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Rujak, favorite street food Indonesia

Eating out in The Big Durian, Jakarta Food Guide

By: Chandra Drews With The Big Durian’s (a stinky but delicious fruit, a nickname that aptly symbolizes the capital of Indonesia) 19 million inhabitants it's no...

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Another Example of Neocolonialism? By: Wisnu Leonardus

Neo-colonialism: The long arm of imperialism

By: Ed Caffin The end of World War II sparked a process of decolonisation throughout the World. The days of imperialism would soon be over. More than half a century...

Learning to belong

Educational efforts are being made around the country to enable minorities to feel they belong and to teach majorities that they should value the diversity of Indonesia

Empty promises

The Clean Development Mechanism has failed to deliver Tessa Toumbourou    Biomass is aerated on-site to ensure aerobic composting    Image courtesy...

Sustainability and prosperity

Development initiatives can and must safeguard local environments This is the first article in a six part series about environmental issues in Indonesia. Judith Mayer...

Vocational schools for all?

Gender favouritism and religious discrimination cause problems at a vocational school

Vision is not enough

A whole-school effort is needed to realise a vision of multicultural education in an Islamic boarding school

Educating global citizens?

The privileged are increasingly opting for international schools where students learn the good and the bad of multiculturalism

Cautiously promoting humanism

A new Chinese school tries to promote ‘universal’ Confucian values