A sexual assault at UGM ignited the rise of the #MeToo movement across the country, here dubbed #KitaAgni (We are Agni).
“We have to continuously strengthen our tolerance, harmony and brotherhood as fellow citizens so we can all enjoy comfort and safety during the upcoming Christmas and New Year.”
Dozens of Indonesians have taken part in a shouting competition in the capital Jakarta, given five minutes on stage to belt out advice on issues such as health, education and child protection to a crowd below.
The painting, discovered in 2017, is one of hundreds in South Sulawesi, including a red hand stencil, which was dated to at least 40,000 years ago.
Our team has discovered a cave painting in Indonesia that is at least 44,000 years old and which may cast new light on the beginnings of modern religious culture.
Hand-made batik artisans in Indonesia preserve tradition and teach tourists their cloth-making secrets
Inscribed on the Unesco list of intangible cultural heritage, batik making is taught to villagers in childhood, and now also to local and foreign visitors.
Sultan of Yogyakarta Hamengkubuwono X spoke in Melbourne recently, identifying the creative economy as massively important for Yogya’s future.
“The harassment is not only physical, but also verbal. There were 19 forms of harassment that the survey respondents identified.”
The MSB issued a statement condemning the damages done by visiting Indonesia fans in the recent World Cup qualification group match.
Kartika Pratiwi is the director and producer of A Daughter’s Memory, the winner of the Best Film and Best Animation categories at the ReelOzInd! 2019 short film festival.
They’re confident in their ability to change perceptions after having had positive experiences in the past when encounters started negative, but evolved into something positive.
The mayor of Bandung kicked off the so- called chickenisation campaign on Thursday by distributing 2000 baby chickens to students at several elementary and junior high schools.
The Indonesian Youth and Sports Ministry has set a target of grabbing three gold medals at the forthcoming 2019 Southeast Asian (SEA) Games scheduled to start at the end of this month in the Philippines.
Indonesia’s Yeyen Tumena is hoping to take advantage of the pressure provided by the home crowd in their Group G World Cup Asian qualification encounter against Malaysia.