Tuesday, 19 May 2015

Didi Kempot With Javanese Popular Song

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Birth Name - Didiet Prasetyo
Popular Name - Didi Kempot
Born - December 31, 1966
Occupation - singer, producer, musician

Didi Prasetyo or better known as Didi Kempot (born in Surakarta, December 31, 1966, age 48 years) is a singer campursari of Central Java. Didi Kempot is the son of famous comedians from the city of Solo, Ranto Edi Gudel (deceased), better known by the name mbah Ranto. He brothers with Mamiek Podang, senior comedian Srimulat.

Didi Kempot (nacido en Surakarta, el 31 de diciembre de 1966), es un cantante de campursari de Java Central indonesio. Kempot Didi fue hijo de uno de los cómicos más famosos de la ciudad de Solo, Ranto Edi Gudel (fallecido), quien es mejor conocido como Mbah Ranto. Estaba relacionado con Mamiek Podang, un comediante de Srimulat. Didi Kempot que actualmente reside en la zona de origen de Solo.

Stasiun Balapan (1999)
Plong (2000)
 Ketaman Asmoro (2001)
Poko'e Melu (2002)
Cucak Rowo (2003)
Jambu Alas bersama Nunung Alvi (2004)
Ono Opo (2005) 

Didi Kempot Songs
1.         Aduh Mana Tahan
2.         Aku Dudu Rojo
3.         Anggar Bini
4.         Angin Angin
5.         Arum Dalu
6.         Awu Merapi
7.         Bakso Sarjana
8.         Bapak
9.         Bayi Suci
10.     Bojo Gemati
11.     Bojo Loro
12.     Bojo Napi
13.     Burungku Flu
14.     Cemara Sewu
15.     Cidro
16.     Cinta Yang Sempurna
17.     Cintaku Jauh Di Lampung
18.     Cintaku Sekonyong konyong    Koder
19.     Cintaku Tak Terbatas Waktu feat Deddy Dores
20.     Cucakrowo
21.     Dalan Tembus
22.     Dolanan Dakon
23.     Eling Kowe
24.     Empek-empek
25.     Entenono
26.     Gawe Gelo
27.     Gethuk
28.     Hello Sayang
29.     Iki Weke Sopo
30.     Ilang Tresnane
31.     Isih Tresno
32.     Isin
33.     jaket Iki 

34.     Kalung Emas
35.     Karindangan (Prawan Kalimantan)
36.     Kere Kere Mungga Bale
37.     Ketar ketir
38.     kesetrum tresno
39.     Konangan (Ketahuan)
40.     Kopi Lampung
41.     Kucing Gering
42.     Kuncung
43.     Kusumaning Ati
44.     Lampu Mati
45.     Layang Kangen
46.     Lilo
47.     Lindu
48.     Lingsir Wengi
49.     Lingso Tresno
50.     Malioboro
51.     Mantri Suntik
52.     Mas Lano
53.     Mesti Penak N O
54.     Nanggap Campursari
55.     Nagih Janji
56.     Ngalamun
57.     Nglimpe
58.     Njaluk Tombo
59.     Nunut Ngiyup
60.     Nyidam Sari
61.     Ojo Lamis
62.     Ojo Sujono
63.     Omprengan
64.     Ono Opo Awakmu
65.     Padang Bulan
66.     Pancen Jodho
67.     Parangtritis
68.     Pasar Klewer
69.     Penyany
70.     Penyanyi 2
71.     Penyiar Radio
72.     Plong
73.     Pokoke Melu
74.     Prawan Kalimantan
75.     Saputri
76.     Sarinthol
77.     Seketan Ewu feat Yan Velia
78.     Selingkuh   
79.     Kangen Bandungan
80.     Kangen Kowe
81.     Kasetyaning Prajurit
82.     Ketaman Asmara
83.     Keloro-Loro   
84.     Semrawut
85.     Sentir Lengo Potro
86.     Setasiun Balapan
87.     Sewu Dino
88.     Sewu Siji
89.     Sewu Kuto
90.     Sik Asyik
91.     Sir Siran
92.     Sopir No 1
93.     Sri Minggat
94.     Suriname
95.     Taman Jurug
96.     Tangise Ati
97.     Tanjung Mas Ninggal Janji
98.     Tanjung Perak
99.     Tanpo Sliramu
100.  Teles Kebes
101.  Teluk Penyu
102.  Tentang Aku Kau dan Dia
103.  Terkintil Kintil
104.  Terminal Tirtonadi
105.  Terminal Terboyo
106.  Tragedi Tali Kotang
107.  Tragedi Tawangmangu
108.  Tresnamu Koyo Odol
109.  Tresno Kowe
110.  Trimo Ngalah
111.  Tuyul Amburadul
112.  Untuk Apa Lagi feat Deddy Dores
113.  Jatuh Cinta   
114.  Wes Ewes Ewes
115.  Wis Wis Cukup
116.  Wuyung
117.  Yowis Yowis
118.  Yuni Yuni
119.  Jambu Alas
120.  Janda Baru
121.  Janji Palsu
122.  Jembatan Suramadu

