Festival Director Jemma Purdey and the Australia-Indonesia Centre invite you to #stayhome (#dirumahaja) for our virtual short film festival the ReelOzInd! Retrospective | 2016-2019.
Economist Andhyta F. Utami discusses the response she is seeing so far to COVID-19 in her home of Jakarta, from both government and the community, particularly young people.
Humans first occupied the Timorese cave we studied 15,000 years ago as rising sea levels at the end of the Ice Age caused coastal ecosystems to thrive, increasing the occupation of many prehistoric sites in Wallacea.
In line with its social responsibility, the Faculty of Cultural Sciences (Fakultas Ilmu Budaya, or FIB) of Universitas Hasanuddin (Unhas) distributed a Read more
Modernising Indonesian puppet shows for millennials: from WhatsApp-using ancient queens to current jokes and local instruments
The traditional Chinese art form is also being localised through the use of Javanese regional dialects and Indonesian instruments.
The current prohibition on religious services will have consequences not just in the short term but also in the longer term, after the resumption of normal life.
“Doom surfing” is one, to describe those who seem unable to remove themselves from scrolling the internet, and “infodemic” another, a term adopted by World Health Organization for the misinformation that appears to spread online.
The National Library of Indonesia (Perpusnas) in Central Jakarta has extended its closure to May 29 in response to the alarming spread of COVID-19 across the capital city.
It’s just after sunrise here in Bali, and a group of locals are preparing to sail their wooden boats out to a bay off Nusa Lembongan, a small island southeast of the tourism hotspot.
When President Jokowi suggested to stay put at home, I heeded his call.
Only the rider’s eyes were visible from behind her black face veil. With a bow in her left hand and an arrow in her right, she cantered her horse toward a target, aimed quickly and let fly. The arrow struck home with a resounding pop.
Back in the 17th century, seafarers from Sulawesi used padekawang to sail all the way to Australia. The traditional boat, which has one or two masts and uses tanja sails, is finding new life in a literacy program based in South Sulawesi.
Communications and Information Minister Johnny G. Plate has urged people staying at home as per government recommendation not to illegally stream movies online.