Yayasan Biji Sesawi recently organised an Iftar gathering for underprivileged women and children in Jakarta.
Clay Artists Arti Gidwani and Vibeke Lorentzen along with designer Auguste Soesastro, celebrated the beauty of “celestial fashion” in a ready-to-wear collection
Antique map dealer, Sake Santema concise history of Jakarta back to the 5th century AD and during the reign of King Tarumanegara Namun.
As the capital celebrates its anniversary, We takes a look at how Jakarta has developed into its new face with a special emphasis on the city’s surrounding area
Javasmith knives is inspired by traditional keris allowing the designer to express his imagination, deep love and pride for Indonesian history and legend.
Maintaining its position as one of Yogyakarta’s regional leaders in hospitality and luxury, Royal Ambarrukmo Yogyakarta reveals transformation.
MVB seminar brought together expert speakers to explore how companies can really benefit from applying specific expertise to corporate value.
The talent deficit is accentuated by the Indonesian economy’s structural realignment from over reliance on agriculture and natural resources to services.
For uniquely Jakarta souvenirs, check out Sepiring Indonesia’s Semarak Jakarta collection, which showcases the cultural richness of the capital city.
The first Indigenous Celebration brought together communities from around the Pacific and India