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Saturday, 16 May 2015

Teacher's Day Inauguration in The World

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Wong Jowo Around The World appreciate Teacher'day,-  Teachers are an investment for the future of countries. What today’s children will face in adult life cannot be predicted and so the teachers of today and tomorrow need the skills, knowledge and support that will enable them to meet the diverse learning needs of every girl and boy. World Teachers' Day is inaugurated on the different day and date in every country which is Celebrated in over 100 countries, World Teachers' Day acknowledges the efforts of teachers in an increasingly complex, multicultural and technological society. It is a day on which students, parents and community members can demonstrate their appreciation for the contributions that teachers have made to their community. There are some different time of of teacher's day inauguration.

CountryDate of Teachers' DayNotes
AfghanistanOctoberSchools have a holiday, but students and teachers gather to celebrate at schools with special traditional food, cookies, music and presents for the teachers
AlbaniaMarch 7In 1887, the first secular school which taught lessons in Albanian was opened on this day in the small city of Korçë. All schools had previously functioned under the supervision of the Catholic Church in northern and middle Albania; the Orthodox Church in the south did not allow any Albanian schools.
AlgeriaFebruary 28
ArgentinaSeptember 11To honour the memory & work of Domingo Faustino Sarmiento, who died on this date in 1888, in Asuncion, Paraguay.
ArmeniaOctober 4Until quite recently, Armenia celebrated the Teacher's Day on the first Sunday of October. But under a parliament decision to amend the law on the Republic of Armenia Holidays and Commemoration Days, the holiday was shifted to October 5
AustraliaLast Friday in OctoberOn Australia’s celebration of World Teachers’ Day, the NEiTA Foundation and the Australian Scholarships Group (ASG) is proud to announce the national teaching recipients of the ASG Community Merit Awards. World Teachers’ Day was started by UNESCO and is celebrated in more than 100 countries around the world each year. On its 40th anniversary this year, it represents a significant token of the awareness, understanding and appreciation displayed for the contribution that teachers make to education. if Halloween is on a Friday, they have to be scheduled to November 7th.
AzerbaijanOctober 5Between 1965 and 1994, the first Sunday of October. Since 1994, on October 5, it has coincided with the World Teachers' Day (est. 1994 by UNESCO).
BangladeshOctober 4Schools don't have a holiday if it's not a weekly one. Students greet teacher and often send cards and presents. Teachers usually don't teach them from the books, those who do this share their experiences with the students. Students often try to surprise their teachers with anything they can think of.
BelarusFirst Sunday of October
Brunei DarussalamSeptember 23To commemorate the birth date of the 28th ruler of Brunei, Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien III, also known as the 'Architect of Modern Brunei' who amongst others had emphasized the importance of education to his subjects by introducing a policy of 'free' education whereby the citizens are charged very nominal fees for attending schools. This policy has now been followed by the current 29th ruler who has since extended the policy further.
BhutanMay 2Established and marked on the birth anniversary of the third King of Bhutan, Jigme Dorji Wangchuck, who introduced modern education to the country.
BoliviaJune 6
BrazilOctober 15A decree regulating the elementary schools in Brazil. The celebration gained popularity throughout the country, and October 15 was officially designated Teachers' Day in 1963.
BulgariaOctober 5On 29.09.2006, October 5 was recognised as Teacher's Day by the government.
CameroonOctober 5Teachers in Cameroon on Tuesday October 5, 2010 joined the rest of their peers worldwide to celebrate the 17th edition of the World Teachers Day. Placed under the theme, “Nation building passes through teachers”, the day served as an opportunity to pay homage to teachers who toil, sometimes under not-so-comfortable conditions, to build the capacities of human resources for the socio-economic development of the country. Commemorative activities in Yaounde that began in September 29 with educative talks at the Lycée Général Leclerc had round off on Tuesday at the Wada multi-purpose sports complex.
