During Ramadan, the world’s 2 billion Muslims will focus on the core values of the holy month: helping the poor and committing oneself to the service of others.
Indonesia said Perry Warjiyo, who steered the Southeast Asian economy’s monetary policy through the pandemic years, will continue as central bank governor for a second term.
A group of 15 secondary students from Indonesia have been farewelled by their Christian College Geelong (CCG) hosts who have spent ten days introducing them to the country, region and their homes.
Beyond the crazed fans they have spawned over the years, Arctic Monkeys’ songs run deeper within the Indonesian music world.
In Indonesia the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan will begin on the evening of 23 March by most accounts, and by others on the evening when the New Moon is sited.
A new book on the revered Indonesian writer Pramoedya Ananta Toer, who died in 2006, delves inevitably into the brutality that hatched Suharto’s New Order.
The kebaya is being nominated to join Unesco’s Intangible Heritage List for 2023.
Proudly raising the profile of the Indonesian capital on the global culinary map, August is more than it initially lets on – much like its own name.
The appointment of state-owned enterprises minister Erick Thohir as Indonesia’s new football association chief has injected optimism into the sports fraternity but there are also steep challenges ahead as he seeks to overhaul the entire ecosystem, experts said.
A video of a western man wearing batik and speaking fluent Javanese went viral on Facebook a few years ago.
In Kupang, in Indonesian West Timor, the first school bell of the day is now sounding far earlier than in the rest of the country.
Lithium is a critical component in EV batteries, and importing more of the commodity will help Indonesia fulfil its goal of becoming an EV manufacturing hub.
For Christine, 2023 marks 50 years in the film industry. Christine secured her first actress role at 16 in Cinta Pertama.
Commentary: The latest global report on corruption perception by Transparency International was released and for Indonesia this is a deeply troubling result. For the second time in three years the country suffered a reversal in standing following almost a generation of steady improvement.
President Soeharto sold out Javanese spiritualism for the support of Islamists, and how that affected religious freedom in Indonesia
Mount Srandil is no ordinary hill with a view of the Indian Ocean. It is also an ancient mystical complex that houses multiple shrines dedicated to Javanese saints and Hindu gods and goddesses.
At its most basic, jamu is a herbal medicine; at its fullest, it is a reflection of how a culture maintains wellbeing over thousands of generations.