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Ipoh White Coffee: A Traditional Malaysian Coffee & a Modern Recipe

By: Syazana Zubil Malaysia is a very unique place in that the different cultures, races and beliefs, makes it a cultural melting pot and a hotspot for food lovers....

Selat Solo, a salad with a Javanese twist, By; Putri Fitria

Selat Solo: A European Salad with a Javanese Twist

By: Putri Fitria As an old town, Solo has a history of being an epicenter for many cultural interactions, not only between local ethnic groups but also between ...

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Best new WWW ideas in Indonesia: a Top 10 of Indonesian internet-ideas

By: Emma Kwee Apps and other web ideas sell like hotcakes these days. Despite low access to computers (most people use their smartphones or internet cafes), Indonesia...

Grilled Fish With Dabu Dabu Sambal

So You Think It’s Hot? A Hotlist of Favorite Manado Recipes!

By: Reyhard Matheos Manadonese are a proud people and one thing they are proud of is their very very hot food.  Whenever they cook fish, pork, bat, dogs (yes it’s...

A Separation

World Cinema Amsterdam Festival 2011

This summer the second edition of World Cinema Amsterdam will take place from 10 - 21 August 2011: a festival that celebrates the many exceptional films made in...

Siti and Benny: Happy together

Cross-cultural Couples: Siti and Benny

By: Emma Kwee In this new series we take a look at cross-cultural marriages; the challenges they pose and the bonds fostered that surpass cultural and geographical...

Climbing the Less Well-Known Peaks of Indonesia

By: Daniel Quinn As editor of the not-for-profit hiking website Gunung Bagging, I have spent the last few years exploring countless mountain peaks – both famous and...

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The Forgotten Love Story of Cangke Island

By: Reyhard Matheos Do you still remember the Hollywood movie Blue lagoon? The film tells the story of two young children marooned on a tropical island paradise in the...

cockfight in Roro Mendut

‘Nongkrong’ in Berlin: Highlights of the Jakarta-Berlin Arts Festival

By: Emma Kwee Bringing Jakarta to Berlin was the main objective of the Jakarta Berlin Arts festival. In our opinion, this definitely happened. ‘Nongkrong’ under a...

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The Distance between Jakarta & Berlin: 0 Kilometers!

By: Emma Kwee Jakarta and Berlin, what do these two cities have in common? Except for the fact that they are both capital cities there’s not much that seems to...