So far we can present the following videos. Others have still to be prepared, as the volume of data is often too large for this website. - The first video is the documentation of the 2016 visit of Pak Masri, Heinz-Josef Heile, and Wolfram Hiemann in Padang and West Pasaman. - The second video dated from 1991. TV crew from Jakarta visited the ADP project area and did a feature story about "Pembangunan Pasaman Barat". - Video number three covers the laborious trip of Herwig Zahorka and Renate Rabenstein from the Frankfurt Senckenberg Museum up to Laut Tinggal in 2007. - The fourth video clip shows you the arrival of the Drachenfels Bahn on top of the mountain. - The fifth video covers the mayor social event in 1988 – the train ride from Padang to Lake Singkarak, organized by Michael Zoeller. - So far the last video (6) shows you present Padang City, home to many of us for many years.
Masri J. Vani: West Pasaman – a story of development changes, 2016
Masri J. Vani is a Multimedia Professional of the GIZ Renewable Energy Programme Indonesia/ASEAN in Jakarta. In March 2016 Masri was given permission to join Heinz-Josef Heile und Wolfram Hiemann to visit Padang and West-Pasaman to take the footage for the film and record the various interviews. Special thanks go to him and his superiors to enable the ADP Alumnis to present this film.
Report Pembangunan Pasaman Barat, 1991
In 1991 a filmteam from Jakarta visited the ADP project, had stopp-overs in Padang and Pasaman and did a 9:30 min feature story. Enjoy!
Climbing up to Laut Tinggal, 2007
Herwig Zahorka led an expedition organized by the Frankfurt Senckenberg Museum up to the famous Laut Tinggal in West Sumatra.
The arrival of the Drachenfels Bahn, 2016
A TRain ride up to singarak, 1988
The mayor social event in 1988 – the train ride from Padang to Lake Singkarak, organized by Michael Zoeller.
Wounderful Padang City - a tourism promotion video, 2016
adp-revisited.org ist a private website dedicated to the collection of historical materials linked to West Sumatra, Indonesia