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10th edition of CinemAsia Film Festival Amsterdam

10th edition of CinemAsia Film Festival, 7-12th of March at Kriterion and Rialto Amsterdam. CinemAsia is the gateway to Asian cinema in The Netherlands. Our diverse...

Mata Jiwa – Into the Eye of Life

by Amalia Firman The people of Nusantara have a treasury of traditions for survival. One of these cultural treasures that has been widely admired and studied is the...

The Influence of Gamelan on Western Modern Music

By: Patrick Durkan Gamelan is an ancient Indonesian form of music that is still thriving today. Part of the reason for this is the interest the western world has had...

Music:The Cambodian Space Project

Building Communities through Music

By: Emma Kwee Music brings people together. 'Music is the best tool to connect people. But more importantly, is what happens when you connect people with the same...

Ari Lasso

Indonesian Popular Music. A History

By: Chandra Drews and Emma Kwee Indonesia has a rich culture of music that sadly often goes unappreciated overseas or even (more sadly) at home. This article...

Paintings by Hanoi-based artist Nguyen Tuan Dung

My Story, a solo exhibition of acrylic on collage paintings by Hanoi-based artist Nguyen Tuan Dung. Craig Thomas Gallery 27i Tran Nhat Duat St, Tan Dinh Ward, D1,...

Familiar Sky, oil paintings by Hanoi-based artist Quach Bac.

by Craig Thomas Quach Bac is a talented young visual artist who brings a critical eye and a perspective and maturity to his work that belies his relative youth (b....

Gotten used to Bangkok traffic? By Noel Lindquist

You May Have Been Living in Thailand for too Long

By: Noël Lindquist 1. When an ant crawls into your noodle soup or plate of spicy som tam, you don’t bother removing it and chock it up as extra protein. 2....

Alternative Travel: Sumbawa by Motorbike

Sumbawa by Motorbike

By: Ed Caffin Apart from the legendary surfspots at Maluk and Lakey Peak, few see more of Sumbawa. Mostly, it is only observed from behind the window of a bus,...

Making the train your home, By: Francisco Manzola

Traveling Vietnam by train

By: Ate Hoekstra January is Indo-China month at Latitudes. They sometimes call it the ‘Reunification Express’, the train that connects Hanoi in North-Vietnam to Ho...