Debate is heating up in Indonesia over the need for new regulations for ride-hailing applications after companies such as Uber and GoJek, a homegrown motorcycle taxi and delivery business, have clashed with local transportation services.
Foreign Minister promises to strengthen ties, flags business delegation.
Former diplomat Patrick Alexander held in wake of coal dispute, denies wrongdoing.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Initial models of where potential debris from a missing Malaysia Airlines passenger jet might first wash up had incorrectly identified Indonesia as the most likely location, the Australian body leading the search said on Wednesday.
In the woods of Indonesia’s Magelang Regency sits one of the modern world’s more unusual houses of worship: Gereja Ayam, the Chicken Church, which is shaped like a giant fowl wearing a crown. And it’s currently falling to pieces. Read more...
The agreement means Dentsu will continue as the exclusive gatekeeper for broadcast rights (all languages; all media platforms) in Afghanistan Brunei, Cambodia, Chinese Taipei, East Timor, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan,...Show More Summary
Indonesia’s $2.8 billion Donggi-Senoro LNG project has shipped its first cargo of the chilled gas on August 2, Mitsubishi Corp, which holds about 45 percent of the project, stated.
The August issue of Words without Borders, Myth and History: Writing from Indonesia, is now available online; it also includes the usual reviews, as well as 'Three Tibetan Short Stories'. Great to see more Indonesian attention as we come up to the Frankfurt Book Fair, where it will be this year's Guest of Honour.
CAMP LEAKEY, Borneo, Indonesia (Reuters) - The bushes shook violently and the female orangutan froze. Her baby clutched her tightly before the two quickly disappeared into the Borneo undergrowth. As the bushes parted, a broad-shouldered male orangutan strutted to the feeding platform.
Should you be trekking through the thick forests of Magelang, Indonesia, try not to be too alarmed if you stumble upon a titanic, rotting building, shaped like a chicken. Known as Gereja Ayam (unsurprisingly, "Chicken Church"), thisShow More Summary
Indonesia's President Jokowi will welcome Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Jakarta today, making it his third meeting with an international leader this week. Jokowi hosted British Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday and visited...Show More Summary
By Ken Ward, author of Condemned to Crisis?, a new Lowy Institute Paper published by Penguin Australia. At the book launch for Condemned to Crisis? in Canberra last week, Anthony Bubalo described my text for the first time (at least for the first time in my hearing) as an 'essay'. Show More Summary
The Japanese giant NTT Communications made another inorganic move to build its global infrastructure today. They have acquired PT. Cyber CSF, which provides data center services in Jakarta, Indonesia.... [visit site to read more]
Pirates attacked the fishing trawler Maju Jaya in Malacca Strait in Tamiang water in North Sumatra, Indonesia on July 26. Another fishing boat closed Maju Jaya from portside,
I finally watched STILL ALICE with Juliane Moore on Netflix. I was sitting in my deceased father's red leather chair in my bedroom, and my 8 year old, adopted nephew-to-be, from Indonesia, was sitting on the huge, king size bed, playing with his iPad. Show More Summary
From XXLab: Soya Couture from HONFablab on Vimeo.Soya Couture is a project initiated by XXLab. XXLab is a female initiative on open source and free technology, based in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. They are a group of interdisciplinary background...Show More Summary
I couldn't agree more with Hugh White's commentary on Ken Ward's new book Condemned to Crisis? published by the Lowy Institute and Penguin Australia. White argues that Australia must build its relationship with Indonesia based more on...Show More Summary
A magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck Indonesia's easternmost province Papua, though there were no initial reports of injuries
At DeutscheWelle Monika Griebeler has a Q & A with Indonesian author Feby Indirani, Indonesian literature 'needs exposure to be noticed internationally'. Among her observations: The infrastructure of the Indonesian publishing industry isn't yet fully developed. Show More Summary
In a new Lowy Institute Paper, former ONA analyst Ken Ward makes the case for 'more realistic' expectations for the Australia-Indonesia relationship. He writes that despite years of Australian governments prioritising the relationship, it continues to be marked by tensions and crises. Show More Summary