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Malang

A merchant name retained.

(ScStr: dp. : 7,726; 1, 332'6"; b. 44'; dr. 23'11"; s. 10 k.;
cpl. 62; a. 2 4")

Malang, a steel cargo ship, was built in 1898 by Wigham Richardson & Co., Newcastle, England, and during the next two decades she was in merchant service In Atlantic and European waters. Under provisions of a Presidential proclamation, she was seized by the United States at New York 20 March 1918; turned over to the Navy 21 March; and commissioned 2 April 1918 for duty with NOTS.

After loading Army supplies, she steamed in convoy via Halifax, Nova Scotia, and reached Brest, France, 13 May. She operated along the French coast until 10 June when she sailed for the United States. She arrived New York the 26th and prepared for additional cargo runs to European waters. Malang made a second voyage to St. Nazaire, Verdon, and Bordeaux between 9 August and 25 September. From IT October to 8 November she carried minelaying supplies to Barry Roads, Wales.

'Following the signing of the Armistice, Malang operated out of Barry Roads during the rest of the year and carried Shipments of potatoes from Belfast, northern Ireland to French ports. Early in January 1919 she loaded a cargo of mines and ammunition at Brest. galling 10 January, she arrived Tompkinsville, N.Y., the 31st, She underwent voyage repair% and on 5 March sailed for Copenhagen, Denmark, with 300 tons of grain In her holds. She arrived 26 March, thence steamed via Hango,

Finland, to Rotterdam, Netherlands, where she arrived 21 April. Malang remained at Rotterdam, decommissioned there 7 May 1919, and was returned to her owner, Rotterdamsche Lloyd.


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Discovering Malang's culinary traditions

While the Eng An Kiong Temple in Malang, East Java, is a beauty in itself, a recent visit revealed that its basement is also home to a much-loved food court.

Travelers normally head to Eng An Kiong Chinese temple - locally known as klenteng - in Malang, East Java, to marvel at its architecture and history. And rightly so, since it is the town’s biggest temple and having been built in 1825, it’s the town’s oldest too.

On my visit I was lucky to get additional information from local residents to learn about another side of the kelenteng –one that preserves Malang’s culinary traditions.

The klenteng is located in pecinan (Chinese town) on Jl. Martadinata 1, Malang. I found a small food court in one area in its breezy basement that used to function as a parking lot.

The place was crowded despite its concealed location and modest size. Visitors were divided into those who had just finished praying and those who just wanted to taste Malang’s unique dishes.

Several signature dishes available at the temple:

“Rujak cingur klenteng”

Rujak is a traditional fruit and vegetable salad dish commonly found in Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia.

Rujak cingur, meanwhile, is an East Java specialty. It contains various fresh vegetables and fruit such as bangkuang (jicama), young mango, pineapple, cucumber, lontong (rice cake), tofu and tempeh served with petis, a black sauce made from fermented shrimp paste and peanuts.

The special, adventurous - if not a little strange – touch lies in cingur, chewy slices of cooked cow snout.

“Cwi mie afuk”

Cwie mie is Malang’s traditional noodle dish, set apart from other varieties in the country by its usage of minced chicken, lettuce and pickled cucumber.

Cwie mie afuk is handmade egg noodles and wontons and is said to employ an original recipe handed down for generations. The dish is usually sold out after lunch time.

“Heci klenteng”

Heci, also known as ote-ote, is a snack said to have been introduced hundreds of years ago by Chinese coming from Fujian Province. It is a round deep fried cake made from flour and oysters and mixed with either seasoned minced chicken or pork and eaten with the optional chili.

The food stall selling ote-ote also serves ca kwe, lumpia, fried bread and ronde - glutinous balls filled with crushed peanut and served in a hot sweet ginger soup.

“Sate babi klenteng”

A famous pork satay stall sits on one of the corners of the temple’s food court. The satay’s meat is coated with a special barbeque sauce combining salty and sweet flavors with a strong garlic taste and is roasted with the traditional method using charcoal.

Abiau Junior Chinese Food

This food stall offers Chinese-Indonesian items like siomay (steamed dumplings with peanut sauce), steamed meatball, fried rice, noodle soup, tofu in clay pot, lomie-noodle cooked with thick sauce and many more.

Malang is located two hours from Surabaya, the capital of East Java. The city has long been known as a little melting pot where Javanese, Chinese and Madurese culture combine to produce heritage gems.

The temple itself is adorned with beautiful oriental ornaments such as huge red pillars with dragon carvings and tables decorated with amazingly detailed carvings.

