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Gotong Royong Sejati Orang Maybrat

by Anu Beta Tubat Orang Maybrat sejak masa leluhur mereka abad-abad yang silam harus berjuang keras untuk dapat bertahan hidup di alam pegunungan karst yang kurang...

Hannie Schaft. The girl with the red hair

Jannetje Johanna (Jo) Schaft (16 September 1920 – 17 April 1945) was a Dutch communist resistance fighter during World War II. She became known as  (in Dutch Het...

Four Paws Orangutan Forest School prepares for emergencies

The coronavirus pandemic has the potential to wipe out the last populations of non-human apes, experts have warned. Already at the brink of extinction, for the...

KOPI – Indonesian Coffee Craft and Culture

by Andi Haswidi The consumption of coffee, or kopi in Indonesian, is so deep-rooted in the local culture that not even war could interfere. To most Indonesians,...

Azië Magazine

Azië Magazine edition Spring 2020 available in www.reisbladenkiosk.nl

My Life between Hamburg and Bali

Born in Hamburg, Reinhold Jantzen traveled the world to find himself and his destiny. He never wanted to leave Hamburg. With a degree as an expert in fishery, he started...

Raden Saleh. The beginning of Modern Indonesia Painting

An artist’s work must be viewed in the context of his or her time and intellectual environment. The book attempts to describe Raden Saleh’s life against the...

International Mother Language Day

Taiwan opened its first foundation for the research and development of indigenous languages, to coincide with the observance of International Mother Language Day. The...

Pabean Market in Surabaya

Pabean Market

Great Grandma’s Tales

by Anis Kurniasih SURI illustrates myths, stories, and even taboos passed down through Javanese generations usually as a method to teach about ethics, manners, and...

Indonesian portraits

here*now by Vanessa Van Houten Vanessa photographed over fifty Indonesians whom she hardly knew before—women, men, warias (cross-dressers, transsexuals and...