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Latitudes.nu is a young English (and sometimes Indonesian) language web portal on Indonesia and Southeast Asia featuring coverage of culture, people, nature, traveling,...

A Scene from Jakarta

A mother carries a baby at a Jakarta crossroads. Who are they? Where are they from? A mother carries a baby at a crossroads. Her hand reaches out, her face pleading. Her...

Soulscape Road

By: Oscar Motuloh I A meditation on the Aceh Tsunami disaster by Oscar Motuloh, one of Indonesia’s most influential photographers and founder of Galeri Foto...

Tea plantation in Lembang, West Java, By: Noorman Wijaksana

The Story of Tea in Indonesia

By: Jacobus E. Lato Tea has been a traditional beverage for Indonesians for over 200 years, particularly among village women. Men tend to prefer black coffee;...

Surabaya Beat

Indonesia is the country with the biggest fleet in the world. No other place on earth has more islands, boats and ships. Afterhours Books will present with its...

Latitudes at World Expo Milan

Expo 2015 is being held just northwest of Milan's city center under the theme Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life. It is the first world's fair with a food theme. Unlike...

Blue Economy An Odyssey to Prosperity

By: Ardian Purwoseputro The Indonesian archipelago, the world’s largest, which lies between two oceans (the Pacific and the Indian Ocean) and two continents (Asia and...

A new model for mental health care?

By: Byron Good, Mary-Jo DelVecchio Good, and Jesse Hession Grayman Conducting the Psychosocial Needs Assessment in one of Aceh’s post-conflict villages – Byron...

Balinese Crews

For a long time, Balinese have been traveling. Way back in the 18th century, Balinese slaves were sold by the island’s kings to the Dutch and then sent off...

Latitudes Media Lab

At Latitudes we believe in the exchange of information, opinions and culture. In order to keep working on those ideals we developed a plan to bring businesses and...