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Komunitas Hong, Bandung
Indonesia
One of traditional games’ lover communities in Bandung is the Hong community. Hong is a Sundanese traditional, very much alike to a hide and seek game. The Hong community placed them as a traditional games study center. This community is actually intended for traditional stuffs fans (specifically traditional games and toys) or you just got bored with the high-tech games, wanting to explore something more exciting. (source: http://bit.ly/Ho04AB)
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Uploaded: 05/04/2012
Updated: 05/08/2014
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