The beat of dangdut music is a familiar soundtrack to daily life in Indonesian rural and urban villages.
On 18 September, renowned Indonesian scholar of Islam Professor Azyumardi Azra died suddenly of a heart attack. He was in Kuala Lumpur, where he was to participate in a seminar on “cosmopolitan Islam”.
Indonesia’s Foreign Minister has taken part in a handover ceremony at the Friendship Hall, a multi-purpose sports venue funded by Indonesia and built for the Pacific Games.
Indonesia’s first festival to feature hip hop, R&B and soul artists took over Jakarta’s iconic sports complex with its third edition.
The works in this exhibition by Indonesian artists, Bulan Fi Sabilliah and Fitri DK, comment on the Indonesian New Order’s legacy of the primacy of prescribed beauty ideals and women’s domestic and reproductive roles over public and political roles.
Indonesian domestic workers join forces to survive in foreign countries and to empower each other by enhancing new skills.
Simultaneous ReelOzInd! 2022 festival screenings will be held in Melbourne and Malang, featuring a collection of short films from Indonesia and Australia judged best by our jury of experts.
Indonesia’s Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy Sandiaga Uno will invite Elon Musk to give a public lecture to Indonesia’s best and selected university students on the sidelines of the G20 Summit in Bali in November 2022.
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The coalition of Indonesian civil society on Wednesday presented their findings regarding the human rights situation at the United Nations (UN) Palais des Nations in Geneva, in which they concluded that civilian rights in Indonesia remain to be shackled in the past 4.5 years.
Bottlenose dolphins released into ocean by Indonesian sanctuary after years in captivity at hotel resort
Three bottlenose dolphins were released into the open sea in Indonesia this week, after years of confinement as tourist attractions. As red and white Indonesian flags fluttered, underwater gates opened off the island of Bali to allow them to swim free.
Indonesia is hosting the 14th World Esports Championship, the annual e-sports tournament held by the International Esports Federation (IESF), for the second time since 2016 with more than 120 countries participating.
Personnel on board an Indonesian tall ship have surprised north Queensland residents by scaling 53 metres up their ship’s mast to celebrate its maiden voyage to Australia.
For the past decade, Indonesia has been increasingly active in promoting its own version of “moderate Islam”: Islam Nusantara.
Tens of thousands of people coming from diverse backgrounds joined the “Kirab Merah Putih” or Red and White Parade in Central Jakarta on Sunday morning.