Inside the temple is a massive bronze pot where people place incense and a room with a series of gold statues whose appearance is made even more stately with the room’s dim, dramatic lighting.

According to some local residents, Eng An Kiong Temple was built by the 7th descendant of the general of the Chinese Ming Dynasty.


History Of Malang City

Malang City, like other cities in Indonesia in general, only grew and developed after the presence of the Dutch colonial government. Public facilities were planned in such a way as to meet the needs of the Dutch family. The discriminatory impression still remains to this day. For example, Ijen Boulevard in the surrounding area. only enjoyed by Dutch families and o ther European nations, while the indigenous population had to be satisfied to live in the suburbs with inadequate facilities. The residential area is now like a monument that holds a mystery and often invites Dutch families who had lived there to reminisce. (Also read : History of Bogor City)

In 1879, the city of Malang began operating the train and since then the city of Malang had grown rapidly. Various needs of the community were increasing, especially in the space to carry out various activities. As a result there had been a change in land use, the area that had been built had emerged uncontrollably. Changes in land functions undergo rapid changes, such as from the function of agriculture to housing and industry.

In line with the aforementioned developments, urbanization had continued and the community’s need for housing had increased beyond the capacity of the government, while the level of urbanist economy was very limited, which in turn would result in the emergence of wild housing which generally developed around trade areas, along the green line, around rivers, railroads and lands that were considered no-man’s land. After a while, the area became a settlement, and the degradation of the quality of the environment began to occur with all its innate impacts. These symptoms tend to increase, and it’s hard to imagine what would happen if the problem was ignored. (Also read other article at : Rindu Belaian Kasih Ayah)

Overview of Government History

  1. Malang was a Kingdom centered in the Dinoyo region, with its king Gajayana.
  2. In 1767 the Company entered the City
  3. In 1821 the position of the Dutch Government was centered around Brantas
  4. In 1824 Malang had an Assistant Resident
  5. In 1882 houses in the western part of the city were established and the city was set up in the square.
  6. April 1, 1914 Malang was designated as a Township
  7. March 8, 1942 Malang was occupied by Japan
  8. September 21, 1945 Malang entered the territory of the Republic of Indonesia
  9. July 22, 1947 Malang was occupied by the Dutch
  10. March 2, 1947 The Government of the Republic of Indonesia re-entered Malang City.
  11. January 1, 2001, became the Government of Malang City.

TITLE THAT IS CONSIDERED BY MALANG CITY

Because of its beautiful natural conditions, the climate is cool and the city is clean, like the city of PARIS in East Java.

Beautiful natural conditions, charming, clean, cool, calm and adequate tourist facilities are the characteristics of a city on vacation

The peaceful atmosphere of the City is very suitable for resting, especially for people from outside the city of Malang, both as tourists and in order to visit family / family. (Also read other article at : Pengertian dan Contoh Majas Pleonasme)

The situation of the city is calm, the population is friendly, the price of food is relatively cheap and adequate education facilities are very suitable for studying / taking education.

Chosen as the city of Kesatrian. In Malang City a military training center, dormitory and officers’ mess were built around the Rampal field, and in the Japanese era Sundeng airfield was built in the present Perumnas area.

As a city that holds the mystery of the embryo of the growth of large kingdoms, such as Singosari, Kediri, Mojopahit, Demak and Mataram. In the city of Malang, it was also engraved the beginning of Republican independence even Malang City was recorded as being nominated to be made the Capital of the Republic of Indonesia

The ideals that spread the hearts of every city citizen always enliven the corner of the city and every inch of the land of citizens with colorful flowers.

That’s all the post about the History Of Malang City we can share for this occasion. We hope the post about the History Of Malang City above can add our knowledge about Malang City. (Also read other article at : Soal PTS IPA Kelas 9 Semester 1)


Malang 2: Mohit Suri working on sequel to Aditya Roy Kapur and Disha Patani film, confirms producer

The makers of the action thriller Malang have confirmed that a sequel is in the works. Directed by Mohit Suri, Malang starred Aditya Roy Kapur, Disha Patani, Anil Kapoor and Kunal Kemmu, and released in February this year.

Producer Ankur Garg said in a statement given to IANS that director Mohit Suri and producer Luv Ranjan have already begun working on a sequel. “We are thankful to the audience who has shown such a phenomenal response to our film Malang after the theatres, now on OTT. While people are enjoying Malang on Netflix, yes, we are coming up with Malang 2. Mohit and Luv are working on the sequel and more details will follow soon.”

In an earlier interview with Hindustan Times, Mohit had hinted at a possible sequel. “Did you recognise whose voice was there in the last scene? There was an interesting scene in the end, we will come out with the twist of that later,” he had said.

