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BALI UPDATE #1095 - 28 August 2017

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Tragic Family Holiday
Chinese Tourist Dies in Pool of a Jimbaran Luxury Resort

A Chinese tourist was discovered dead in a swimming pool at the Four Seasons Resort in Jimbaran.

As reported by Beritabali.com, the body of Zhang Zhing Yan (42) was discovered by his family who quickly summoned a hotel employee.

Preliminary evidence indicates the man jump into a shallow pool and may have struck his head.

Zhang was staying at the Resort with his wife, Xiu Fang Liu (42) and their children when the family decided to swim in the pool that was only 2.4 meters in depth.

After swimming for about 10-minutes, Zhang suddenly sunk to the bottom of the pool. His family was alarmed when they notice the man had suffered a head injury and was bleeding in the pool.

The Chinese Tourist was pronounced dead on arrival at the BIMC Hospital in Nusa Dua at 9:45 pm.

The death remains under review by police.


The Sound of One Hand Clapping
Badung Tourism Promotion Board Chief Wants Regency to Purchase a Commercial Aircraft

The Tourism Promotion Board for the Regency of Badung (BPPD-Badung) in Bali is floating an ambitious plan to purchase an airplane to improve accessibility to Bali and generate a sustaining income for the Regency.

NusaBali quotes the chief of the BPPD-Badung, IGN Rai Surya Wijaya, who suggest that with the Regency managing its own aircraft the source of funds destined for the coffers of Regency would become more diversified and not solely dependent on tourism services. Wijaya made his somewhat surprising statement in a meeting with the Head of Tourism for Badung Regency and the Consul-General for the Republic of Indonesia in Mumbai, Saut Siringoringo in Bali on Monday, August 21, 2017.

Surya Wijaya believes that as a major tourism destination, the Badung Regency should own a commercial aircraft in order to bring more tourists to the Island. He added that the plane could be used to fly to destinations currently not served by existing airlines. By operating flights between Bali and India, the Regency, he insists, will generate enormous revenues for Badung.

“It’s just an idea at this time. If it can’t be done, maybe it could be done in the long terms. The income from tourism is big, so why shouldn’t Badung have its own aircraft. Just set aside 20% of the taxes to buy an aircraft,” said Wijaya.

The Secretary of the Badung Regency, I Wayan Adi Arnawa, compared Wijaya’s ambitions as resembling the sound of “clapping with only one hand.” He said the Regency’s administration is actually focusing its attention on improving infrastructure. Adding: “I am not bold enough to talk about this plan (i.e. the purchase of an airplane) because it represents a very large investment.”

Moreover, he said that any airplane would need professional management. “It’s not just about having enough money. If the plane does not have strong management, then it’s useless,” said Arnawa.

Arnawa said attention by the regency is dedicated to improving the Regency’s infrastructure, including the Airport. He said an extra runway to reduce congestion at the Airport is a much greater priority.

Not mentioned by the Secretary of Badung and the head of BPPD-Badung is how plans to purchase a single aircraft would work under current Civil Aviation Rules stipulating a minimum fleet of 10 aircraft and a management structure filled with qualified management with years of airline operations experience.
 


Mega Tourism Project for North Bali
Province Invites ITDC to Develop and Manage 600-hectare Site in West Buleleng, Bali

NusaBali reports that Bali’s Deputy Governor and Gubernatorial candidate, Ketut Sudikerta, has criticized the imbalance in development between Bali’s North and South.

Sudikerta’s comments were made and a “healthy walk” event” recently conducted by a State-owned Enterprise (BUMN) in Nusa Dua.

In an effort to encourage development in Bali’s North, Sudikerta is offering a 600-hectare piece of acreage owned by the Province in West Buleleng to the Indonesian Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC).

The ITDC operates the highly successful ITDC Complex at Nusa Dua.

Sudikerta said a commitment is needed to develop North Bali. In conjunction with plans to develop the 600-hectare seaside complex in the Island’s North, the Government is also planning on a toll road connecting North Bali – South Bali –  East Bali - West Bali.

