From a ‘lengger’ coming to terms with his body, to a young woman’s search for her transgender sex worker father, these movies prove the power of cinema to shift the conversation.
Muslims celebrating Eid al-Adha on Friday, July 31 may say prayers in open fields and mosques, if they are located in areas declared ‘green zones’.
From the early days of science in the Dutch East Indies, there is strong evidence of collaboration, rather than diffusion by the colonisers, with the process carried out through an intense two-way communication.
COVID-19 pandemic leads to rise in violence against women and girls in Asia Pacific, new report shows
The ‘Because We Matter’ report also highlights that children were more exposed to cyberbullying, harmful content and sexual exploitation during lockdowns.
ReelOzInd! Festival Director Jemma Purdey recently took part in a Youth Jury Online Camp organised by Minikino, a short film festival organizer based in Bali.
Feeling “Australian and not really much Indonesian” after years of living in Sydney, he has more recently taken steps to reconnect with his culture.
Four Indonesian influencers talk openly about ‘deviant sex’, body-shaming and other culturally sensitive issues
Next-gen role models are challenging the government over their response to coronavirus, sex advice, gay rights and self-love.
Vocational education at the BPSDMP (Agency for Human Resources Development in Transportation) schools are an added value that can produce graduates who are ready for work.
An aquarium fish store in Jakarta reported up to 50 per cent increase in sales since Indonesia began imposing the large-scale social restrictions.
It’s not just a joyful hobby. Australia’s growing fascination with birds is vital for conservation after last summer’s devastating bushfires.
Indonesian music long forgotten, from pop and rock to traditional sounds, digitised for younger generations to appreciate their past
The Irama Nusantara project has so far digitised more than 4,000 recordings dating back to the 1920s, which are streamed for free on its website.
The bike craze has led to a surge in sales of new and secondhand bikes and an increase in demand for bike repairs.
Lily Yulianti Farid, Director of the Makassar International Writers Festival, recommends her all-time favourite Indonesian movies.