His trip to Japan inspired NOW! Jakarta publisher Alistair Speirs to write about the industrial city of Nagoya in comparison with the cultural capital Kyoto.
Fondly known in the Indonesian art world as “Our man in Paris”, Salim lived in Paris from 1957 until his death over a decade ago at the age of 100. This is his story.
NOW! Jakarta sat down with Paris-born singer Philippe Vazard and Indonesian bassist Damar to hear more about Khayalan and the Master Project, a cross-cultural rock band on a mission to inspire the world through music.
Celebrating Javanese influence that was present in Paris in 1889, the Impressions Universelles Concert fuses two great cultures together in an enchanting musical performance.
On 7 April, The Dharmawangsa will host a Super Brunch, themed “Parisian Picnic.” Chef Felix Budisetiawan reveals the story behind the team’s efforts to create this special event.
In April, The Dharmawangsa Jakarta returns with its iconic Super Brunch program which highlights more than 120 dishes including 25 of France’s best dishes set up in Parisian Picnic style.
Oscar Lawalata and his compatriots wowed international audiences at the opening of the “Batik for the World” exhibition at UNESCO headquarters in Paris, France.
Designers Oscar Lawalata, Edward Hutabarat, & Denny Wirawan will bring batik to be showcased at the annual exhibition at UNESCO’s headquarter in Paris.
Chef Gilles Marx’s menu includes Entrecôte Café de Paris Style served with USDA Prime Beef Entrecôte/Rib-Eye, Café de Paris Sauce, French Fries and Salad. Enjoy them all at AMUZ Gourmet.