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Joint Issue Stamp of Indonesia - Thailand

5 May 2016

 

Diplomatic relations between Indonesia and Thailand held since March 7, 1950. The cooperation between the two countries took place in various fields such as economy, trade, science and technology, and culture. This relationship is further extended by the exchange of visits between leaders of the two countries.

In the political field, Indonesia and Thailand as ASEAN founding countries hekp each other and support conflict resolution efforts with neighboring countries in the ASEAN region. When a dispute over the Preah Vihear temple between Thailand and Cambodia at the end of 2009, the Thai government asked the Indonesian government to help resolve the isssue.

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Total Solar Eclypse

9 March 2016

Eclipse, etymologically derived from Greek, ekleipsis, which means disappeared, neglected, became dark. The phenomenon of solar eclipse effect is more pronounced compared to lunar eclipses as much recorded in ancient manuscripts or notes of history of human civilization. Reaction to the solar eclipse phenomenon vary, depending on the culture or beliefs at the time. For example, a solar eclipse is considered a bad omen or the diapperance of the Sun because it is eaten by certain beings. The solar eclipse phenomenon was first described scientifically by the philosopher Anaxagoras of Clazomenae, Greece (500-428 BCE).

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Year of the Monkey

24 January 2016

The story of Hanuman in Javanese Puppetry

Hanuman is the son of Batara Guru and Anjani were nurtured and became the adopted son of Batara Bayu. Anjani is the eldest daughter of Rishi Gotama who curse so-faced monkeys. On the orders of his father, Anjani meditated naked in the lake Madirda. Once, Batara Guru who was passing over the lake, saw Anjani being meditated. The king of the gods in puppertry was amazed to secrete semen which is then rubbed with leaves and thrown into the lake. The leaves drifted to Anjani who the picked up and eaten. These events led to Anjani pregnant. Until the time, Anjani gave birth to a white fluffy monkey named Hanuman. After gave birth, the curse was vanished and taken to heaven as an angel.

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Indonesia Tourism Destination

1 January 2016

The Derawan islands must be everyone's dream of the perfect tropical paradises: warm, isolated islands with soft white sand beaches fringed with waving palm tress, pristine seas that change color from green to deep blue, and an amazing underwater life of giant turtles, dolphins, mantra rays, dugongs and barracudas, stingless jellyfish and sometimes, whales. Derawan is indeed one of world's richest areas in bio-diversity. Small wonder that the Derawan Islands are considered the third best dive destination in the world.

Located just away from the mainland of east Kalimantan in the district of Berau, the Derawan archipelago comprises 31 islands, most well known among these are the islands of Derawan, Maratua, Sangalaki and Kakaban. Here is Indonesia's largest nesting site of the rare and endangered giant green turtles and hawksbill turtles, where one can daily watch turtles lay their eggs in the sand or swim to sea with the turtles. The entire marine conservancy region covers a total area of no less than 1.27 million hectares.

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70th Anniversary of The DPR-RI Stamp Series

29 August 2015

Modern Parliament

Modern Parliament is a parliament which open widely to public to participate in the policy making process. The access was opened primarily through the use of digital information technology, such as websites and social media. Public can give their views/opinion/response about the isuues being discussed, and the results of the decision-making process that occurred in the parliament raapidly (real time). Public participation is opened wide and digital information technology are fully utilized will drive the performance of the function of parliamentary representation is strengthening the system of representative democracy. Members of parliament and institutions are required to be more rational, professional, transparent and accountable.

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President and Vice President of Republic of Indonesia

17 August 2015

Ir. H. Joko Widodo

Familiarly called by name Jokowi (born in Surakarta, Central Java, on June 21, 1961) is the 7th President of Indonesia who took office since October 20, 2014. He was elected along with Vice President Jusuf Kalla in the 2014 Presidential Election Jokowi served as Governor of Jakarta since October 15, 2012 until October 16, 2014, and the Mayor of Surakarta (Solo) since July 28, 2005 until October 1, 2012.

