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Antique mask from Madura with an ornamental flying horse

Setia Darma House of Masks and Puppets

By: Maya Liem Bali is one of the last remaining places in Indonesia with a living tradition of the mask dance and the wayang theatre. The largest collection...

Waria's on the street, By: Terje Toomitsu

Waria: The Lives, Struggles & Issues Raised by Yogyakarta’s Transgender Community

By: Monica Dominguez If you decide to romp the late night streets of Yogyakarta, you might encounter one of the area’s 350 waria performing in the streets, ...

tattoo exhibition at MuMa Utrecht The Netherlands

Tattoo – Who are you? Signs of Civilization & Identity

By: Latitudes, translated from the Museum Maluku's brochure The Museum Maluku in Utrecht the Netherlands, features an exposition on tattoos from 25 September 2011 - 6...

The Temple of Christ and the Sugar Factory: A Javanese Jesus

By: Reyhard Matheos Jesus never set foot on Java. At least, there’s no mention of him doing so in the bible. Yet, only 20 kilometers from Yogyakarta in a small village...

Bali’s Unique Rice Paddies Unesco World Heritage?

By: Yvette Benningshof The lush green rice paddies of Bali and its unique water management system of subak are under threat. Tourism and water shortages are one of...

ubud writers and readers festival discussion

The Ubud Writers & Readers Festival: First Impressions

By: Emma Kwee The Ubud Readers and Writers Festival is a yearly event that brings pen handlers, readers and critics from all over the world to Bali. Arriving in Ubud,...

Photo by Diana van Oort

Enchanting Young Malaysian Choreographers & Dancers at the Kuala Lumpur’s My Dance Festival

By Diana van Oort Tucked away in a corner on a rooftop of a big shopping mall I found one of Kuala Lumpur’s precious gems: a small theatre where young and more...

Lady Charlotta, By: Ikbal Hidayat

Photography in Indonesia – What’s Going On Now

By: Dalih Sembiring In this third part of our series on photography in Indonesia, we turn to the present. We interviewed two professional photographers to see what makes...

Big chain Borders closed down after 13 years in business in Singapore, By: Geoff Woodhead

In Between Singapore’s Big Chains and Big Brands: An Interview with Deyana Goh of GOHD Books

Running an independent small business is a lot of work. It's also annoying in a place like Singapore, where people are so obsessed with brands and big chains. Small...

Food vendor serving noodles at Russian Market, By: Gabi Yetter

Phnom Penh Living Costs

By: Gabi Yetter In most metropolitan cities, five dollars won’t get you much. A mug of a fancy coffee drink, perhaps. Or a moderately- priced cocktail. Perhaps even...