WANT to help underprivileged children attain better education? Project O is back and they’re inviting you for a night of Indonesian arts and culture for this important cause. Chrisella Sentana has more on the event.
PPIA Victoria presents two events, Panggung Merdeka and Pandawa, to celebrate Indonesia’s Independence Day which aim to inspire Indonesian students studying in Australia. Sol Ahn has details.
THIS year’s Indonesian Film Festival has come and gone, having brought with it an excellent lineup of movies representing the best the Indonesian film industry had to offer in the past year. Daniel Driscoll was on the scene to talk to some the festival’s special guests and provide his opinion on the films he saw.
Project O is holding their annual Project O event entitled “The Workshop”! Don’t miss out on their Indonesian Saman Dance workshop this Saturday. Chrisella Sentana has the details on how to get involved.
The Indonesian Film Festival is back for its 9th year and is set to showcase some of the best of Indonesian cinema. Look out for the returning Short Film Competition, meet and greets with filmmakers, plus a workshop and seminar. Daniel Driscoll fills you in on what you need to know.
WE’VE got 10 double passes to give away for Indonesian action spectacle, The Raid 2: Berandal – the sequel to one of the best action movies in years. Ernest Lee has the details on how to win.
Find out what kind of influence Asia has had on Melbourne’s cultural life at Mapping Melbourne, a four-day festival. Samantha Toh has the details.
AUSTRALIAN Prime Minister Tony Abbott reassures Indonesian president Susilo Bambang Yodhoyono of Australia’s goodwill in a letter that hints at possible rapprochement between the two countries. Joanna Robin reports.
INDONESIAN students in Australia are disappointed by Australia’s handling of the spying scandal, with some fearful they may be sent home as a result of this diplomatic row. Joanna Robin reports.
IF you’re just catching up with the news on the spying scandal, Meld reporter Joanna Robin gives you a blow by blow account of the diplomatic stand-off between Australia and Indonesia.
FOR Indonesians thinking of studying abroad, Australia is often their number one destination. Along with Dian Muhtadiah Hamna, and Wan Ulfa Nur Zurah from the Asia Pacific Journalism Centre, Regina Karis investigates.
WITH Project O: Ignite gone for the year, Tracy Pham reflects on the evening and shares her highlights from the evening of September 1.