The President Director of ITDC, Abdulbar M. Mansour, gave a positive response to Sudikerta’s proposal, saying: “We are very interested proven by the promise of Bali’s South. What’s more, the market in North Bali is still wide open. What’s important is to finalize the legal formalities first.”

In the past, there have been legal disputes surrounding the 600-hectare site in Buleleng.


Relations Both Extensive and Intensive
Indian Independence Day Celebrated at Ubud Reception

Bali’s Governor Made Mangku Pastika has stated his desire for closer cooperation between the Province and India.

As reported by the State News Agency Antara, Governor Pastika, while attending the 70th anniversary celebrations of Indian Independence in Ubud, said: “Diplomatic relations between Indonesia and India have long existed. As a result, not only is the connection strong, but continues to deepen over time.”

Accompanied by his wife, Ayu Pastika, the Governor told those in attendance that a great number of similarities exist between Bali and India, particularly in the areas of religion and culture.

“The Indian Government has contributed a great deal of help to Bali, especially in the fields of cultural development, support for the Hindu religion, and scholarships for Balinese students. There are many high school student at the Bali Mandara School that have benefited from scholarships,” explained Pastika.

Pastika said it was the responsible of the people of Bali and the provincial government to preserve and protect the cooperation in place between India and Bali. In the future, the Governor hopes strategic cooperation will continue to support Bali’s development as an international tourism destination.

Pastika also mused that “Baliwood” or the film industry in Bali can develop and resemble India’s thriving “Bollywood” film sector. Continuing, Pastika said: “As a first step, why not make an Indian film in Bali? Indian films are known internationally. Julia Roberts wanted to make a film in Bali. I would like to take this opportunity to invite Shahrukh Khan to star in a film set against Bali’s natural beauty.”

Responding to the Governor, the Consul-General for India in Bali, R. O. Sunil Babu, expressed his pride to once again celebrate India’s independence day in Bali.

Underlining Governor Pastika’s sentiment, Sunil Babu said Bali and India are very close due to the prevalence of followers of the Hindu religion among native Balinese. He also expressed pride that India and Indonesia continue to work for global democracy.


Don’t Worry, Be Happy
Balinese Rate Higher on ‘Happiness Index’ than Most Indonesians

The chief of the Bali Statistic Bureau (BPS-Bali), Adi Nugroho, reports that the “happiness index” for the Balinese in 2017 reached 72.48 on a scaled of 100.

This is higher than the "happiness index" for Indonesians as a whole that stands at 70.69.

Quoted by the State News Agency Antara, Nugroho said: “The happiness index for the Province of Bali in 2017 is a composite measurement that measures three dimensions: satisfaction, feelings, and meaning of life.”

The last happiness index for Bali was done in 2014 with a reading of 68.46.

The 2017 index increased to 72.48.

Balinese surveyed for the index gave their highest rating to safety and security. Bali got “below average” ratings from the Balinese in the areas of education, work, and household incomes.

The report from BPS-Bali concluded that most Balinese remain optimistic about the future.


Saving the Vanishing Charms of Ubud
Deputy Regent of Gianyar Say Toughness and New Rules Needed to Overcome Traffic Congestion, Street Trash, and Sewerage in Ubud

Ubud, long a darling among destinations in Bali, is plagued by a number of problems that if left unaddressed may permanently damage the reputation of that area as a cultural and artistic center.

RadarBali.com reports that provincial and Gianyar Regency officials are considering making local regulations intended to control growth and preserve that natural charms of Ubud Community.

Among the problems to be addressed in the new rules is traffic congestion, often cited by visitors as Bali’s least attractive feature.

The Deputy Regent of Gianyar, Made Agus Mahayastra, the Regency is confronted by a number of issues including traffic congestion, trash, and a lack of general cleanliness. These all need legal clarification. Mayayastra says he has the concepts for new regulations already in hand.

Begging the question, why only now and what has Mahayastra been waiting for. the Deputy Regent said he would reveal his plans for new rules during the coming electoral campaign.