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Singapore 2015

14 August 2015

SINGAPORE 2015 is the 3rd World Stamp Exhibition to be held oin Singapore. It is to be held in conjuction with Singapore's 50th Year of Independence. with the full support and patronage of the Federation Internationale de Philatelie (FIP) and under the auspices of the Federation of Inter-Asian Philately (FIAP).

Singapore last hosted the World Stamp Exhibition in 1995 and the inaugural World Stamp Championship in 2004. Gathering the experience of both exhibitions and with effort to commemprate Singapore's Golden Jubilee in 2015, Singapore managed to bid for the hosting rights of this event successfully. Singpex. Pte Ltd is the appointed organizer for this event.

SINGAPORE 2015 will be held on 14-19 Agust 2015 at Sands Expo Convention Centre, Singapore hosted by Association of Singapore Philatelists.

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23rd World Scout Jamboree

28 July 2015

World Scouting

The Scout Movement is a voluntary non-political educational movement for young people, open to all without distinction of gender, origin, race or creed. Scouting offers young people the opportunity to develop their full emotional, intellectual, physical, social and spiritual potentials as individuals, as responsible global citizens, and as members of their local, national and international communities.

The organization of the Scout Movement at the world level, "World Scouting", is governed by the World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM).

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The Province of North Kalimantan

22 April 2015

North Kalimantan is a province of Indonesia, located in the northern part of the island of Kalimantan. The province is bordering neighboring countries, namely the State of sabah and Sarawak, Malaysia.

Currently, North Kalimantan is the youngest province in Indonesia, officially passed into the province in the House of Representatives plenary session on October 25, 2012 by Act No. 20 of 2012.

The Ministry of Home Affairs set the North Kalimantan as the 34th province on April 22, 2013. Along with the determination, the Minister of Home Affairs, Gamawan Fauzi appointed Irianto Lambrie as Acting Governor of North Kalimantan.

In its history of the lands in the northern part of the island of Kalimantan, including Brunei, Sarawak and largely of sabah are in the mandala of Sultanate of Brunei bordering the mandala of Berau State. Since the Hindu period up to the pre-formation of the Sultanate of Bulungan , what is now the territory of the province of North Kalimantan to the Kinabatanganis eastern Sabah is the part of Mandala of Berau which called Nagri Marancang. But lately, a part of the Northern Nagri Marancang (Eastern Sabah) detached from Mandala of Berau are claimed as due to mandala of Brunei, then by the Brunei is awarded to Sultanate of Sulu and than the Suluk tribe began living in the area. Then the British colonial controlled the Northern Nagri Marancang and the Dutch ruled the Southern of Nagri Marancang (now North Kalimantan province).

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Joint Issue Indonesia and Democratic People's Republic of Korea

15 April 2015

On April1965, the President of North Jorea Kim Il Sung made a diplomatic visit to Indonesia. On the occasion of the visit, the President of Indonesia Soekarno asked Kim Il Sung walked around to the Bogor botanical gardens, a large garden where the growth of various types of plants.

When they walked in the park while enjoying the beautiful atmosphere, Kim Il Sung paused to enjoy the row of orchid species  "dendrobium" from Makassar, Bung Karno directly give the orchid flower to Kim Il Sung. A gift that's at once as a birthday gift for the guests.

Kimilsungia was treated and developed in North Korea. The flower development goes on in North Korea. The process of cultivation in the country not only make the flower continues to grow, it was developed to be more fertile. If in Indonesia Kimilsunga has three petals each stalk, in North Korea cultivated be six to seven petals each stalk.

At that moment, Bung Karno initiative to provide the name of the flower. Came the  name "Kimilsungia", a mix of the name Kim Il Sung and Indonesia. Since then, Kimilsungia enshrined as North Korea's national flower, as well as a symbol of friendship between Indonesia and North Korea. "Flower Diplomacy" a la Soekarno was finally making Indonesia a special in the hearts of the people of North Korea.