Talking about its success, the filmmaker had said, “Everything was unconventional about it, and then the kind of response that we got is definitely very encouraging. I got responses from people who have probably never watched my films before. In the kind of limitations we had, I think whenever you are confined, your creativity goes to break the barrier.”

Malang tells the story of a young man who goes on a killing spree after getting separated from his pregnant girlfriend in a police encounter.

Earlier this month, Disha shared a picture of her virtual reunion with the team of Malang. She was joined by Aditya, Anil and Kunal on a group video call. “Positive vibes only. Quarantine reunion with my favourite boys,” her caption read. The picture garnered more than 1.4 million likes on the photo-sharing platform.


History

Abstrak: Peradaban Mesir Kuno dibangun oleh masyarakat yang menganut agama politheisme dengan membangun kuil-kuil, piramida-piramida dan makam-makam raja sebagai penghormatan kepada Dewa Amon-Ra. Akan tetapi kegiatan keagamaan masyarakat Mesir Kuno yang politheisme itu tidak berlangsung lama, ketika Raja Amenhotep IV memodernisasikan agama ke arah monotheisme untuk menyembah Achnaton. Kedudukan Amon-Ra sebagai dewa tertinggi masyarakat Mesir Kuno terganti saat modernisasi agama diterapkan dengan pertimbangan bahwa kegiataan agama politheisme menyebabkan masalah-masalah yang terjadi di masyarakat. Penerapan monotheisme yang dilakukan semasa Raja Amenhotep IV mendapat tantangan dari kalangan agamawan atas diubahnya agama yang sudah berlangsung lama di Mesir Kuno.

Kata Kunci: Modernisasi Agama, Raja Amenhotep IV, Tantangan dan Penerapan Monotheisme, Achnaton.

Abstract: Ancient Egyptian civilization was built by people who professed the religion of polytheism by building temples, pyramids and tombs of the king in honor of the god Amon-Ra. However, the religious activities of ancient Egyptian society that polytheism did not last long, when King Amenhotep IV modernized religion toward monotheism to worship the god of Achnaton. The position of Amon-Ra as the supreme deity of ancient Egyptian society was replaced when the modernization of religion was applied with the consideration that the religious activities of polytheism caused the problems that occurred in society. The application of monotheism during the time of King Amenhotep IV was challenged by the clergy over the long-lasting conversion of religion in Ancient Egypt.

Keywords: Modernization of Religion, King Amenhotep IV, Challenge and Application of Monotheism, Achnaton.

Abstrak: Gerakan sosial di Banten terjadi dari akumulasi sejarah di masa lalu akibat adanya stratifikasi sosial di dalam sistem sosial masyarakat Banten. Ketika masa pendudukan Jepang, orang-orang yang menduduki jabatan pemerintahan lokal di Banten terdiri dari etnis Pasundan dan orang Jepang untuk menjaga kepentingan pemerintah militer Jepang disana. Akibatnya, saat Indonesia merdeka tahun 1945, riak revolusi sosial di daerah-daerah menyebar hingga Banten. Kaum revolusioner menuntut pergantian elit lokal dengan " putra daerah " Banten karena etnis Banten selama ini berada di strata kedua di dalam arus sejarah. Tuntutan ini menjadi gerakan sosial yang radikal dilakukan oleh kelompok kiri [komunis] pimpinan Ce Mamat membentuk pemerintahan tandingan dari Komite Nasional Indonesia Daerah (KNID). Korban dan hata benda berjatuhan sehingga pemerintah mengirim Divisi Siliwangi ke Banten untuk meredam pemberontakan.

Kata-kata Kunci: gerakan sosial, Banten, dan konflik lokal.

Abstract: Social movement in Banten occurred from the accumulation of history in the past due to social stratification within the social system of Banten society. During the Japanese occupation period, people occupying local government positions in Banten consisted of ethnic Pasundan and Japanese to safeguard the interests of the Japanese military government there. As a result, when Indonesia gained its independence in 1945, the ripple of social revolution in the regions spread to Banten. The revolutionaries demanded the turn of the local elite with the "sons of the region" of Banten because the Banten ethnic group had been in the second strata in the flow of history. This demand became a radical social movement carried out by the leftist group [communist] chairman Ce Mamat formed a counter-government of the Komite Nasional Indonesia Daerah (KNID). Victims and objects falling so the government sent Siliwangi Division to Banten to quell the rebellion.


The History of Apple Malang, Here Is Its Origins

NUSADAILY.COM-MALANG- Malang and Batu City are known as The City of Apple. Because indeed in Indonesia at that time the apple could only be found in the region around Malang.

