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Campaigning for agrarian reform

By: Rahmat Ajiguna Rahmat Ajiguna in his office in Jakarta- Eve Warburton Rahmat Ajiguna is secretary general of Alliance for Agrarian Reform (AGRA). This organisation...

Feeding Indonesia

By: Thushara Dibley and Eve Warburton Indonesia is a country with a rapidly expanding middle class and a growing economy. Its neighbours are taking more notice, and...

A typical streetfood cart 'kaki lima'-5 legs, 3 on the cart, two on the owner

Have the Guts to Eat from the Street

By: Hush Petersen, first published in Jakarta Expat There are two kinds of people in Jakarta: the ones that eat street food and the ones that don’t. The ones that do...

Gado gado, By: Monica Arellano-Ongpin

A Gado-Gado Recipe while Dreaming about a Mansion

By: Jacobus E. Lato September is Food Month at Latitudes. After Krupuk and Baso now it's time to learn about Gado-Gado, a popular vegetable mix. Gado-Gado is an...

Ikan Asin

Ikan Asin: On the Historical, Nutritional and Sentimental Properties of Salt fish

By: Rizal On the western edge of Jakarta, in Kampung Joglo, there is a warung famous for its salt fish. The warung is always full, and its customers come from every...

Aroma's authentic packaging, By Andri Suryo 500

THE ABC OF BANDUNG: Aroma Coffee, Batagor & Ciwalk!

By: Andri Suryo Get ready to explore one of Indonesia’s most bustling cities: Bandung! Bandung is the capital city of west Java, the Indonesian answer to Paris or as...

The Sweetest Thing About Cambodia - Image 1

The Sweetest Thing About Cambodia

By: Tommy Boukhris Nothing says welcome quite like Cambodia does. From her friendly people, rich heritage and delicious food, to her fertile land and visually stunning...

The producer of kopi luwak: the civet cat

Kopi Luwak: What Happens When Bum-Nuggets Become Gold-Nuggets?

By: Daniel J. Newcomer, first published in Bali Expat There’s nothing like a nice and warm cup of excrement in the morning to really get the day going strong is...

Smooth but fiery Tongseng Kambing, By: Aisah Wolfard

Tongseng Kambing: Spicy Goat in a Smooth but Fiery Curry

By: Aisah Wolfard Tongseng Kambing is best enjoyed in the rainy season especially in the evening. Tongseng includes a lot of indonesian herbs and spices, giving this...

The perfect breakfast: TAPSILOG, By: Shubert Ciencia

Filipino meals: Isa pa (One more), please!

By: Joan Mae Soco-Bantayan Filipinos are food lovers! They take regular meals thrice a day; one in the morning (around 8:00 am), another at noon (12:00 nn), and one...