“I will present them (the laws) and how Ubud must be organized in the future. I will present the concepts as the foundation for rules for the Regency. The character (of the rules) must be mandatory,” sail Mahayastra.

The Deputy-Regent said the problem would not be solved if left to the police and the Department of Transportation. In what could be seen as an effort of self-promotion for the coming election, Mahayastra said Ubud needs a strong and resolute leader. Referring to the popular former Governor of Jakarta, he added: “Ubud is already resembling Jakarta and needs a character like Ahok. Only then can we solve the problems.”

Describing the acute traffic problem now confronting Ubud, the Deputy-Regent described how it takes one-hours to travel the short distance from Teges to Pasar Ubud. Because of this, temporary measures are needed immediately until new regional rules can be drafted and introduced into law.

Mahayastra said the new law he will present would address street sales, parking, safety and security, building rules, pedestrian walkways and the conservation of shade trees.

While the Central Government has offered assistance in handling the problem of sewage and wastewater, Mahayastra said the project needs one-hectare of land that must be contributed by the Regency. He said the cost of the land was a great burden for the regency.

Officials point out the urgent need to fix the many problems, including traffic congestion, afflicting Ubud in order to preserve and protect the Community’s role as the number one source of tax revenues for the Regency.


Woe is Winasa
Former Jembrana Regent Sentence for Corruption Doubled on Final Appeal to the Supreme Court.

The Indonesian Supreme Court has issued a final ruling in the appeal of the sentences handed down to the former Regent of Jembrana, I Gede Winasa, found guilty of corrupting scholarship funds for a Health Academy (STIKES) and a Computer Technology Academy (STITNA).

On appeal, the once all powerful Winasa saw the sentence of the lower courts doubled to 7-years.

As reported by Balipost.com, this was the second corruption case brought against the former Regent of Jembrana. Earlier, Winasa served a sentence of 2.5 years for the corruption of public funds intended for a compost project in Jembrana.

State Prosecutors are now waiting for the final paperwork and a decision on an appropriate prison at which Winasa can begin serving his 7-year sentence.

Winasa’s troubled legal sojourn continues. He is still undergoing a legal process in connection with another corruption case involving the misuse of the Regencies travel funds for which he was sentenced to 4 years imprisonment that may be lessened or increased depending on the final decision of the Supreme Court.


Indian Interlude on a Bali Bound Flight
Bali-Bound Qatar AIR Flight Makes Emergency Landing in India When Co-Pilot Collapses in Cockpit

TheHindu.com and the State News Agency Antara both report that Qatar Air Flight QR 964 flying from Doha to Bali was forced to make an unscheduled landing in Hyderabad on Saturday, August 27, 2017.

The aircraft with 240 passengers on board made an emergency landing in India shortly after midnight when its 35-year-old co-pilot fell unconscious due to a suspected heart attack.

The co-pilot was identified as a 35-year-old Romanian, Andre Dinu.

The pilot-in-command contacted air traffic control at Hyderabad requesting emergency clearance to land. On the ground, the co-pilot was evacuated by ambulance to a hospital where he is reported to be in a stable condition.

The flight, with a new co-pilot on board, departed for Bali at 3:00 am.


Smooth Departures and Approaches
Bali Aviation Authorities Seek Public’s Help to Keep Airport Approaches Free of Kite, Drones, Balloon, Lampions and Laser Lighting

The management of Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport is once again seeking public support to avoid flying kites in close proximity to Bali’s airport, saying Bali’s love of kite flying represents a threat to aviation safety.

The State News Agency Antara quotes the head of aviation safety, I Gusti Ngurah Rai Soeminto, who confirmed meetings are being held with villages and banjars surrounding the airport to socialize their safety message.

Like similar warnings issued in years past, this year’s campaign also includes warnings on the dangers posed by drones, laser lighting, balloons and lampions when operated on flight paths in and out of the airport.

Banners repeating these warnings are also being installed in strategic location around the Airport's perimeter.