According to Suhariyono from the Indonesian Citrus and Subtropical Fruit Research Institute for Agricultural Research and Development as published in http://balitjestro.litbang.pertanian.go.id/, apple first entered Indonesia around the 1930s that brought by the Dutch from Australia then plant it in the Nongkojajar area (Pasuruan Regency).

In 1953, the People’s Plantations Section (now: Horticultural Research Institute) brought in several types of apples from abroad, including Rome Beauty and Princess Noble. Furthermore, since 1960 apple plants have been widely planted in Malang and Batu to replace orange plants that have been attacked by a disease. Since then the apple plant continues to grow until now in the highlands of Batu City, Poncokusumo (Malang Regency) and Nongkojajar (Pasuruan Regency).

Apple’s heyday peaked in the 1970s. The Indonesian Citrus and Subtropical Fruit Research Institute (Balitjestro) currently has a collection of about 73 varieties of apple germplasm, of which there are 10 hope apple varieties.

However, in other literature, the history of apples in Indonesia began when imported from Australia in 1934 and was first planted in Tebo Pujon Village in Malang Regency by 20 varieties (Kusumo and Surahmat, 1974) and in its development Batu, Malang and Nongkojajar Pasuruhan East Java became areas Apple production centers in Indonesia where apple crops have been cultivated by farmers around 1950.

After 1960 the apple plant continued to grow rapidly (Wahyudu T, 1980). During the years 1984 – 1988 apple plants in East Java showed rapid development, in 1984 7,303,372 trees were growing to 9,047,276 trees in 1988 or an increase of 4.7% each year.

While production increased from 146,690 tons in 1984 to 275,065 tons in 1988, an increase of 17.5% annually (Puji Santoso et al, 1991). From the data of the agriculture service (2008), before 2000 the number of apples in Batu was 3,107,195 trees. This amount produces 147 thousand tons of fruit per year. However, in 2004 it decreased to 1 million trees. In 2004 apple trees numbered 2 million trees and only produced productivity of 46 thousand tons per year.

As the rapid development of apples in East Java, the development also emerges various pests and major diseases of apple plants which most of the pests can be overcome by farmers but the disease always appears one after another. Among these are the diseases of Powdery Mildew (0idium sp.) which caused by the fungus Prospera leucotricha (Junell L, 1967) had appeared in Indonesia in the 1960s since large-scale apple plants were cultivated (Sastrahidayat I.I, 1983).

In 1985 in the Batu Malang area it was reported that almost 90 percent of the Apple plants in Batu was attacked by this fungus with an intensity of up to 54.45 percent and reduced production by 50%. (Aka)


Malang ScStr - History

The history of Malang Regency yang padanya terdapat Sewa Mobil Malang by NAYFA Group could be revealed through the Dinoyo inscription 760 AD as the primary official document to support the birth of Malang before a new inscription was discovered in 1986, which is so far not yet revealed. According to the inscription, it was concluded that the 8th century was the beginning of the existence of Malang Regency's government due to the birth of King Gajayana's ruling of his kingdom in Malang. From the Dinoyo inscriptions, it is noted that the inscription used the "Candra Sengkala" or "Cronogram" Calendar, and stated that the birth date of Malang Regency was on Jum'at Legi (sweet Friday) of 28 November 760 AD.

The city was capital city of Singhasari in 1222, then transferred to Dutch colony. Malang was modernized under the Dutch its mild climate which results from its elevation, along with its proximity to the major port of Surabaya, made it a popular destination for the Dutch and other Europeans. In 1879, Malang was connected to Java's railroad network, further increasing development and leading to increased industrialization.

Along with growth came urbanization. The government could not satisfy the population’s needs for affordable housing, which lead to the building of shanty towns along the rivers and rail tracks. Today, the shanty towns still exist although some have been transformed into “better” housing.

The etymology of the name Malang is uncertain. One of the theory said that the name Malang is derived from the words Malangkucecwara which means "God has destroyed the false and enforced the right". The words was taken from an ancient term which mention a legendary temple called Malangkucecwara supposedly located near the city Malang. The word Malangkucecwara was applied as the motto of the city of Malang.

Malang has a total area of 252.136 km2. Malang City is an enclave located within Malang Regency. Brantas River flows through the city, as well as Amprong and Metro Rivers.

Malang is served by the Abdul Rachman Saleh Airport, a domestic airport with flights to Jakarta and Bali. Connection to another city will be available in the near future.


