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AIYA Links: 17 September

Penari balet Australia keturunan Indonesia, Juliet Catherina Widyasari Burnett, sangat terkejut ketika menerima kabar dirinya telah memenangkan penghargaan “40 Under 40” pada 7 September lalu. In the news Applications for […]

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AIYA Links: 10 September

Three years after the Indonesian island of Lombok was devastated by earthquakes, a team of Australian and Indonesian charity organisations have set up Asia’s first sustainable and earthquake-resistant school on […]

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AIYA Links: 3 September

Australia’s new ambassador to Indonesia, Penny Williams, is the country’s first woman envoy in Jakarta and has begun her tenure after submitting her letters of credentials to the government on […]

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AIYA Links: 27 August

In the news Australia is emblematic of tensions and opportunities for plurilingual societies. Despite it being home to speakers of hundreds of different languages, it continues to pervade some levels […]

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AIYA Links: 20 August

Indonesian Icons: The enduring power of ‘Indonesia Raya’ What is it about “Indonesia Raya” that evokes such overwhelming emotion? Are Indonesians simply wired to be moved by the song at […]

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AIYA Links: 13 August

The global COVID-19 pandemic has had an unprecedented impact on international education. However, despite – or perhaps because of – these limitations, educational partnerships between Australia and Indonesia have flourished, […]

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AIYA Links: 6 August

While COVID-19 has overwhelmed the best healthcare systems in developed nations, resource-limited hospitals in countries such as Indonesia face even greater, unprecedented challenges. The problems with fragmented supply chains, information […]

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AIYA LINKS: 2 July

In the news The latest Lowy Poll shows the gaps in Australian public’s understanding that bedevils the goal of closer bilateral relations between Australia and Indonesia. There have been some […]

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AIYA LINKS: 25 JUNE

Pan-fried or deep-fried, battered or braised, simmered or steamed, tempe can do it all. This cultured soy-based protein might finally be gaining the cult status it deserves. Read more In […]

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AIYA Links: 18 June

Local authorities in rural Indonesia are giving away live chickens as an incentive for older residents to be vaccinated against COVID-19!  Read more In the news Coronavirus is surging again […]

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