Indonesia has shown that religions can be used as realistic means to help combat the spread of COVID-19.
Indonesian batik artist Agus Ismoyo recalled a chance meeting in Yogyakarta over 30 years ago that eventually led him to travel to the remote desert lands of Australia.
A number of universities signed the statement, which outlines five actions to mitigate potential negative impacts of COVID-19 upon gender equality in higher education.
Indonesian EDM trio Weird Genius on Spotify hit Lathi, its TikTok challenge, and paying tribute to their Indonesian heritage
For now, the trio are content to see their culture gain the recognition they feel it deserves – but they aren’t stopping there.
Social expectations and financial constraints are blocking the rise of Indonesian women’s basketball
Juggling sports and studies is a never-ending struggle, with both Karen and Yuni often finding themselves at a crossroads of having to pursue their passion or the promise of a steady career a university degree may afford.
Indonesia’s status as a maritime country seemingly does not guarantee that its fishers live prosperously. As a result, the number of young people who want to work as fishers has declined.
The largest contingent of worshippers, more than 220,000 people, will not be doing the annual trip to Saudi Arabia.
‘I cannot move the lessons online’: Educators in remote Indonesia visit students one by one during school closure
“I cannot move the lessons online because the students don’t have a mobile phone or laptop,” she said, due to poverty and patchy internet connection.
International collaboration is an important part of today’s science and through our PAIR model we are actively attempting to create a level playing field.
“For the fan experience, Indonesia has been by far the best. Every stadium is full, 40,000-50,000 thousand every game, it’s really like playing in the Premier League.”
“For hundreds of years, we’ve been practising so-called self-quarantine. Long before the recent COVID-19 outbreak. We called it besesandingon.”