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Banana tree owners on guard as ‘Salam dari Binjai’ trend invades Bali

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An Indonesian social media pattern originating from North Sumatra, which includes a person punching down banana bushes, seems to have reached Bali’s shores with no less than 10 banana bushes knocked out in Kuta.

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The pattern is called “Salam dari Binjai” (greetings from Binjai) in reference to the trend-starter’s catchphrase in his movies, during which he lands bare-fisted heavy jabs on banana bushes till they collapse. 

Despite the fact that the pattern is weeks outdated by now, it appears to be actually alive and effectively in Bali with banana bushes in no less than 4 farms in Legian, Kuta affected.

“There are a number of [banana trees that were destroyed], there are six from one farm … in whole there have been 10 bushes from 4 farms,” I Wayan Puspa Negara, an official from Legian village, mentioned. 

Based on Wayan, many residents in Legian have turned to farming banana bushes amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

“We obtained some reviews of residents asking why their banana bushes have been broken, that’s the way it started. So we checked, and it seems it’s an impact from ‘Salam dari Binjai’,” Wayan mentioned. 

The village officers suspect that outsiders have been coming to punch the banana bushes, and are involved that the pattern will result in additional destruction of bushes.

“We hope [young people] will do constructive issues, don’t comply with destructive content material; content material that has dangerous penalties,” Wayan added.

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