Bears x Indonesian Food Sticker Order Form
Hello everyone!

Due to overwhelming popularity the last time we sold these, the Berkeley Indonesian Student Association is excited to reopen orders for our beary delicious stickers for $3 each!

Our original stickers feature three of our favorite Indonesian foods: Indomie, Bakmi Baso (Meatball Noodle Soup) , and Martabak (Indonesian Pancake) . They've been super popular so far -- you might have seen some floating around on people's laptops on campus, so come get yourself some ~ beary cute ~ stickers before they run out :^)

Stickers are die-cut and measure approximately 2.5" by 2.5", perfect for your laptop or waterbottle.

We will be by the Amazon Lockers at MLK next Friday, Oct 25th from 10am - 3pm for pickups!! :—) ( if you can’t make it then, message me via facebook or at angelica.pan@berkeley.edu and we can try work something out for you!!! )

All profits will go to Nusantara, BISA's annual celebration of Indonesian music, food, and culture held at UC Berkeley, which happens to be the largest Indonesian cultural festival in the Bay Area, and also happens to be FREE for all guests -- including you! Keep your eyes peeled for more announcements from us about this exciting event coming up next semester!

(Designs by Angelica Pan and Patricia Kusumah)
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How many Indomie stickers? *
Here's a tip - Look closely and you'll see a hidden "go bears" where Mi Goreng is usually printed ;) This sleepy bear loves puns and is always dreaming of new ones to make as he takes his well earned nap.
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How many Mi Baso (Noodle Bowl) stickers? *
This design features Mi Baso, a go-to meal for anyone looking for a quick, but warm and hearty meal back home. It's often served with a variety of condiments and add-ons, and is served in a bowl whose characteristic rooster design may be familiar for a lot of us from Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia or Thailand.
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How many Martabak Stickers? *
This design features a well-loved Indonesian dessert -- and though Martabak could be translated to "pancake" in English, it is extremely distinct from classic American pancakes. It's a very spongy, very thick pancake filled with buttery goodness and loaded with whatever toppings imaginable, starting from the classic chocolate / cheese to green tea kit kats and red velvet!
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Have you venmo-ed @berkeleybisa for the stickers? *
Please put 'stickers' somewhere on the description so we can find your payment!
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