When it comes to love, the future looks bright in Indonesia
Posted On July 17, 2021
It’s not exactly a world-changing event, but the future of love is certainly looking bright in the country where the love symbol was born.
It’s not only the capital Jakarta that’s a symbol of love, but every other major city in Indonesia and many smaller towns around the country are all in on the love thing.
There’s even a love-themed restaurant in the capital that’s called Love in the Streets, which offers an array of dishes that are specifically designed to appeal to lovers of all ages.
The love symbol is also one of the most popular symbols in the world, with thousands of people visiting the Indonesian embassy in London to pay tribute to the symbol.
As for why the love icon is in the sky, the symbol’s origins date back to the 15th century, when it was used as a symbol by a group of monks.
In a sign of how far love has come in Indonesia, the symbols of love have even been adapted to other countries.
Indonesia’s love symbol It was a sign from the 16th century that used a white cross with a golden circle around it to indicate a man’s love, said Siti Risian, a lecturer in art history at the University of Queensland.
That’s when the symbol was adopted into English, where it’s been used to show a man and woman together since the 19th century.
This image from a newspaper in Singapore shows the love-and-lust symbol in the distance Source: ABC News/Facebook It still makes sense to Indonesians that it was chosen for the symbol, but there are some differences.
One of the first signs to use the symbol for love was in the 17th century when it started to be used as an emblem of the love of a woman.
But the symbol has since been adopted to symbolise both male and female love, and it is often used in ceremonies, with a man offering a kiss to a woman on the altar.
Since then, it’s used as part of weddings and for other religious events.
People in Indonesia have been using it for years, and they’re now even using it to show the love between two people, including in ceremonies like the wedding of two people in Singapore.
A young couple holding the symbol This is how it looks when it is in a wedding ceremony in Singapore Source: YouTube/Singaporean Embassy In the Philippines, a popular wedding ceremony used the symbol during the 2016 Rio Olympics, where the Philippines was competing against Brazil in the men’s 100 metres final.
When the symbol is used at a ceremony in Australia, it is also used for the bride and groom.