Indonesia is one of the nations that has the most important bilateral relationship with Australia, with education being one of these important aspects.
Loaded with a mix of fresh chilli, ginger, garlic, onion and shrimp paste, blachan is a popular relish across Australia’s far north.
Following the scandal over an antisemitic artwork at documenta fifteen in Kassel, the curatorial team has now been joined by the artist collective Taring Padi in apologizing.
DNA analysis of ancient human remains has shed new light on an “explosion” of intermixing cultures and genetics in an island region known as Wallacea – an imprint still detectable in East Indonesians.
The morning before sunrise has always been a busy time for students and tea farmers at Tugu Utara village in Bogor, West Java.
The Education, Culture, Research, and Technology Ministry organized a Cakalele dance festival in Banda Naira, Banda Island, Central Maluku District, Maluku, to support the preservation of the traditional dance.
Acara kolaborasi antara organisasi AIYA Victoria dengan PPIA Monash bernamakan Belajar Bersama Hari Selasa atau yang sering disingkat dengan “Ber.ba.ha.sa” merupakan…
Thousands of visitors queued in front of food stalls in Sydney, being served dishes such as nasi padang, ayam penyet, Indonesian style meatballs, to instant noodle-flavored ice cream.
Only 0.34% of year 12s study Indonesian. Here are 3 steps we can take towards knowing our neighbour better
Visiting Jakarta this week, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said Australia and Indonesia are linked not just by geography, but by choice.
Ruangrupa, an Indonesian group of collaborators, turns social experiences into art. How will they leave their mark on Documenta, which unfolds over 100 days?
The Bali Arts Festival 2022 returns for a month-long run. The 44th edition of the keystone art and cultural event of the Island of Bali will get underway with a grand parade in Central Denpasar.
INTERVIEW: Why there are grounds for optimism in Indonesia, even in an age of global democratic regression
One of the most gratifying insights from film research on the pandemic in Indonesia was the discovery that, in fact, after a period of initial uncertainty as some of the more radical Islamists mobilised, reports like these were quickly discredited.
One of the most popular art fairs in the country will return showcasing pandemic-inspired artworks, NFT creations and a series of talk shows by renowned artists.
With 180 million young people in Indonesia ready to join the workforce in 2030, the number of creators is expected to explode as many of them aspire to become artists, writers and Youtubers.