The campaign seeking the public’s support in preserving air safety involves the Bali Airport Authority and AirNav Denpasar.

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TPA, TPA, Go Away
Contractors Given Deadline of October 2018 to Remedy the Smell and Unsightliness of TPA Suwung.

The Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs, Luhut Panjaitan, has announced the work on TPA Suwung will commence, performed by three contractors, before the end of August 2017.

TPA Suwung is the massive 20-meter-high trash dump located on South Denpasar near the Benoa entrance of the Bali Mandara Toll Road.

A massive work plan for the TPA Suwung site is scheduled for completion in August 2018.

The Minister, quoted by Metrobali.com, said: “Suwung will be completed in 5 years. Earlier in discussions with the Deputy Governor (I Ketut Sudikerta), the Municipality of Denpasar and three regencies - the work will begin next week to landscape the 22.5-hectare TPA Suwung to be completed by next August.”

Three investors are to be given 2.5 years to complere landscaping the eyesore and remedy the stench that is the TPA Suwung. After this period, a Sabargita association representing all the regencies and Denpasar will assume management of TPA Suwung.

The Central Government in Jakarta has made the TPA Suwung Clean Up Project a top priority for completion before a prestigious meeting of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank to be held in Bali in October 2018.

Experts calculate the TPA Suwung currently hold 20 million tons pf trash with an additional 900-1,200 tons added to the rubbish mountain each day.

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World’s Bankers Headed to Bali in October 2018
Bali Targeting to Earn US$90 million for Annual Meeting of IMF and WB in Bali in October 2018

MetroBali.com reports that preparations are in full swing for an important gathering of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Band (WB) who will hold their annual meeting in Bali, October 9-14, 2018.

Some 15,000 delegates representing 189 countries are expected to travel to Bali for the meeting. In addition, some 1,500 journalists from a number of media are expected to cover the meeting.

The October meeting has adopted the theme of using the IMF-WB 2018 annual meeting to advance national economies. And, at least in the case of Bali, this seems to be the case with several major infrastructure projects link for completion period to the October meeting.

The head of the Indonesian Tourism Association for Bali (GIPI-Bali), Ida Bagus Agung Partha Adnyana, reports that the Central Government has committed Rp. 1 trillion for infrastructure improvement prior to the IMF-WB meeting.

Meanwhile, officials calculate Bali will earn an income of US$90 million in room revenues alone with 13,500 rooms expected to be booked by conference delegates.

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In Depth Work Begins
Work Begins on Rp. 1.7 Trillion Transformation of Benoa Cruise Port in Bali

During a visit to Bali, the Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs Luhut Panjaitan confirmed that on September 18, 2017, that dredging work would begin imminently at the Port of Benoa.

As reported by Metrobali.com, the dredging is part of an overall plan to transform Benoa Harbor into an international standard cruise terminal.

When completed, the Port will be dredged to a depth of 12-meters.

By 2019, the Government is planning to host a record number of cruise ships in the 4.8-hectare cruise port.

Current work includes widening the port to 250 meters and dredging to a depth of 12-meters.

The Minister did not discount the possibility that the Port improvements will include the acquisition of 200 meters of land to facilitate the expansion of the Port.

The total cost of the port improvements is put at Rp. 1.7 trillion.

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Exploring Bali’s Wild Northwest
Renovations Completed at NusaBay Menjangan by WHM

Following two years of renovations, NusaBay Menjangan by WHM is now fully open and ready for business.

The Resort’s Lanai Cottages, Villas, and public areas were completed in June 2017 at the only resort on the eastern shore of Bali’s Prapat Agung Peninsula in the West Bali National Park. This unique resort can luxuriously accommodate 36 guests in 14 Jungle and Ocean Lanai Cottages and two spacious beachfront 2 bedroom Villas.

es at the resort include the main swimming pool, WakaBeachClub Bar & Restaurant, Waka Spa, and a Library Lounge.

Located in a pristine corner of Bali, jungle trekking, cycling, nature walks & bird watching are just some of the popular guest activities for those staying at the resort.

