Diversity of Indonesia
Indonesia is made up of ethnic, ethnic, racial and religious groups. In the social context of modern Indonesian society, we often encounter the term "pribumi" which usually refers to the identity of the indigenous people in a particular area. Indeed, we generally know the general classification of local ethnic ethnic Indonesia, for example Batak people in North Sumetera, the Sundanese in Banten and West Java, Minang people in West Sumatra, Bugis in South Sulawesi, Dayaks in Central and West Kalimantan, and etc. But on the other hand, the term "indigenous" itself is also often used as a distinction between groups of people who are considered as people / tribes / ethnic native Indonesia with those who are considered as "immigrants".