AIYA Links for 11 April, 2013
- Bloomberg reports on growth in Indonesia’s regions: smaller cities are expected to outpace Jakarta by 2030.
- The Australian reports on the government’s exclusion of consortiums from the AsiaBound grants scheme: Monash and RMIT have both expressed their support for ACICIS.
- ‘Heavy metal, Islamist politics, and democracy’: Dan Murphy on Indonesia’s evolving political culture.
- Could black magic be the key to fighting corruption in Indonesia?
- Andrea Hirata, the author of Laskar Pelangi, interviewed on the ABC’s Big Ideas program.
- Alan Dupont argues that the Australia-Indonesia relationship has experienced a ‘remarkable turnaround‘ since 1999.
- An interesting blog post on RALLY, an exhibition which recently finished at NGV International.
- Asian language teachers are in strong demand.
- ABC News on a small group of organic farmers in West Java, who have pioneered a new method of rice production.
- The International Herald Tribune looks at Indonesia’s military court system.
- The Herb Feith Foundation will be screening John Darling’s 2003 film The Healing of Bali at Monash University this Wednesday.
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