Malang movie review: Aditya Roy Kapur, Disha Patani’s film is a missed opportunity

Just like the non-linear Malang, I don’t know where to start its review. Its plot, narrative, characters, climax and multitude of twists and turns are a heady mix and honestly, too much to take at one go.

Malang begins with a high voltage fight sequence and soon Aditya Roy Kapur goes on a killing spree then a flashback as we are familiarized with Aditya and Disha Patani’s love story cut to the present day where he’s again killing cops and wham, we are back in the past. A series of events unfold to reveal the climax. Yes, that’s pretty much the order in which the film tries to keep you invested.

Watch the Malang trailer here

Director Mohit Suri, who has earlier helmed Kalyug, Aashiqui 2 and Ek Villain, frequently references his past works. While the film is backed by some intense performances from Aditya, Anil Kapoor and Kunal Kemmu, its wafer-thin plot makes you wonder why such films are still being made in Bollywood. Malang is so bad in parts that it can potentially give you a headache. Its length drags it down and what appears like an intriguing plot in the beginning soon turns limp.

Set in Goa, the film shows Advait Thakur (Aditya) and Sara (Disha) meeting at a rave party and instantly falling in love. Advait is a shy guy from Mumbai while Sara is a footloose woman who has recently landed in India. She doesn’t have a phone, is not on social media, and has a to-do list of things to overcome her fears. Soon they decide to make each moment count and live life to the fullest.

However, one encounter with the cops changes their fate and the story turns into a revenge drama. As Advait goes on a killing spree, we meet Anjaney Agashe (Anil Kapoor) -- a trigger-happy cop who believes in closing cases with his gun – and the yin to his yang, by-the-book policeman Michael Rodriguez (Kunal Kemmu). Soon after, everyone is killing everyone, and that’s about it.

While the first half builds up the curiosity and you genuinely want to know the reason why Aditya is targeting policemen, the second half whittles away the opportunity. Even the two big reveals don’t turn out to be as big as one would expect. Thirty minutes into the film and you can easily predict what is going to happen next. The non-linear narrative doesn’t do any good either because the time span being covered is only five years so you can’t really make out if the characters are in the present day or not.

And what’s with stereotyping Goa to merely a destination that’s about drugs, parties, murders and repeat. The only thing innovative in the entire film is perhaps the quirky disclaimers that pop up each time there’s a scene featuring drugs — ‘Don’t be insane, drugs ruin the brain’, ‘Drugs are roads to death’, ‘Nashe ki maar barbaad karde aadmi aur parivaar’, ‘Drugs cost you more than just money’, ‘Addicts don’t get old, they die young’.

If there is anything that could save this sinking ship, it’s the performances. Kunal not only impresses but also surprises in Malang. He slips into the skin of his character effortlessly and you love watching him onscreen. He is intense, good looking and menacing. Anil as the senior cop is good but not extraordinary. He brings a fine balance between being over-the-top and flamboyant. Aditya is impressive and his chiseled body and extensive physical transformation goes with his action-packed role.

Disha gets to show off her abs more than her acting chops. Even her dialogues are as blah as it gets. Imagine one of her wishes is, ‘to eat everything I can for a day’ or when she says, ‘Main cheezein nahi, yaadein collect karti hoon’. Elli AvrRam (Jessie) plays the typical Goan hippie with dreadlocks and tattoos and easily outperforms Disha. Other supporting characters include Vatsal Sheth, Keith Sequeira and Amruta Khanvilkar, deliver in their respective roles.

One thing that I particularly liked in the film is how each character has a fairly convincing back-story justifying their actions and reactions onscreen. Each one of them have experienced pain -- Advait has parents who are separated, Sara always wondered why her parents devoted their life to raise her, Jessie came to Goa with money and then could never get away from this nomadic life and Agashe, too, has a past that he wants to forget but can’t. Amid all this, it’s Michael’s story that forms crux of the entire plot.

Story and performances aside, music is one of the strongest points in Malang. The title track strikes the right chord while the track Phir Na Mile Kabhi in Ankit Tiwari’s voice stays with you.

Watch Malang if you really must. It rides on the thrill quotient, has some good performances and a good looking pair at its centre but that’s about it. The plot ends up looking like a mockery of a subject that needed a better storytelling.


You've only scratched the surface of Malang family history.

Between 1965 and 2004, in the United States, Malang life expectancy was at its lowest point in 1994, and highest in 1995. The average life expectancy for Malang in 1965 was 76, and 80 in 2004.

An unusually short lifespan might indicate that your Malang ancestors lived in harsh conditions. A short lifespan might also indicate health problems that were once prevalent in your family. The SSDI is a searchable database of more than 70 million names. You can find birthdates, death dates, addresses and more.


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