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The economic and monetary crisis (krismo) at the end of the nineties has changed Indonesia in many respects. While the political transformations in the wake of Suharto's step back seem all too obvious, changes in religious activities are seldom taken into account. This paper refers to the impact of krismo on ritual performances connected with the famous Barong fi gures in Bali. These impacts are twofold: the democratization of Indonesia led not only to a revival of cultural activities of ethnicdoi:10.14764/10.aseas-1.2-7 fatcat:54eo7wmqjrem7jy4zkrmska3o4