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Ban·dung

 (bän′do͝ong′)
A city of Indonesia in western Java southeast of Jakarta. Founded by the Dutch in 1810, it is an industrial and cultural center and a resort.

Bandung

(ˈbændʊŋ)
n
(Placename) a city in Indonesia, in SW Java. Pop: 2 136 260 (2000)

Ban•dung

(ˈbɑn duŋ, -dʊŋ, ˈbæn-)

n.
a city in W Java, in Indonesia. 2,058,649. Dutch, Bandoeng.
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Noun1.Bandung - a city in Indonesia; located on western Java (southeast of Jakarta); a resort known for its climate
Java - an island in Indonesia to the south of Borneo; one of the world's most densely populated regions
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The first Afro-Asian Conference known as the Bandung Conference was a meeting of mostly newly independent Asian and African states, which took place on April 18-24, 1955 in Bandung, Indonesia.
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The members of Siliwangi Bandung, one of a dozen teams in the Indonesian Basketball league, were given the boot this week for throwing at least four games last season.
This book works to reframe our understanding of the postcolonial Afro-Asian solidarity that emerged from the 1955 Bandung conference.
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