The Lodge Foundation talks about feminism in Indonesia through a monologue titled "Wanodja Soenda" or "Sundanese Women" starring Sita Nursanti, Maudy Koesnaedi and Rieke Dyah Pitaloka.
Officially opened by the Australian Ambassador to Indonesia H.E. Gary Quinlan on 13 November, Two Nations a Friendship is Born exhibition showcased important stories of Australia’s presence in the stage of Indonesian history.
NOW! Jakarta contributors Stephanie Brookes and David Metcalf travelled to Banda Neira Island, taking a deeper look of both its beauty and dark history.
A cemetery in Jakarta honours victims and serves as a space for future generations to learn lessons from the past.
For the first time in Indonesian history, the president, the vice president and members of the local and national legislatures will be elected on the same day.
Javasmith knives is inspired by traditional keris allowing the designer to express his imagination, deep love and pride for Indonesian history and legend.
The Indonesian Heritage Society Library invites you to know more about the Maritime Museum or Museum Bahari