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UN World Conference on Disarter Risk Reduction

14 March 2015

International cooperation on disarter risk reduction is far more recent and modest than most other forms of international cooperation beginning only in the late 20th century when the UN General Assembly designated the 1990s the International Decade of natural Disarter Reduction. One core reason for low international cooperation is that the international community has not yet fully grasped that it has been not just natural hazards but risky development practices that created the kind of heightened disarter losses the world has faced this century.

Spurred by the shock of the Indian Ocean Tsunami in 2004, countries came together three weeks later in January 2005 in Japan for a scheduled conference and agreed on the Hyogo Framework for Action 2005-2015: Building the Resilence of Nations and Communities to Disarters (HFA). The main progress made in the HFA implementation has been qualitative, introducing the needed government institutional arrangements, legislation and planning, which is fundamental to the quantifiable reduction of disarter risks in the future. This crucial first stage has been a major shift in mindset from increasingly sisarter prone, non-sustainable development investments, to an understanding that for development to be durable it must be able to withstand the threats posed by natural hazards.

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Indonesian Postage Stamps 1986

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Also available Indonesia Postage Stamps 1985 and 1990

STAMPS ISSUE 2015

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ISSUE  DATE

SERIES

1

4 February 2015

The Year of the Ram

2

9 March 2015

Indonesian Traditional Music Instrument

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4

5

14 March 2015

15 April 2015

22 April 2015

Disaster Risk Reduction

Joint Issue Indonesia and Democratic People's Republic of Korea

Province of North Kalimantan

6

5 June 2015 Environmental Care

7

28 July 2015 World Scout Jamboree, Kirarahama, Japan

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9

10

11

12

13

 

8 August 2015

17 August 2015

26 Agustus 2015

1 October 2015

5 October 2015

5 November 2015

SOUVENIR SHEET

14 August 2015

7 October 2015

ASEAN Community Joint Issue Stamp

President and Vice President

Postal Services

50th Anniversary of the Day the Sacred Pancasila

Raise of the Indonesia Defense Industry

Flora and Fauna

 

World Philatelic Exhibition, Singapore 2015

National Philatelic Exhibition 2015

 

STAMPS ISSUE 2014

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ISSUE  DATE

SERIES

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9 January 2014

General Elections 2014

2

15 January 2014

Year of The Horse 2014

3

4

9 March 2014

1 April 2014

Indonesian Traditional Music Instrument

150th Anniversary of First Stamp in Indonesia 2014

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6

   

7

8

   

STAMPS ISSUE 2013

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ISSUE  DATE

SERIES

1

22 Januari 2013

Year of the Snake

2

20 February 2013

Ratu Boko Palace

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4

9 March  2013

6 April 2013

Indonesian Traditional Music Instruments

60 Years Diplomatic Relationship  Indonesia Mexico 2013

5

1 May 2013

50 Years of Liberation of West Irian 2013

6

2 May 2013

100 Years Ki Hadjar Dewantara's Article "Als Ik een Nederlander was"

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8 May 2013

10 May 2013

150th Anniversary of International Red Cross

The World Stamp Expo Australia 2013

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5 June 2013

14 June 2013

23 July 2013

5 November 2013

Environmental Care 2013

100th Anniversary of Archaelogical Institute 2013

SOS Children's Village Indonesia 2013

Flora and Fauna 2013

 

STAMPS ISSUE 2001 -2012

STAMPS ISSUE .... - 2000

 

THE STAMP MUSEUM

A Look at the Museum Prangko Indonesia - Taman Mini Indonesia Indah

The Stamp Museum stands on a plot of 9.590 m2 and is flanked by two support buildings. The first, covering 204 m2, functions as a reception hall and rest area for guests.

The second, alco covering 204 m2, functions as a post office. The post office provides postal services to visitors to the Indonesian Stamp Museum and sells stamps and other items of philatelic interest.

The Indonesian stamp Museum was established with the aim of providing recreational and educational facilities that would be able to reflect the history of the indonesian people and the beauty of Indonesian culture as portrayed in stamps.

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