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Windows into Jakarta – a photo essay

Practicing Diversity: Celebrating Easter in Indonesia

The national celebration of Easter in Indonesia is a symbol of the country’s c...

Exposing the dark side of Indonesia Tourism

Despite the supposed ban of horse-drawn carriages in 2010, according to the Jaka...

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Coloured bins designed to clean up Jakarta

It’s 10am in Jakarta. Locals flock to Fatahillah Square where vibrantly painted bicycles, traditional Javanese music and chil...

Unveiling the Burqa

By Nazlee Salami I gazed down at the dark-green headscarf that lay gently in my hands. My eyes traced its ornate gold patterns....

More than just fireworks

By Katreena Bacatan Brisbane's Riverfire festival is much more than a short fireworks display that lights up the city- it is an...

The danger next door: malnutrition on Mumbai’s doorstep

By Anna Levy Just three hours drive away from Mumbai, child malnutrition has hit a record high. With hundreds of deaths occu...

Coloured bins designed to clean up Jakarta

It’s 10am in Jakarta. Locals flock to Fatahillah Square where vibrantly painted bicycles, traditional Javanese music and chil...

Unveiling the Burqa

By Nazlee Salami I gazed down at the dark-green headscarf that lay gently in my hands. My eyes traced its ornate gold patterns....

More than just fireworks

By Katreena Bacatan Brisbane's Riverfire festival is much more than a short fireworks display that lights up the city- it is an...

From Art

The Queen Artivists of Jakarta

https://soundcloud.com/amaniv/the-power-in-artivism In October 2015, two fearless femal...

MACAN: A Turn for Indonesia’s Art World

In November of 2017, a revolutionary arts venue in West Jakarta is set to open its doors t...

Taxi Fabric: how one start-up is changing the face of Mumbai’s taxis.

By John Ballot A Mumbai start-up consisting of local graphic designers and artists is c...

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VIDEO: UQ in MUMBAI – What’s it all about?

UQ in Mumbai is the latest in a series of innovative overseas field reporting co...

Cut – Exploring Female Circumcision in Indonesia

Indonesia has a long history of female circumcision. The practice had been deeme...

Ondel-ondel and a modern Jakarta

Indonesia has a diverse legacy of art and culture. One subset of this is Betawi ...

Indonesia fights a two-wheel turf war

Rising popularity of online-based ride-hailing apps has created tension on the ...

Voluntourism: Helpful or Harmful?

Volunteer tourism in Jakarta has come under scrutiny over the past few years. ...

Children of the Landfill

Jakarta is home to over 450,000 trash pickers. Trash pickers, or Pemulung...

The Queen Artivists of Jakarta

https://soundcloud.com/amaniv/the-power-in-artivism In October 2015, two fear...

The dark bird of Indonesia

There are countless breeds of poultry across the world but none quite like the c...

MACAN: A Turn for Indonesia’s Art World

In November of 2017, a revolutionary arts venue in West Jakarta is set to open i...

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Coloured bins designed to clean up Jakarta

It’s 10am in Jakarta. Locals flock to Fatahillah Square where vibrantly painted bicyc...

Unveiling the Burqa

By Nazlee Salami I gazed down at the dark-green headscarf that lay gently in my hands. ...

The Woodford Folk Festival is an annual music and cultural festival held near the semi-rural town of Woodford, 72 km north of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. It is one of the biggest annual cultural events of its type in Australia.