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Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Ni Batik Indonesia ke Pareo Hawaii??

haha...jawapannye ni adalah Pareo = salah satu seni mencanting kain dari hawaii..bg tengok kat orang Indo sane, bukak mata sket...bukan diorang je ada seni macam batik, org lain macam Malaysia dan Hawaii pun ada batik...tu laa minda kampungan btul la diorang ni...

ni ada sket maklumat dari WIKIPEDIA tentang Pareo ni..

'PAREO'
The pāreu or pareo (see below) is The Cook Island and Tahitian word for wraparound skirt. Originally it was used only to refer to women's skirts, as men wore a loincloth, called a maro. Nowadays the term is applied to any piece of cloth worn wrapped around the body, worn by males or females. It is related to the Malay sarong, Sāmoan lavalava, Tongan tupenu and other such garments of the pacific islands such as the islands of Hawaiʻi, Marquesas, Aotearoa, and Fiji.
In contemporary Tahitian the right word is pāreu (singular: te pāreu, plural: te mau pāreu), with the pronunciation of the word with a long a (hold the sound for two beats rather than just one) and the e and u pronounced separately, rather than slurred into a diphthong. It is not clear where the variant pareo comes from. It might be an old dialectic variant or an early explorers' misinterpretation. But both terms were already used in the 19th century.[1] Nowadays, however, pareo can be considered as the English-language form of the word (plural pareos), much less likely subject to mispronunciation.
The Tahitian pāreu are among the most colourful and bright of the Pacific. Originally flower patterns, the hibiscus flowers in particular, or traditional tapa patterns, were printed in bright colours on a cotton sheet of about 90 or 120 cm wide and 180 cm long, made in China. Nowadays they are also made in Tahiti itself and dye painting with varying colours is popular as well.

dah bace?? haa dalam penerangan pun dah ade dibagitau yang Pareo ada kesamaan dengan seni 'Malay Sarong'... MALAY?? ape tu MAlay? jom bace sket.. ape maksud MALAY tu??
'MALAY'
Malays (Malay: Melayu) are an ethnic group of Austronesian peoples predominantly inhabiting the Malay Peninsula including the southernmost parts of Thailand, the east coast of Sumatra, the coast of Borneo, and the smaller islands which lie between these locations. The Malay ethnic group is distinct from the concept of a Malay race, which encompasses a wider group of people, including most of Indonesia and the Philippines. The Malay language is a member of the Austronesian family of languages

haa...MALAY tu kan ke etnic Austronesian yg terdiri dari 1 kaum Melayu yg ada di Malaysia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapura, Brunei, Filipina dan selatan Thai...so kalau dah satu kaum, so maknanya budayanya semua sama la..sama budaya lain negara..so tak wujud la masalah 'KLAIM' budaya!!
Bego betul la...wahai saudara2X SEBERANG sebelum ribut2x bukak kitab dul kaji SEjarah dan cari bukti...jangan kalau korang dah makan rendang, pakai batik, nyanyi Rasa Sayang sejak korang budak2x..so semua benda tu korang punya!!

1 Comment:

  1. April 98 said...
    Sebelum anda bicara terlalu banyak dan hanya memperlihatkan kebodohan anda, cari tau dulu tentang asal kata dan arti dari batik itu sendiri.

    The origin of batik production in Malaysia is not easy to trace. Few historical artifacts exist, but it is known trade relations between the Melayu Kingdom in Jambi and Javanese coastal cities have thrived since the 13th century, the northern coastal batik producing areas of Java (Cirebon, Lasem, Tuban, and Madura) has influenced Jambi batik. This Jambi (Sumatran) batik, as well as Javanese batik, has influenced the batik craft in the Malay peninsula.[2]

    According to the Museum of Cultural History of Oslo, it is known for certain that the Javanese influenced Malay batik-making technically as well as in the development of designs. At an early stage the Malaysians used wooden blocks in order to produce batik-like textiles. As late as the 1920s Javanese batik makers introduced the use of wax and copper blocks on Malaysia's east coast. The production of hand drawn batik in Malaysia is of recent date and is related to the Javanese batik tulis

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