Didik Nini Thowok: Busking for culture, tourism
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM DIDI NINI THOWOK People usually look down on buskers or roadside performers, assuming they are too lazy to work and are content earning a few pennies on the street. But not Didik Nini Thowok, who believes busking can actually serve as a way to preserve cultural traditions and even attract tourists. "Busking can become one of the ways to develop Yogyakarta as a culture-bas...
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