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    th10 APPS Newsletter

    th10 APPS NewsletterIssue No.3



    Yogyakartas Traditional Foods

    You may wonder what Kipomeans in the first place. And when

    you get to know that it is a name of

    food you may think that it has

    something to do with Bakpao

    (Buns) and originates from China.

    The name Kipo does sound like

    Bakpao. But the truth is, they are

    totally different in shape, taste

    and origin. It is a local snack from

    Kotagede, Yogyakarta. It is round,small, tastes sweet and deliciously

    piquant at the same time, and

    perfect to accompany your

    afternoon tea. The name Kipo is

    abbreviated from a Javanese

    phrase Iki opo which means

    What is this?

    The other uniqueness of Kipo is its

    non chemical coloring. The greencolor for the paste is made of suji

    leaf and pandanus. While the

    brown color of the enten-enten

    comes from the combination of

    grated young coconut and brown


    Since Kipo does not use any

    preservative, it does not endurefor a long period of time. It lasts

    two days max.

    The food of Central Java is

    renowned for its sweetness, and the

    dish of gudeg, a curry made from

    jackfruit, is a particularly sweet. Gudeg

    is traditionally associated with

    Yogyakarta, and Yogyakarta often

    nicknamed as "Kota Gudeg" (city of


    Gudeg is a traditional food

    from Yogyakarta and Central Java,Indonesia which is made from young

    Nangka (jack fruit) boiled for several

    hours with palm sugar, and coconut

    milk. Additional spices include garlic,

    shallot, candlenut, coriander seed,

    galangal, bay leaves, and teak leaves,

    the latter giving a brown color to the

    dish. It is also called Green Jack Fruit

    Sweet Stew.

    Gudeg is served with white

    rice, chicken, hard-boiled egg, tofuand/or tempeh, and a stew made of

    crispy beef skins (sambal goreng


    Bakpia is food made from green

    beans with sugar mixture wrapped in

    flour and then baked. In some areas of

    Indonesia, the food seemed legit if

    eaten is known as the pia or pia cake.

    Contents bakpia can adapt to consumer

    desires including chocolate, cheese,

    green kumbu, and kumbu black. Bakpia

    well-known one of them came fromareas Pathok (Pathuk), Yogyakarta.

    Gudeg Bakpia


    The combinat ion between

    piquant as well as a bit of sweet and salty

    is the characteristic of gatot. Moreover,

    the tough texture and the rough grated

    coconut add the exotism when you chew

    this food. Just like tiwul which ingredients

    is also cassava, gatot is believed to be ableto prevent gastric pain. In addition,

    consuming gatot can make you feel full

    longer or awet wareg as Javanese people

    would say, because medically the

    digestive system needs more time to

    digest it.


    Culinary hunting in Yogyakarta is

    never ending. The piquant taste of

    rabbit satay and its peanut sauce is

    slightly different from the other

    satays that are more common for

    people like chicken and lamb satay.

    However, rabbit meat has different

    taste and texture, its piquancy is not

    as strong as chicken meat and its

    soft texture is not as hard as lamb

    meat.You can find rabbit satay on

    the restaurants and food stalls in

    Kaliurang tourism resort in Sleman

    Regency, Yogyakarta.

    Rabbit Satay

    if you are on your visit to Yogyakarta , You should try jogjas traditional foods, you had better buy them

    right before you leave.

    And many others traditional food

    in jogja, so come to jogja and

    taste it.

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    Yogyakartas Transportation

    he city has an extensive system of public city buses, and is a major destination for inter-city buses to elsewhere on

    Java or Bali, as well as taxis, andongs, and becaks. Motorbikes are by far the most commonly used personalTtransportation, but an increasing number of residents own automobiles.

    Trans Jogja is one of the local government efforts to establish a full service system

    for the bus passenger. The local government believes that this effort may lead to

    better transportation services. The latest system renews deposit procedure into

    procurement procedure and the bus is arranged to halt in certain location.

    Referring to the high demand of total transportation services, the bus determine

    to operate from 06.00 am to 10.00 pm.

    Trans Jogja Bus

    Trans Jogja Route


    Lists taxi in Yogyakarta :

    1 Arga Surya Alam Perkasa Phone : 5545545

    2 Armada Taxi Phone : 517248

    3 Centris Raya Taxi Phone : 544977

    4 Gunungjati Taxi Phone : 4968105 Pamungkas Taxi Phone : 621333

    6 Pendawa Taxi 447231

    7 Pataga Taxi Phone : 389234

    8 Progo Taxi Phone : 621333

    9 Rajawali Taxi Phone : 512976

    10 Ria Taksi JPhone : 621333

    Phone : 11 Sadewo Taxi 382262

    12 Serasi Autoraya 864567

    13 Setia Kawan Taxi 522333

    14 Tambayo Taxi 512787

    15 Vetri Taxi Puskoveri DIY563551

    Phone :

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    Next Route on the

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    Traditional Transportation

    Becak was one of the three-wheel mode of transportation that

    generally were found in Indonesia. Instead of Indonesia, it also found in

    some of Asia.

    A n d o n g i s o n e o f t h e t r a d i t i o n a l

    transportation in Yogyakarta and surrounding areas,

    such as Solo and Klaten. The existence of carriage asone of the cultural heritage of Java provides its own

    cultural characteristics which are now still continue to

    be preserved.



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    APPS 2011 Information

    Call for Abstract

    Participants are invited to submit abstract for oral presentation or poster exhibition. Abstracts will be selected

    by peer reviewers based on the scientific merit and relevance. Abstract must be in English. Submitted abstracts for

    oral or poster presentation should be original and assorted in the following categories:

    a. Biological Pharmacy

    b. Pharmaceutical technology

    c. Chemical Pharmacy

    d. Pharmacology & Clinical Pharmacy

    Abstract must be submitted in English only. The abstract should be A/4 size (21.0 cm x 29.7 cm or 8.31 inchies x

    11.71 inchies) with all margins set to 4.0 cm or 1.6 inchies. Use Times New Roman, font 12 point size type and single

    spacing. Acronyms should be identified with the first reference. Excluding the poster or paper title, author(s) and

    affiliation (s), the main text of your abstract should not exceed 200 words and also keywords at least 5 words.

    The abstract format should include:

    Poster objective : The purpose of your project or study

    Method : Briefly describe the methods or strategies used

    Result : Summarized specific outcomes

    Conclusions : Discuss conclusions reached, outcomes, or lessons learned.

    Abstract should be submitted by 15th may 2011 to [email protected] to be included in the

    APPS Booklet. All abstract must include the poster title, author (s), school or student organization, country, and a

    summary of the poster content.

    The guideline for abstracts can be downloaded at :

    For All Participants who want to come earlier or stay longer in yogyakarta, you should giveconfirmation to commitee at least May, 15 th 2011

    The deadline for submitting the abstract lof poster and oral presentation is extended until May 15th, 2011

    For Post symposium Tour(PST) participants, You'd better return to your country at July, 11st 2011afternoon