CanadaOctober 5
ChileOctober 16In 1967, September 11 was chosen as "Día del Maestro" ("Teacher's Day"). The date was moved to December 10 in 1975, because on that day in 1945, the Chilean poet Gabriela Mistral received the Nobel Prize. In 1977, the date was renamed to "Día del Profesor" (also "Teacher's Day") and was moved again, to October 16, to honour the founding of the Colegio de Profesores de Chile (Teachers' Association of Chile).
ChinaSeptember 10In the People's Republic of China (PRC), there are some activities for students to show their appreciation to teachers, such as presenting gifts, including cards and flowers. In addition, many former students will go back to their old primary schools, middle schools and high schools to give presents to their old teachers.
The government first proclaimed Teachers' Day in 1985, but has never clearly explained why it should fall on September 10. Some people believe it was an arbitrary choice and have proposed to change it to September 28, which is believed to be Confucius's birthday. On Sep. 5, 2013, the State Council announced a legislative draft endorsing the change. If adopted, it would effectively make mainland China and Taiwan share the same Teachers' Day beginning in 2014. Taiwan has observed September 28 as Teachers' Day since the 1950s
ColombiaMay 15This day marks the appointment of San Juan Bautista de la Salle as the patron of teachers. In 1950, Pope Pius XII granted his approval of La Salle as patron of teachers for championing the causes of modern education. The holy founder understood the education of children as the obligation of all. Usually the schools of his time (1651–1719) only accepted young people studying towards politics or diplomacy. Juan Bautista outlined the principles of free and universal education. That same year in Colombia, the President of the Republic declared that date as Teachers' Day.
Costa RicaNovember 22
Czech RepublicMarch 28The birthday of John Amos Comenius. Czech students nominate the teachers whose approach most motivates and inspires them to the competition Zlatý Ámos (Golden Amos). The coronation of "Golden Amos" take place yearly on March 28.
EcuadorApril 13Celebrated on this date in honour of Juan Montalvo, an Ecuadorian teacher who planted the seeds of development in young minds.
EgyptFebruary 28
El SalvadorJune 22Observed as a national holiday.
EstoniaOctober 5In Estonia last class students grant leave to teachers by conducting lessons themselves.
GermanyOctober 5
GreeceJanuary 30Derived from the Eastern Orthodox faith when the Three Holy Hierarchs and Ecumenical Teachers (Basil the Great, Gregory the Theologian and John Chrysostom) are commemorated.
GuatemalaJune 25A celebration in honour of the teacher Maria Chinchilla who died during a violent riot in protest against the government.
HondurasSeptember 17Celebration in honour of the life of José Trinidad Reyes
Hong KongSeptember 10Before the transfer of sovereignty of Hong Kong in 1997, Teachers' Day was on September 28. After the handover to the People's Republic of China, the day was changed to September 10, which is when the PRC celebrates the holiday.
HungaryFirst Sunday of June
IndiaSeptember 5The birth date, [5 September 1888], of the second President of India, academic philosopher Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, is celebrated day, where teachers and students report to school as usual but the usual activities and classes are replaced by activities of celebration, thanks and remembrance. In some schools, on this day senior students take the responsibility of teaching in order to show their appreciation for the teachers.
Another day set aside for commemorating teachers in India and Nepal is Guru Purnima, also called 'Ashad sukla purnima'. It typically falls in mid-July.
IndonesiaNovember 25National Teachers' Day is commemorated on the same day as the formation of the Indonesian Teachers' Association, the PGRI. National Teachers' Day is not a holiday, but it is celebrated by having a ceremonial activity in recognition of certain teachers, headmasters and other school staff.
