Papua’s cultural riches has received widespread appreciation, including from President Joko Widodo. 

Great support from various institutions in Indonesia has also inspired the young generation of Papua to work and achieve at the national and international level.

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.