It’s difficult to argue with the KPK’s almost perfect conviction record, a consistent 80% approval rating from the public and an average of 7,000 corruption tip-offs a year.
In spite of Australia emphasising its need to engage with the Asia Pacific, its digital engagement with ASEAN should be addressed, as it could develop e-commerce potential.
Despite sharp differences in culture, race and religion, Asian economies are finding common ground in technology and in particular, the sharing of intellectual capital in this sector.
Working around the clock, thousands of firefighters are struggling to contain smog-belching blazes raging across rainforests and farmland in Indonesia…
“If the capital comes here I don’t know how poor we will be. Our communities will slowly disappear.”
Indonesia will raise the minimum price of cigarettes by more than a third from January next year, as part of the government’s efforts to reduce smoking rates.
GrabKitchens are similar to food courts, where food vendors operate a stall but typically prepare food that is then picked up and distributed by delivery drivers instead of being served to customers on-site…
Indonesia is stepping up efforts to protect people with mental health conditions by affording national agencies new powers to monitor…
According to UNICEF, children whose first language is a local language are far more likely to be excluded from education than children who were raised in a country’s national language. This is a particular problem in Indonesia, where Bahasa Indonesia is the mother tongue of less than 10 per cent of the population.
“The Indonesian government has been systematically trying to resolve this to the best of its ability. Not all smog is from Indonesia,” said Indonesia’s environment minister, Siti Nurbaya Bakar…
“We’re facing the same problem — old trees and old farmers… They can’t do the same work as when they were younger. Their productivity is low.”
Indonesian government must streamline its research permit process or risk scaring away foreign scientists: scholars
The 2019 law on science and technology can potentially deter foreign researchers to do research in Indonesia, stifling international research.
How Hakka Chinese helped build Indonesia, overcoming exclusion and discrimination to serve the country
The Indonesian Hakka Museum in Jakarta is a showcase of the contribution of the Hakka Chinese community to Indonesia over the centuries. Acceptance and admiration of their efforts increased under president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, but recent years have seen discrimination returning
Singapore-based venture builder and early-stage venture capital firm Antler on Tuesday announced that it will set up an office in Indonesia in the first half next year, targeting to nurture at least 20 local startups annually.
To prevent premature deaths from toxic haze, we developed a new online tool to provide decision-makers with information to protect people living downwind from the fires.
“Our mission is to provide hardworking people in this region with easy access to credit via a convenient platform. A market’s credit system reaches an inflection point once the GDP per capita reaches US$4,000.”