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.
k-thengono has introduced ‘house with 2 facades’, a residential project which merges contemporary architecture with the vernacular building style of indonesia.
Late last week, residents of Aceh, Indonesia, waded back and forth in water helping Rohingya refugees clamber to safety. Exhausted children were passed between rescuers.
Over the last decade, Indonesian entertainers who push social boundaries have found audiences on social media. But in the last few years, some have found opposition.
Indonesia lags in appointing women to key judicial posts and the gender gap in the region is closing at a glacial pace.
Before 2016, the term ‘LGBT’ was rarely used in Indonesia. But early that year, comments by a senior Indonesian politician prompted a dramatic shift toward public anti-LGBT discourse.
International education is in crisis, both in Australia and around the world. It is time for Australians to learn more about international education and why it is important.
There are about 70 million indigenous people across Indonesia, mostly in remote and isolated areas, and the Covid-19 pandemic has exacerbated the inequality the have long faced.
Children and teenagers are most exposed to cigarette ads they regularly see in kiosks, sports events, music events, free samples, merchandise logos and discount offers.
Over a turbulent decade, Alima is at the centre of Dutch colonisation, Japanese occupation, the return of the Dutch then the struggle for independence.