IranMay 2Commemorating the martyrdom of Abulhassan Khan'ali, a teacher who was shot dead in a meeting in front of National Parliament during the Mohammad Rezā Shāh era on May 2, 1961. Later the Islamic Republic government changed it to commemorate the martyrdom of Dr. Morteza Motahhari on May 2, 1979.
Israel23 Kislev
IraqOctober 1
JamaicaMay 6Teachers' Day is normally celebrated on May 6 or the first Wednesday in May. In celebration of Teachers' Day, it is common for students and parents to bring teachers gifts. In addition, most schools are closed early (half-day).
JordanFebruary 28
LaosOctober 7
LatviaThe first Sunday of October.In fact, within schools, Teacher's day is celebrated on 1st Friday of October. Usually, part of classes that date are canceled or conducted by elder grade pupil, while teachers are greeted.
LebanonMarch 9Between March 3 and March 9.
LibyaFebruary 28
LithuaniaOctober 5Between 1965 and 1994, the first Sunday of October. Since 1994, on October 5, to coincide with the World Teachers' Day (est. 1994 by UNESCO).
MacedoniaOctober 5
MalaysiaMay 16This date was chosen because on the same day in 1956, the Federal Legislative Council of the Federation of Malaya endorsed the Razak Report, one of four reports of the Education Committee regarding education in Malaysia. The document, known as the Razak Report after Tun Abdul Razak who was Education Minister at the time, has been the basis of education in Malaysia ever since. Although it is not an official school holiday, celebrations are usually held on May 16, or earlier, if it falls on a Saturday or Sunday.
MaldivesOctober 5On October 5 Schools in Maldives celebrate teachers day with many activities, among them children and students will give parcels and gifts to teachers.
MauritiusOctober 5
MexicoMay 15On May 15 (known as Dia Del Maestro) schools in Mexico are supposed to stop normal activities and organize cultural events that promote the importance and dignity of the teachers’ role in society. In reality some schools operate as usual and others take the day off.
The first Teacher’s Day was celebrated on May 15, 1918. The date of May 15 was proposed at the Mexican Congress on September 27, 1917, approved on October 29, 1917 and published on December 5, 1917. There are several possible origins for choosing this date. The first one mentions that in the city of San Luis Potosí every May 15, a group of students gathered to celebrate the birthday of their old teacher Isidore. This teacher was named after Saint Isidore the Laborer, following the Mexican tradition of naming children according the Saint celebrated the day they were born. The second origin considers the celebration of a historic event in the city of Querétaro on May 15, 1867.
Republic of MoldovaOctober 5
MongoliaFirst weekend of October
MoroccoFebruary 28
MyanmarJanuary 16
NepalFull moon day of nepali month AshadThe full moon day is also called 'Ashad sukla purnima' and the day usually falls in mid-July. Teacher's day is called "Guru Purnima" in Nepali, where "Guru" means teacher and "Purnima" means "Full Moon". Celebrating "Guru Purnima" is very old tradition and it is related with ancient Hindu tradition. Among Hindus, the person who teaches "Mantras" during "Bratabandh ceremony" is considered as the real "Guru".
Students pay homage to the teachers, offer them foods and flowers and receive blessings from the teacher. "Gurudevo bhava" a Sanskrit phrase meaning "Be a person for whom the teacher is God" is still widely accepted. Teachers are given the highest degree of respect.
NetherlandsOctober 5
New ZealandOctober 29In 2010 teachers were encouraged to march against recent cuts in government funding by marching in Auckland on Sunday 31st.
OmanFebruary 28
PakistanOctober 5It recognizes the importance of teachers and attributes progress to the quality of teachers in Pakistan's Educational System.
PanamaDecember 1To commemorate the birth date of Manuel José Hurtado, who is known as the father of Panamanian education due to his promotion of modern universal education through the establishment of the first public schools and teachers' colleges in what is now known asPanama— then part of Colombia - aiming to break the vicious cycle of ignorance and poverty that afflicted the vast majority of the population. He went on to be named Director-General of Public Instruction of the State of the Isthmus.
