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Ira Chuarsa

The Cap Go Meh celebration and the multiculturalism of the people in Tegal

The Chinese Lantern Festivel has been an annual public event in Tegal, Central Java, in which the non-Chinese also participate, as explored by Khaerul Ummah (CRCS, 2004 batch) in his master’s thesis.

Ruwat Rawat Borobudur for conserving a local and a world cultural heritage

CRCS students taking the Advanced Study of Buddhism class accompanied by the lecturer Dr. Gregory Vanderbilt attended the fifteenth annual cultural event of the Ruwat Rawat Borobudur, April 2018.

Field trip to Buddhist temples in Yogyakarta

As part of the Advanced Study of Buddhism course at CRCS, students visited two different Buddhist communities in Yogyakarta.

The Invention of Indonesian Confucianism

A report on the presentation by Evi Sutrisno on Indonesian Confucianism at the CRCS-ICRS Wednesday Forum.

Religions do not climb the same mountain

A review of Stephen Prothero’s 2010 book, “God is Not One: The Eight Rival Religions that Run the World.

Watching Talentime at CRCS: A look into identity

A student’s reflection on the Talentime movie watched in the CRCS’s Religion and Film course.