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  • ross1948 23:46 on February 1, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Jakarta Fair 2020, SPG sales promotion girls   

    Jakarta Fair 2020 – 14/5 to 28/6 !!! 

    I see from my site stats that a lot of people are looking at my posts on the Jakarta Fair and presumably they’re not after last year’s.

    So here you are…


    Jakarta Fair Kemayoran 2020


    …and I hope you enjoy it.


    Especially the SPGs!

  • ross1948 08:09 on May 23, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Starts Today, At PRJ – Jakarta Fair 2018 

    Just a reminder, in case anyone in our lovely city was unaware.



    With Ramadhan going on at present, it will be no fun for anyone fasting, the weather here being spectacularly hot this week, and who wants to wander about a vast broiling fairground without a cool drink now and then?

    Even as a non-faster, I doubt I will be attending. though I’ll try to get a schedule of the bands and singers for those who are interested. But having gone along annually for my first fifteen or so years here, I frankly see little reason to look at electronics and motor-bikes and fabrics that I can see anytime in places easier to get to.

    Although the SPGs do make it fun.

    Yet, like the products they promote, pretty young ladies can be seen everywhere one goes in Jakarta.

  • ross1948 12:33 on July 9, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Fitri Kalrina, , Kemayoran 2016, Lesti Dangdut Academy, , , SPG sales promotion girls   

    Siapa Mau Ke PRJ? Jakarta Fair 2016… 

    Big day here, in that my tukang gado2 has returned from his long Ramadhan break, so I can easily obtain my fave spicy salad again.

    Big decision time, too, whether to go all the way up to Kemayoran in North Jakarta, at least a two hour journey, even in this quiet week when many if not most citizens have left town for the Idul Fitri holidays…




    …or not.

    I have faithfully made my way up there for the last sixteen years, but it has got progressively less alluring, with most of the music I like best, i.e dangdut…




    …diminished in number or relegated to the small Gambir stage with the main ‘name’ bands – generally pop/teen – hogging the larger entertainment area.

    I don’t know…

    • prj4 (2)

    Sales Promotion Girls at a previous PRJ


    • All those pretty SPGs are nice to look at, but heck, there are plenty of gorgeous gals everywhere in Jakarta – there’s a new one just started work in my local mini-mart – just as attractive as the PRJ’s sales promotion girls.

    Serious thought required…

    But to help you think for yourselves, I append the schedule of events below…


    sumber : jakartafair.co.id

    On careful inspection, the only dangdut concert I can discern falls on 14th July, with the lovely Fitri Karlina…

    fitri_karlina-20110813-006-budi Fitri Karlina

    …though I see there’s an extra treat in store for those who attend that evening, little cute Lesti…



    …whom I praised – and voted for –

    Ayo, Lesti! Maksud Hatiku, Kamu Harus Menang! 

     – when she was triumphing on tv’s Dangdut D’Academy.  

    And I see next Thursday I should be free to go walkabout.

    So let me contemplate that interesting prospect. 

  • ross1948 11:13 on May 10, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    Italian Head-Scarf Whiner’s Legal Jihad – Court Caves In! 

    Another whining bint, in Italy this time, coining it in on the basis of the lie that Muslim women have to wear head-shrouds.

    Hard to keep count of the number of times we’ve addressed this issue..


    ‘An Archaic Tribal Rag’ – Wise UK Muslim Imam Says ‘Ban the Burqa!’ 

    It’s on the BBC! Bag-Head Bans Do Not Infringe Religious Liberty! 

    Fiery Islamists – ‘Head-Scarves NOT a Big Issue!’ 


    … but that’s a few links to previous posts.

    And in this case, it’s even more absurd, this arrogant baggie applying for a job as an SPG, a sales promotion girl handing out leaflets to interest people in a product featured in a shoe fair in Milan. 

    We here in 90% Muslim Jakarta who attend expos etc. do so, at least in some cases, to enjoy looking at the SPGs.


    SPGs taking a well-earned rest at Jakarta Fair

    Jakarta Expos – iFMAC, Sofa Parts, Beauties and Similar Delights 

    They are clearly selected for their visual appeal.