ParaguayApril 30
PeruJuly 6During the independence of Peru, libertador don José de San Martín founded the firstNormal School for Men by means of a resolution passed by Marquis of Torre-Tagle on July 6, 1822.
Many years later, on 1953, the then president Manuel A. Odría decided that Teachers' Day would be commemorated on the 6th of July.
PhilippinesOctober 3By Presidential Proclamation No. 479 to honour more than 500,000 teachers nationwide. However, in the Philippines Teachers' Day is actually celebrated in schools between the months of September and October (mainly elementary and secondary levels). Teachers are presented with orchid corsages by students. Groups of students representing various grade levels perform short skits or song and dance numbers, or read poetry for their teachers in front of fellow schoolmates in school-wide activities. These activities are planned by senior students in the Student Council who coordinate the activities well in advance.
For Filipino-Chinese schools, a program is usually organized by students for teachers on September 27, while September 28, considered as the actual Teachers' Day, is a school holiday where both teachers and students are allowed to rest. September 28 was chosen because it is known as the birthdate of famous Chinese philosopher Confucius.
PolandOctober 14This day is the anniversary of the creation of the Commission of National Education, created in 1773 through the initiative of King Stanisław August Poniatowski. Normally flowers and sweets will be given to teachers by kids. School play and activities can be also scheduled by student body.
KuwaitOctober 5
QatarOctober 5
RomaniaJune 5
RussiaOctober 5Between 1965 and 1994, the first Sunday of October. Since 1994, on October 5, coincides with the World Teachers' Day (est. 1994 by UNESCO).
Saudi ArabiaFebruary 28
SerbiaOctober 5
SingaporeFirst Friday of SeptemberAn official school holiday. Celebrations are normally conducted the day before, where students usually get half a day off. In some schools, students will put on performances to entertain and honour their teachers.
SlovakiaMarch 28Commemorates the birthdate of John Amos Comenius.
South KoreaMay 15 since 1963 in Seoul and 1964 in Chunju CityOriginally it was started by a group of Red Cross youth team members who visited their sick ex-teachers in hospitals. At start its date was May 26. But from 1965, the date has changed to May 15, dated after Sejong the Great's birthday. The national celebration ceremony was stopped between 1973 and 1982 but it resumed after that. On the day, teachers are usually presented with carnations by their students. Ex-students pay their respects to their former teachers by visiting them and giving them a carnation. Many schools now close on Teachers' Day because of the rampant bribery implicit in the expensive gifts often given to teachers. Schools can use the day to have an outing for the teachers.
South SudanDecember 1 (2011-12); October 1 (2013-)The president of South Sudan proclaimed Teacher's Day for December 1st, one month before the country's first Teacher's Day. On September 1st, one month before the country's third Teacher's Day, it was publicly announced that they changed the date to October 1st.
Sri LankaOctober 6Officially the Teachers' Day is celebrated in Sri Lanka on 6 October, every school celebrates the special day.
SpainJanuary 29
SyriaMarch 18
TaiwanSeptember 28Taiwan uses this day to honour teachers' contributions to their own students and to society in general. People often make use of the day to express their gratitude to their teachers, such as paying them a visit or sending them a card. This date was chosen to commemorate the birth of Confucius, believed to be the model master educator in ancient China. In 1939, the Ministry of Education established the national holiday as August 27, the attributed birthday of Confucius.
