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Judul : Proceedings The 5th ASIAHORCs International Symposium
Penanggung-jawab : Rr Nur Tri Aries Suestiningtyas (BKHH)
Penulis : Kazuki Kanagawa, Siswono Yudo Husodo, dkk.
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Abstrak : The 5th ASIAHORCs Joint Symposium was held in Bali, Indonesia, during 27–28 November 2013 along with the 7th ASIAHORCs General Meeting. The symposium was attended by eight country delegates with more than 100 participants from ASIAHORCs member countries (Japan, Korea, P.R. China,Philippines, Malaysia, India, Indonesia and Thailand) The 5th ASIAHORCs Joint Symposium has been succesful in discussing and sharing information about Food Sciences and its related field. The plenary lectures were very enlightening and stimulating, delivered by distinguished keynote speakers, which include a former minister of Indonesia, and a senior scientist in food sciences from Japan.
Along the 34 parallel oral presentations, there were 20 research exhibited in poster presentations focusing on four sub-themes covering Bioresources for Food, Functional Food, Bioprocessing Technology & Food Engineering, and Food Science Policy. The wide spectrum of the speeches and posters have broaden our understanding in scientific, philosophical, and regulation perspectives regarding the multi-dimensionality of circumstances and events that we are facing today on food sciences and its related fields.
In general, the 5 th ASIAHORCs Joint Symposium highlights some important issues that need to be resolved on Food Science and its related field in Asian countries.
The sub-theme Bioresources for Food highlights three important points.
First, rice is still the main carbohydrate source. We need to increase rice production in Asian countries by discovering new rice variety that resistant to the global climate change as well as durable at marginal area.
Second, Asian countries should increase the quality and discover new variant of common agricultural commodities by using biotechnology approach, such as genetic modification.
Third, Asian countries should explore their natural resources to find out, or popularize uncommon raw materials for food, for example research on development of tubers for carbohydrate alternative.

Meanwhile, parallel discussion in Functional Food sub-theme highlights the functional food researches which have several variants. The research could increasem field of industries in conjunction with the social life and culture in Asian that starts to concern about health and the finest life style for developing health care environment.
We do hope the research related to functional food can be established more in Asian nations, especially for developing the interest among Asian researchers.
Furthermore, the research can widely stimulate all fields of industries and investors to take part in functional food research. As a result, the research will stimulate promising functional food product in the future.
The sub-theme of Bioprocessing Technology and Food Engineering highlights the intervention of technology on food processing which is a key point to increase the quality of food. Application of appropriate technology can prolong the
lifetime of food, especially for raw food materials which have a short lifetime.
The technology is commonly knowns as preservation of food.
The sub-theme of Food Science Policy focuses on the research, and implementation of research outputs from the Food Science area which would be difficult to execute without a strong support by good policies at national or regional level.
A good food policy can protect and improve good food products in the market,giving more economic opportunities among countries, such as food commodity trade. Domestic food policy makers must link their country’s food system to the
Asian and world commodity markets.
We certainly hope this proceeding will adequately represent the true value of the event, so that those who did not have the opportunity to attend the 5th ASIAHORCs Joint Symposium will benefit as much as those who did.
For the success of the 5th ASIAHORCs Joint Symposium, I would like to express my sincere gratitude for the support from Indonesian Institute of Sciences who hosted the event. The support has enabled us to enjoy the event in the beautiful setting of Bali, with its classic Eka Karya Botanical Gardens.
The incoming 6th ASIAHORCs Joint Symposium, which we expect to be more stimulating, will be held in Bangkok, Thailand, in November 2014. We look forward to it.
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