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Children’s gamelan parade

  • Girls compete in a plank race during the Children’s Gamelan Parade this year in Yogyakarta.  JP/ Aditya Sagita

    Girls compete in a plank race during the Children’s Gamelan Parade this year in Yogyakarta. JP/ Aditya Sagita

  • Children race while wearing half coconut shells on their feet, connected to string, in the egrang batok game during the event in Yogyakarta.  JP/ Aditya Sagita

    Children race while wearing half coconut shells on their feet, connected to string, in the egrang batok game during the event in Yogyakarta. JP/ Aditya Sagita

  • Participants of the parade perform a bamboo dance. In Yogyakarta, the traditional dance is called bambu geprak.  JP/ Aditya Sagita

    Participants of the parade perform a bamboo dance. In Yogyakarta, the traditional dance is called bambu geprak. JP/ Aditya Sagita

  • Children wearing traditional costumes play boi-boian, a game requiring two groups of at least five children. The game involves using a ball of crumpled paper to hit a pyramid of cans.  JP/ Aditya Sagita

    Children wearing traditional costumes play boi-boian, a game requiring two groups of at least five children. The game involves using a ball of crumpled paper to hit a pyramid of cans. JP/ Aditya Sagita

  • Two girls play mancala using coconut shells during the ninth Children’s Gamelan Parade in Yogyakarta.  JP/ Aditya Sagita

    Two girls play mancala using coconut shells during the ninth Children’s Gamelan Parade in Yogyakarta. JP/ Aditya Sagita

  • Boys compete in a stilt race during the event run by Sanata Dharma University in Yogyakarta to encourage experiential play.  JP/ Aditya Sagita

    Boys compete in a stilt race during the event run by Sanata Dharma University in Yogyakarta to encourage experiential play. JP/ Aditya Sagita

  • Children use bamboo pipes to hit pyramids of cans with bullets made of wet paper or seeds. The game is played by boys aged 6 to 13 years old.  JP/ Aditya Sagita

    Children use bamboo pipes to hit pyramids of cans with bullets made of wet paper or seeds. The game is played by boys aged 6 to 13 years old. JP/ Aditya Sagita

  • Four children play a giant version of the snakes and ladders board game during the parade organized by Sanata Dharma University. JP/ Aditya Sagita

    Four children play a giant version of the snakes and ladders board game during the parade organized by Sanata Dharma University. JP/ Aditya Sagita

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