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Lady Gaga, Hard-liners and The Police in Indonesia

By: Jacobus E. Lato In a corrupted society, such as Indonesia; good and evil are often found on the same surface of the coin, which in turn holds the majority down. The...

Introduction to the Moluccas

By: Tegar Putuhena Ever since Indonesian independence in 1945, the Moluccas Islands (or Maluku in Indonesian) -one of the oldest provinces in Indonesia-, formed a...

Dance performance at the Bali Arts Festival, By: Pandu Adnyana

Bali Arts Festival

The Bali Arts festival is a big event in Indonesia when it comes to art and culture. During a month people can enjoy arts exhibitions, performances and cultural...

Childhood Memories Preserved in Pandes

By: Labodalih Sembiring   In the 80s, in towns and cities across Indonesia, the most modern toys a kid could find were arcade game machines and battery-powered,...

Komodoharbour. By: Ed Caffin

Visiting Komodo National Park: into Dragon’s domain

By: Ed Caffin The marvellous Komodo National Park is arguably one of the most interesting places to visit in Indonesia. Located on the edge of the Lesser Sunda...

France’s DJ Urine Hits Indonesia with Flying Force

By: Monica Dominguez DJs these days have strayed far from the original scratches with 80s beats and hip hop intentions; they have even strayed far from the 90s trance...

Scott Thompson By Angela Richardson

Run, Scott, Run!

By Angela Richardson, first published in Jakarta Expat 1,250 kilometres in 25 days, from Bali to Jakarta, running through the sweltering 32 degree Equatorial heat and...

AKA – HARD BEAT

By: Kees Schepel In 2011 Canadian record company Strawberry Rain Records released Hard Beat (available on cd and on vinyl), an anthology of the Indonesian band AKA....

Joshua Aspden

Joshua Aspden: Research on Environmental Climatology and Disaster management in Indonesia

My name is Joshua Aspden (British-Ecuadorian) and I am currently a student at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany. I am studying a Masters in International...

miscommunication By Jason Hue

(Mis)Understanding Indo Lingo

By: Jason Hue, first published in Jakarta Expat The Indonesian language teaches its speakers to be respectful, hence people are often addressed with the salutation of...