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(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...

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Andrea Hirata: Indonesia’s best-selling author

By: Yvette Benningshof Andrea Hirata’s debut novel Laskar Pelangi turned him instantly into Indonesia’s best-selling author to date. Published in 2005 and now over...

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Can Wim Rijsbergen Regain The 1938 World Cup Dream?

By: Jacobus E. Lato The history of Indonesian football, as well as many other societal and cultural phenomena, derives from its long and complicated specific ...

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...

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...

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Where to Stay in Bandung?

By: Emma Kwee The list of Hotels in Bandung is endless. There’s plenty of choice, but picking the right one for your stay is not an easy task. Business or pleasure,...

Punk & Rockabilly in Bali: Slick Ricks having a good time

By: Prima Ayu Walking around the busy streets of Bali at night time you may run into the occasional slick mohawked youth dressed like Johnny Cash or Elvis. The...

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Andre Graf: a French hot air balloonist turned dedicated well digger on Sumba

By: Jacobus E. Lato Most stories on the Indonesian island of Sumba tell of local kids proudly riding Sandalwoods, the well-known Sumba bred horses across savannas and...

Photographing a photographer, By: Dalih Sembiring

Photography in Indonesia – Modern Times

By: Dalih Sembiring This is the second installment of our photography in Indonesia series. In this series, we look at photography in Indonesia, a phenomenon that has...

Dining on Jalan Jaksa, By: Maciej Dakowicz

Jakarta for the Weekend?

By: Thibaud O. Jakartans leave their work early on Fridays, hoping they can beat the traffic to the airport and enjoy a weekend in Bali or Singapore, away from the...