In an archived interview from the March 1981 issue of Tracks, Paul Holmes catches up with Balinese juniors Made Kasim and Ketut Menda.
A national initiative aimed at encouraging the study of languages at university can also help reinvigorate the Indonesian language in Australia, according Read more
While the Indonesian tech sector is growing rapidly, the level of skilled workers is struggling to keep up. But that is where the opportunities lie.
Indonesia’s Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy Sandiaga Uno will invite Elon Musk to give a public lecture to Indonesia’s best and selected university students on the sidelines of the G20 Summit in Bali in November 2022.
For almost a year, four young Indonesian researchers have been embedded in two different seaside villages as part of the PAIR major project on seaweed.
It’s clear that economic development assistance has to be at the forefront of this new engagement. However, large-scale investments and infrastructure projects—while necessary—are difficult.
Associate Professor Sharyn Davies, Director of the Herb Feith Indonesia Engagement Centre and Indonesian Consulate General Melbourne 2022 Award winner, explains what the award means to her.
A new movement is underway across Asia Pacific’s gaming landscape: play-to-own. Home to a thriving online gaming ecosystem along with a young, connected, digitally-native population, the region is well-equipped for this latest innovation in gaming.
The quality and appeal of child-friendly broadcast programs in Indonesia are improving with an increase in their advertising revenue, deputy chairperson of the Indonesian Broadcasting Commission has said.
Findings of PAIR have concluded that young people in the Indonesian province of South Sulawesi face a range of challenges in accessing education that, if addressed…
Culturally different, but geographically close, the two countries have collaborated on border security and counter-terrorism, and share a nervousness about the rise of China, but the commercial relationship has been underdone.
Indonesia’s temporary ban on major websites including PayPal has exposed the difficult balancing act Jakarta faces as it seeks to both tighten control of the internet and become Southeast Asia’s next tech hub.
With a little luck and a lot of enthusiasm, now may be the time for the Indonesian language to make a comeback in Australian schools.
Pemuda ini bicara tentang Kongres Pemuda Australia-Indonesia dan Ketertarikannya pada hubungan dua negara
AIYA adalah organisasi yang dipimpin oleh para pemuda yang bertujuan untuk menghubungkan para pemuda Indonesia dan Australia.