An ocean recreation center operated by Blue Corner Dive - a PADI certified dive company, offers world-class snorkeling and scuba diving trips to the nearby Menjangan island, only 10 minutes by boat from the resort’s jetty.

Waka Spa offers the perfect antidote to those undertaking a long trek exploring the National Park. Traditional Balinese and relaxing aromatherapy massages are on offer.

t, lunch, and dinner at the Waka Beach Club Restaurant provide uninterrupted views of the white sandy Kotal Beach, Blue Ocean, and Menjangan Island.

Gede Rudiasa, Operation Manager of NusaBay Menjangan by WHM Resort said: “We are very happy that our resort is now fully rebuilt and ready to welcome our guests to have an amazing holiday and experience the West Bali National Park’s friendly wildlife roaming freely within the resort’s premises.”


Welcome to Devil's Island
10 Prisoners Held in Bali Prisons Shifted to Central Java’s Notorious Nusa Kambangan Prison

10 prisoners from Bali’s Kerobokan and Bangli Prisons were moved on Friday, August 25, 2017, to Indonesia’s “Devil Island” on Nusa Kambangan in Cilacap, Central Java.

NusaBali said the 10 prisoners moved out of Bali’s infamous main penitentiary and the Bangli prisons were comprised of 5 foreignersr and 5 Indonesian prisoners serving time on charges ranging from murder, narcotics and attempted escape from prison.

Among the 5 foreign prisoners sent to Nusa Kambangan were Sayed Mohammed Said (31) from India serving 14 years on a narcotics conviction; Dimitar Nikolov Iliev alias Kermi (43) from Bulgaria serving 7 years for money laundering; Jose Wiliam Salazar Ortiz from Peru serving 6 years for robbing an ATM; Bahman Mirzaei from New Zealand serving a life sentence on a narcotics conviction; and Chang Cheng Weng bin Chang Ling Hong from Malaysia serving a life sentence for a narcotics conviction.

The transfer was done by land in a police convoy operating under tight security with the prisoners in chains and handcuffs. 36 heavily armed members of the Police Mobile Brigade (Brimob) provided security for the convoy.

Originally, 12 prisoners were scheduled to be moved but that number was reduced to 10 due to limited vehicle capacity.

Prison officials say the 10 prisoners were moved to reduce overcrowding at the Bali prison that was originally built to house 350 but now accommodates 1,457 convicted prisoners.

3 of the ten prisoners transferred to Central Java were involved in escape attempts.


Sun-Kissed Blessing in Kintamani
Orange Prices Rebound for Kintamani Oranges

Orange producers living in Bali’s volcanic region of Kintamani are learning to smile again.

Balipost.com
reports that extremely low prices for “Kintamani Oranges” that caused farmers to let their crop rot on the branch have finally started to improve and farmers are now, once again, taking their crops to market.

An orange famer from Manikliyu Village in Kintamani, I Gede Sugiman, said on August 25, 2017, that Kintamani Orange prices have begun to rise over the past week.

“Before, the price of oranges dropped to Rp. 3,000 per kilogram. Now, the price has risen to Rp. 5,000 – Rp. 6,000 per kilogram. Moreover, if the quality of the orange is excellent farmers can earn as much as Rp. 7,000 per kilogram,” said Sugiman quoted by Balipost.com.

The increase in price is the result of stronger demand in the face of diminishing supplies.

The higher price now yielded by planting Kintamani Oranges is considered sufficient to pay the cost of production and yield modest profit for farmers.

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The Cost of Having Fun Set to Increase
Badung Regency Wants to Double the Entertainment Tax to 25%

The Badung Regency Finance and Revenue Agency (Bapenda) and Tax Collection Authority (Pesedahan Agung Kabupaten Badung) are in agreement that entertainment taxes (pajak hiburan) currently charged in Bali are too low and need to be increased.