    So the last thing you’d want spreading the good news for your company is a self-righteous drab unwilling to display even her hair. It seems the whiner is a university student, so presumably smart enough to know this…


    foreign money


    … but smarter still to put the squeeze on the company.,

    After sending a photo of herself wearing the headscarf, the company asked if she would be willing to remove it, to which she responded ‘no’, explaining that she wore it for religious reasons.

    Because of this, Evolution declined to send her application to its client. In court, the company argued that it selects applicants on the basis of “aesthetics and image” and that its clients “would never be so flexible.”

    Quite right too!

    The woman, who was born in Italy to Egyptian parents, then sued for discrimination based on religion and gender. A court in Lodi, Lombardy, rejected the case, arguing that the applicant for the role also had to conform with the employer’s “image” requirements.

    With which anyone with a non-bigot brain would agree. Image is what promotion is all about.


    b5300-retardalert All rise, for the verdict!


    But Italian appeal court judges don’t seem to know what appeals to the normal public, or are addicted to appeasement of primitives. 

    The Milan appeals court overturned this decision, ordering the company to pay the woman €500 in damages.   http://www.thelocal.it/20160506/italian-firm-was-wrong-to-refuse-to-hire-hijab-wearing

    Pathetic. If she wants to wear a scarf, okay, she should be left in peace  to hide her crowning glory – it’s not a burka, after all, which should be outlawed.

    But by the same token, she should understand that she’s in a civilised country where such sectarian affectations are not admired, and certainly not seen as a lure for whatever she’s on about.

    • Emile 14:37 on May 11, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      It’s so annoying, this vexatious money-making litigation,taking full advantage of idiot judges like this one and the one who let off the goat-killers in your other article.
      If they can’t hack living with normal people’s standards, they have a lot of places they would feel more comfortable in.
      But they won’t go there, much happier causing trouble then making a profit here in the West.


  • ross1948 15:36 on April 6, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , non-alcoholic Guinness, , , SPG sales promotion girls, , The Listener, ,   

    Toronto the Strange! And Other Arvo Anecdotes from Hot Jakarta! 

    The Listener!

    An SF/detective tv series I stumbled on over the weekend, and it’s pretty good.

    But set in a Toronto whose cityscapes I found it hard to recognise, until one camera caught the Eatons Centre.

    Once the location was thus confirmed, I thought I caught a glimpse of that famous fly-over where hundreds of anti-social undesirable Tamils demonstrated their nauseating ingratitude to the Canadians who took them in…

    ‘Poor, Persecuted’Tamils? Out with Them, Canada! 




    • tamiltraffic Tamil ingrate louts cause mayhem in Toronto traffic
    • ——————
    • It has been a few decades since I visited that worthy old city, now fallen on hard times, more than a hundred languages allegedly spoken among its populace, imported gun-toting savages imposing an additional murderous culture on the multicultural mess which is Turdeau’s legacy.
    • ———————-
    • ————————
    • ————-
    • —————
    • Now it’s Monday, but The Walking Dead series ended, quite excitingly, last week, so must we wait for another month or two before we zombie-fans can slake our thirsts for bloody action…I suppose we could all go for a walk in what used to be ‘Toronto the Good’ after dark!
    • oooooo
    • oooooooooooo

    Meanwhile, here in Jakarta, a cat-food shopping errand to Mal Puri Indah left me more shocked than even the most frightful scenes on any of the television shows I’ve watched recently…




    Not the two sales promotion girls I saw in Puri, but equivalent in charm, for sure!



    NON-ALCOHOLIC Guinness!

    After our recent posts on the way the government here is encouraging Islamist fanatics in their prejudice against decent refreshments? Bali Beer Ban Looms – Why Pander to Intolerance? 

    Not good news!

    I’d not have noticed, but the two SPGs on their stand were magnificent specimens of that admirable breed of Indonesian womanhood, splendid short skirts with matching black and gold blouses.

    Heavily laden with ‘Supercat’ (Rp.12,700 per can – cheapest in town!) it seemed pointless to ask them about the product they were, by their mere aromatic presence, promoting so gracefully.

    Must go back sometime soon!

    No sun-bathing today – got hot enough on my walkabout yesterday.


    An afternoon nap instead!

    • Tani 16:00 on April 6, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      Wow. Good we do not have these Tamils in Jakarta, or our famous traffic jam will be even more terrible.
      A late happy Easter to you, Ross, from all of us in the other warteg.
      Hope you are eating well today.


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