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G054B-Magazine(Korea) -共10期 2019年10期 NO.82 BALI
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本期主题是巴厘岛,相对于其他印尼群岛以穆斯林为主,巴厘岛是唯一一个以印度教为主的岛屿。对巴厘岛人而言,印度教不仅仅是一种宗教,它还是一种基本的社会和精神价值,构成了巴厘岛文化的基石,包括舞蹈,绘画和建筑。20世纪70年代,随着巴厘岛国际机场的完善,大批澳洲的冲浪者来到这里,之后也吸引了更多的人们来到这座海岛。这里有原始的自然风光,瑜伽和冥想以及平衡生活的秘诀。




About the Publication


Magazine B is an ad-free monthly publication that dedicates each issue toone well-balanced brand unearthed from around the globe. The magazineintroduces the brand’s hidden stories, as well as its sensibility and culture,and is an easy but also serious read for anyone with an interest in brands.



About the Issue


Welcome to the 82nd issue of B.


Modern society has conditioned humans to the cycle of perpetualadaptation. They adjust to evolving work paradigms, family structures, andsocial hierarchies——not to mention rising generations, new cultures, andemerging technologies. We take it for granted that adaptability is the ultimatesurvival skill. This holds especially true for urban dwellers, who remaininvariably admired through the ages. Concepts that are largely consideredvirtues like convenience and efficiency, to name a couple, originated tosatisfy the demands of city life. Likewise, for millennia, cities have peddledgrandiose dreams and ideals to acculturate residents. Unfortunately, though,this never-ending chain of forced adaptation overruns our ability to raise questions.The momentum pushes us to just keep moving forward. But an unquestioning lifeis nothing more than simple survival because to be alive is to question who youare as a person and why you continue to live on.


This issue introduces Bali, a place where asking profound existentialquestions is the norm. It’s easy to find glowing testimonies of the islandprofessing that this is the place to ruminate and discover answers to lifequestions. Countless also share a similar story of embarking on a short trip toBali, only to settle down on the island and never look back. A popular touristdestination located among over 10,000 Indonesian islands, it’s fascinating tosee how Bali is consumed like a religion. Truth be told, Bali may very well bethe only place on earth where people can experience both a spiritual awakeningand an incredible creative energy that never disconnects from the rest of the world—an assertion evidenced by the island’s status as a surfing and yogamecca. Unlike most physical activities that condition the body and mind, yoga and surfing introduce unique spiritual challenges. Case in point, surfingteaches humans how to let go in the face of vast ocean, and yoga engagespractitioners on a journey to self-discovery.


Known as a paradise for yoga and surfing retreats that also hasfascinating cultures beyond tourism, Bali’s reputation is not all owing to thenatural beauty. In fact, most people B met in Bali waxed lyrical about theall-embracing quality of the Balinese people. Other places that B has coveredfor city issues— namely Berlin, Portland, and Bangkok—also attract talentednewcomers because they accept the new and the diverse. Such inclusivity is oneof the greatest values that a good city offers. And it seems that Bali topsthis list of highly inclusive cities. People are free to stay and leave as theyplease, and a veteran island dweller of two or more years can mingle easilywith a visitor on a two-week stopover. One traveler on a brief sojourn to Balisaid that it was like a “home you can come back to whenever you want.”


If foreigners can move around and feel like a place rivalstheir home turf in terms of comfort, it’s without a doubt that there’s morethan national tourism promotion policies at work. And that’s why Bali continuesto be praised ardently as a singular destination. Along with inclusion, manypoint to a great sense of balance in Bali and among the Balinese people. Inthis sense, balance is how a society can flexibly interact with externalstimuli while retaining a strong cohesive identity. This sense of balance canbe earned only by those prioritizing self-preservation. Going back to the ideaof human conditioning, the Balinese practice constant self-reflection thanks topowerful forces of nature and millennia-old religious practices. It seemsnatural, then, that city dwellers accustomed to being pushed along by externalstimuli would find Bali original and fresh. Returning the body and mind back toan ultimate zero point is to regain a center of gravity. A digital nomad Binterviewed in Bali offered a great line about this state of balance: “It canbe said that rebels who want to control their lives visit Bali. [···] Then,they realize that they can do pretty much whatever they want.”


Eunsung Park

Content & Editorial Director



Table of contents


02 Intro


08 Editor’s Letter


12 IS BALIWORTH VISITING?

Stories about Bali and Balinese culture


19 SURFERSIN BALI

Three surfers talk about surfing life


24 LIVINGIN THE WAVES

Creator Thai Little talks about surfing communities in Bali


34 SURFREPORT

Bali’s top surfing spots and wave types


39 DIGITALNOMAD DIARY

Digital nomads discuss their lives and decisions to settle downin Bali


46 WORKINGREMOTELY

Bali’s top coworking spaces teeming with digital nomads


57 YOGISIN BALI

People in pursuit of a balanced state of body and mind throughyoga in Bali


62 SPIRITUALLIFE

Spiritual cultivation and daily practices from two yoga studios


68 VIEWPOINTS

Regular sojourners to Bali talk about their experiencesin-country


72 OUTLINE

An essay reflecting an intimate understanding of Balinese culture and key concepts that encapsulate Balinese society


82 BALINESEHOUSES

Traditional houses that embody Balinese social values


84 BALINESECUISINE

Iconic Indonesian dishes available in Bali


88 NEWDESIGN PRACTICE

Five creators committed to connecting traditional beauty withmodern tastes


118 CULINARYVENTURES

Ecological farms and local restaurants that revolutionizedBalinese culinary culture


132 LIVINGIN BALI

The lives and living spaces of incomers in Bali


146 OBJECTS

Objects that demonstrate Bali’s artistic style andcraftsmanship


154 THEULTIMATE GUIDE TO BALI

Hot spots in six areas rich in Balinese culture


173 OUTRO




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