Balipost.com quotes the chief of Bapenda and Pesedahan Agung, I Made Sutama, saying he is recommending an entertainment tax of 25% - twice the current rate of 12.5%. The recommendation for the tax increase was presented at an official meeting of a Special Committee convened to consider the future of the Badung Regency’s Entertainment Tax.
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Sutama insists that any increase in the Entertainment Tax will not have a deleterious effect on the number of people visiting entertainment venues. Most customers, he explains, come from the middle and upper economic class who will not be deterred by the higher tax rate.

The Badung Regency is targeting to collect Rp. 53 billion in Entertainment Taxe in 2018, while in 2016 the amount collected was Rp. 49.9 billion.

Eager for even more tax revenues, representatives of the Badung House of Representatives (DPRD-Badung) are urging and even more aggressive Entertainment Tax rate of 35%.

Under the current law, in special instances Entertainment Taxes imposed on discos, nightclubs and karaoke venues can be as high as 75%.


Sababay – Bringing Bali and its Wine to the World
Bali’s Sababay Winery Acknowledged by HKTI for Innovation in Improving the Lives of North Bali Grape Growers

The Chairman of the Indonesian Farmer's Union (HKTI), Moeldoko has restated his organization’s full commitment to encouraging innovations that benefit the farming sector. In addition, HKTI also supports the national ambition to achieve agricultural independence.

As reported by the State News Agency Antara, Moeldoko made these comments at a ceremony installing the new board for HKTI for the years 2017-2020.

At the same event, Moeldoko presented awards to three figures that have made major contributions to the agricultural communities in Aceh, Bali and the Regency of Lingga.

nt of Lingga in Riau, Alias Wello, was credited for encouraging investment in the agricultural sector and his diligent conservation of the natural environment.

award was presented the Rahma, the child of a coffee grower who established PT Ketiara in Central Aceh that has taken steps to mobilize woman working in coffee agriculture. Under Rahma’s direction, PT Ketiara has become a global player in coffee production and a leading member of the International Women’s Coffee Alliance (IWCA).

also presented an award to Mulyati Gozali, the Founder and CEO of the Sababay Winery in Bali. Moeldoko credited Mulyati Gozali for substantially improving the quality of life and welfare of grape agriculturalists in North Bali.

Through the introduction of “fair trade” practice, Mulyati Gozali has helped grape farmers escape poverty through substantially higher prices and agriculture extension programs that have helped farmers produce high-quality multiple crops each year. Working with these farmers Sababay now produces wines that are winning awards at prestigious wine exhibitions worldwide.


Kenyans are Kings in Bali
Record 9,000 Runners from 44 Countries Joined Maybank Bali Marathon 2017

The Maybank Bali Marathon (MBM) 2017 attracted a record number of participants for its 6th running on Sunday, August 27, 2017.

In the Full Marathon Open Male category saw Henry Kiprotich from Kenya recorded a time of 02:19:17, making him the overall winner of the race set in the scenic beauty of Gianyar, Bali. Henry pocketed Rp. 189 million for his victory that was handed to him on the winner’s podium by Maybank President Director Taswin Zakaria.

The Full Marathon Open Female division won by Rumokol Chepkanan, also from Kenya, scoring a time of 02:38:38, while the Full Marathon Indonesian National Male title was won by Wiryawan Jaya Subangkit scoring a time of 02:41:53 with the Full Marathon Indonesia National Female category won by Meri Mariana Paijo crossing the finish line at 03:01:54.

The Maybank Bali Marathon 2017 attracted more than 9.000 runners from 44 countries including Indonesia, with the majority of runners from the host country Indonesia.

The number of participants increased 20% compared to last year.


 
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Bali Update #1006
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Bali Update #917
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Bali Update #916
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Bali Update #915
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Bali Update #914
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Bali Update #913
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Bali Update #912
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Bali Update #911
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Bali Update #910
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Bali Update #909
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Bali Update #908
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Bali Update #907
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Bali Update #906
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Bali Update #905
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Bali Update #904
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Bali Update #903
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Bali Update #902
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Bali Update #893
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Bali Update #891
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Bali Update #887
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Bali Update #884
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