In 1952, the Executive Yuan changed it to September, stating that it was calculated to be the precise date in the Gregorian calendar. The festival celebration occurs in the temples of Confucius around the island, known as the "Grand Ceremony Dedicated to Confucius" (祭孔大典). The ceremony begins at 6am with drum beats. 54 musicians are dressed in robes with blue belts, and 36 (or 64) dancers dressed in yellow with green belts. They are led by Confucius's chief descendant (currently Kung Tsui-chang) and followed by ceremonial officers. Three animals: cow, goat and pig are sacrificed. The hairs plucked from these sacrificed animals are called the Hairs of Wisdom. In addition, local education institutes and civil offices award certain teachers for their excellence and positive influence.
ThailandJanuary 16Adopted as Teachers' Day in Thailand by a resolution of the government on November 21, 1956. The first Teachers' Day was held in 1957. January 16 marks the enactment of the Teachers Act, Buddhist Era 2488 (1945), which was published in the Government Gazetteon January 16, 1945, and came into force 60 days later. Most Thai schools close for the day to give their teachers a break during the long second term. Many international schools do not, although they may hold celebrations to honour their teaching staff. There are very few public or official commemorations.
TunisiaFebruary 28
TurkeyNovember 24Mustafa Kemal Atatürk thought and stated that "The new generation will be created by teachers." . Atatürk was also considered as the Prime Teacher (Turkish: Başöğretmen), because he adopted a new alphabet for the newly founded Turkish Republic in 1923.
UkraineThe first Sunday of OctoberAt schools across the country, Teacher's Day is celebrated the Friday before the holiday with "concerts" and gatherings, while students usually give their teachers gifts such as flowers and chocolate. On the holiday itself, many teachers celebrate with their families and friends at home or at restaurants or cafes.
United Arab EmiratesFebruary 28
United KingdomOctober 5
United StatesNational Teacher Day is on Tuesday during Teacher Appreciation Week, which takes place in the first full week of May.Students often show appreciation for their teachers with gifts or writing thank you cards. TheNational Education Association describes National Teacher Day as "a day for honouring teachers and recognizing the lasting contributions they make to our lives".
The NEA gives a history of National Teacher Day: The origins of Teacher Day are murky. Around 1944 Wisconsin teacher Ryan Krug began corresponding with political and education leaders about the need for a national day to honour teachers. Woodbridge wrote to Eleanor Roosevelt who in 1953 persuaded the 81st Congress to proclaim a National Teacher Day. NEA along with its Kansas and Indiana state affiliates and the Dodge City (Kan. ) local lobbied Congress to create a national day celebrating teachers. Congress declared March 7, 1980, as National Teacher Day for that year only. NEA and its affiliates continued to observe Teacher Day on the first Tuesday in March until 1985, when the National PTA established Teacher Appreciation Week as the first full week of May. The NEA Representative Assembly then voted to make the Tuesday of that week National Teacher Day.
As of November 4, 1976, November 6 was also adopted as Teachers' Day in the U.S. stateof Massachusetts. Currently, Massachusetts sets the first Sunday of June as its own Teachers' Day, annually.
UzbekistanOctober 1
VietnamNovember 20This holiday allows students to express their respect to their teacher. Students begin preparing a week in advance, and many classes usually prepare literature and art to welcome Teachers' Day, while other students prepare foods and flowers for the parties held at their schools. Students usually visit their teachers at their homes to offer flowers and small gifts, or organize trips with their teachers and classmates. Former students also pay respect to their former teachers on this day. The holiday has its origins in a meeting between educators in communist bloc nations in Warsaw in 1957. It was first celebrated in 1958 as the Day of the International Manifest of Educators; in 1982 the day was renamed Vietnamese Educators' Day.
VenezuelaJanuary 15On this day there are no classes and during the week all the teachers are honoured for their support in building the country.
adapted from wikipedia
YemenFebruary 28

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