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AIYA Links: 15 July

Ruangrupa’s artistic direction of Documenta 15 introduces a global audience to the conscious collectivity that has been a feature of modern Indonesian art since the early twentieth century. Indonesian artists […]

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AIYA Links: 8 July

Two viruses now in Bali a ‘$100 billion’ timebomb for Aussie farmers. In the news Australian superannuation industry leaders to visit Indonesia to turbocharge the economic relationship, as Australia tries […]

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AIYA Links: 1 July

How the Albanese government could refocus on Southeast Asia in 2022 – and beyond. In the news Loaded with a mix of fresh chilli, ginger, garlic, onion and shrimp paste, […]

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AIYA Links: 24 June

The Australian Indonesian Youth Association 2021 Annual is finally out!  In the news Loaded with a mix of fresh chilli, ginger, garlic, onion and shrimp paste, blachan is a popular […]

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AIYA Links: 17 June

Long before Australia’s new Prime Minister Anthony Albanese made his first bilateral visit to Jakarta, Indonesia’s trust in Australia was already slipping. In the news Economic diplomacy: New supply chains […]

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AIYA Links: 3 June

What the extraordinary funeral rituals of Tana Toraja and Trunyan in Indonesia can teach us about living a better life. In the news Australia’s new Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and […]

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AIYA Links: 27 May

Indonesia-Australia to potentially collaborate in creative economy. In the news More than 600 kilometres from Darwin, in the remote East Arnhem Land community of Nhulunbuy, 130 US Marines, Australian Defence […]

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AIYA Links: 20 May

Indonesian Army joins Australian and US forces for humanitarian response training. In the news ABC Indonesia berbicara dengan tiga warga asal Indonesia yang sekarang tinggal dan bekerja di Sydney, Melbourne, […]

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AIYA Links: 12 May

AIYA NSW is celebrating its 10th birthday by releasing Episode 2 of AIYA NSW’s new podcast “Dia Loh Gue”. In the news Elon Musk recently met with Indonesian Minister Luhut […]

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