Cultures and worldviews series continues through Shoreline CC: This week, Indonesia

The Global Affairs Center at Shoreline Community College, directed by Edmonds resident Larry Fuell, is continuing its evening series, “No One’s World: Evolving National Identities and Worldviews of people in Jordan, India, Africa and Indonesia,” this Thursday, Feb. 27, 7-8:30 pm, in Room 9208 (Pagoda Union Building). The event will focus on “The World’s Largest Archipelago: Indonesia’s Culture and Worldview.”

The event is described as “a conversation about the history and outlook of the citizens in a country that has the largest Muslim population and is the 3rd largest democracy in the world, with roots in Asia, Islam, and the West.”

Speakers are two Indonesian citizens:

- Anita Sulaiman, consultant and trainer, Inter-cultural Business Excellence; founder and board chair, Indonesia Business Council Greater Seattle; and Board member, Indonesia Diaspora Network, Greater Seattle.

- Diah Satya Darmawaty, co-founder and board member, Indonesia Diaspora Foundation Global; founder and board member, Indonesia Diaspora Network Greater Seattle, and Structural Engineer, Boeing Company.

 

The event is free and open to the public. The campus map is here.

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