Category: Archived

Colourful fresh produce highlights vibrant local culture

Justin Lillecrapp- April 17, 2017

The local markets in Depok are a maze of alleyways and muddied pathways. Rows of shack-like structures stand side by side each containing their own ... Read More

Ganesh Chaturthi: explosive dance and colour in Jaipur

Jasmine Hines- September 26, 2018

Ganesh Chaturthi is the wildly popular 10 to 12 day festival in India which celebrates Lord Ganesh's birthday. Ganesh Chaturthi's festival see's coloured powder and ... Read More

Indian textiles conquer globalisation

Georgia Schefe- September 26, 2018

How India's textile industry is fighting the pressures of globalisation. See story: Indian textiles conquer globalisation Read More

Woven in the Wind

Vanessa Bartholomew- September 26, 2018

Discovering the fabrics and faces of Jaipur's Hawa Mahal Bazaar. Read the story here: Woven in the Wind Read More

Espresso Yourself: Brewing Up a Storm at the Starbucks Coffee Championships

Charlotte Borland- October 15, 2016

By Charlotte Borland India is known for its age-old love affair with tea, yet it seems there now may be a new national drink of ... Read More

Amedkar Road

Bridget Sloan- October 17, 2016

by Bridget Sloan In a city of almost 22 million people, one grows accustomed to expecting the unexpected. But throughout my travels in Mumbai, one ... Read More

The Indian Woman

Anthea Belessis- September 27, 2018

The struggle for gender equality plagues the societies of countries around the world, but the battle for the recognition of Indian women has only just ... Read More

A Colour’s Charm

Enya Williams- September 26, 2018

The city of Jaipur in India’s state of Rajasthan is famously known as the Pink City. Everywhere you turn there is the same similar pale ... Read More

A Choice: Wearing the Hijab in Indonesia

Katreena Bacatan- April 21, 2017

Debate about the hijab in Christian majority Australia has grown heated throughout the years and raised questions of safety, race, and religion. However, in Indonesia, ... Read More

Rakhine to Rajasthan: The Rohingya Experience

Anthea Belessis- October 25, 2018

Amidst one of the largest refugee crises in the world, Rohingya Muslims have fled Myanmar to escape the atrocities and extreme religious intolerance exercised against ... Read More