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LULU, Indonesia—The summer of 2018 brought a new twist on an old tradition.
This summer, hundreds of thousands of people packed the streets of Jakarta, Indonesia, for the “Summer Carnival” festival, the biggest annual celebration of the city’s summer.
And while the festivities were packed with street parties, it was not a full-blown party.
Rather, the festival is meant to be a celebration of life, in the city of 2.3 million people, and the city is full of people who are celebrating their lives.
“We’re not doing this for a big party,” says Rachael Bostick, the head of Jakarta’s annual carnival.
“This is a celebration for life.
It’s about the love and the love of life.”
In this year’s festival, crowds were dancing, eating, drinking, singing, and having a good time.
“People are having fun,” says Bostack, who’s the city coordinator for the carnival, which is also the official theme of the festival.
“They’re enjoying themselves.”
In a city with over 6 million people that’s an impressive number, but it’s not quite as impressive when you consider the size of Jakarta.
“It’s not the same as in New York or London,” says Mandy Zalman, a professor of urban studies at the University of New Hampshire who has been studying Indonesian festivals.
“But there’s no doubt that Jakarta is a very big city.”
Jakarta is the world’s fourth-largest city and it’s the capital of Indonesia.
It is home to the Indonesian island of Bali, the largest city in the region.
In fact, it’s one of the most popular destinations in the world, with more than 10 million visitors per year.
That means it’s also home to a number of cultural festivals, including the annual “LULU Festival.”
In LULUs, meaning Love in Love, the city celebrates the love that’s in its hearts.
In its 20-year history, the celebration has attracted hundreds of millions of visitors.
For years, it has been held in the middle of the night, with crowds of people flocking to the square in the center of the capital.
And as this year saw, people were dancing and drinking, eating and enjoying the music and entertainment.
The biggest celebration of all this year took place on May 15, the third night of the “Lulu Festival.”
This year’s theme was “Love Is in Love,” and this year was an international affair.
Bostak says that more than 2,000 performers from around the world came together at the square for the festivities.
“For us, it is about love, and love is the greatest of all gifts,” she says.
“When we have love, we can achieve happiness.
This is what we do.”
For this year, the participants were invited to come to Jakarta for a week, where they would spend time with their families and socialize.
There were also activities like swimming in the water, or playing cards and card games.
This year, people came from all over the world to attend the festivities, and some even from the U.S. The theme of this year is “Love is in Love.”
For people who have not been to Indonesia, “love is” means that one person or group has a special connection with another person or a group of people, says Burt Hulley, who teaches international relations at the UMass Dartmouth College.
“Love has been an important part of Indonesia’s cultural history, and it has always been very important,” Hully says.
The idea that love and love are the most important aspects of life can seem silly to many, but Hulle says that’s exactly what people need to think about in order to be able to understand and embrace their relationship.
“If you have a love for another person, you don’t have to go to the bathroom and brush your teeth,” he says.
Hulles theory is that, if you have the time, you should try to understand what it is that makes your partner feel like that person.
He says the same applies to what makes people want to be with you.
“I think what’s happening is that there’s a feeling that you have that you want to feel that you can’t really explain,” he explains.
“There’s this feeling that if you say no to somebody, that you’re going to lose them, that’s how they feel.”
“There are people in Indonesia who have this same feeling,” says Hulleys daughter, Yolanda, who is from New York.
“She doesn’t feel that she’s wanted, and she doesn’t know how to express that.
She thinks, I’m not going to tell her how I feel.”
Yolana Bostik, who works in Jakarta, says that she was in love with her father for several years.
“He’s always there for me,” she explains.
Yolaria and her boyfriend