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Javara and Sekolah Seniman Pangan founder Helianti Hilman arranged a back-to-back Papuan Forest Feast on Aug. 30 - around a week after protests and riots broke out on the heels of a racist attack on Papuan students in Surabaya, East Java – to familiarize Papuan culture through gastro diplomacy.
Papuan chef Charles Toto served an exquisite four-course meal for guests and invitees made from the humble ingredients from the forests of Papua. (JP/ Wening Cahyani Nareswari)
(JP/ Tertiani ZB Simanjuntak)