Tag: indonesia

Indonesians : Laziest Walkers in the World?

Nathania Christabel Siahaan- November 3, 2020

Researchers from Stanford University dubbed Indonesian as the world’s laziest walkers, coming in last among 46 countries with an average of only 3,513 steps taken ... Read More

The Anonymous of Indonesia

Emmalea Lingard- June 5, 2018

A documentary investigating the anonymous children of Indonesia, who do not have birth certificates and are invisible in the eyes of the law. https://vimeo.com/273246344 Read More

The Pathway To Equality – Disability Accessibility In Jakarta, Indonesia

Chloe Mabb- June 3, 2018

In the Indonesian capital of Jakarta, a lack of accessibility is still a daily reality for the city’s disability community. Yet,  damaged pathways, a lack ... Read More

Indonesia’s Child Care Spectrum

Holly Prassler- June 3, 2018

We take a look inside the life of orphanage children and get a glimpse behind the scenes of an alternative institution, and their approaches to ... Read More

Caged Birds: The Risks and Rewards of Exotic Pets

Stacey Whitlock- June 3, 2018

Exotic pets are increasingly popular in Indonesia. However, ownership of these pets may be fueling the country's illegal and dangerous wildlife trade. https://vimeo.com/273068860 Read More

Social Media: The Problem or the Solution to Indonesia’s Animal Trafficking Epidemic?

Stacey Whitlock- June 3, 2018

Social media is changing the way our world works in many ways. While it increases global connection, it also enables crimes, such as animal trafficking, ... Read More

Finding fresh air in The Big Durian

Holly Richardson- June 1, 2018

In the midst of Jakarta, the capital of the fourth most populated country in the world, fresh air is hard to find. As the city ... Read More

Kitty Kitty Bang Bang

Shi Pui Ng- April 9, 2018

Hot, humid, pungent. The vibrant streets of Jakarta can be beautiful and full of life. Read More