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Boyong Kedhaton Carnival Marks Surakarta's 272nd Anniversary

The Boyong Kedhaton carnival and the Adeging Kutha Sala dance closed the celebrations for the 272nd anniversary of the city of Surakarta on Saturday. ...

Lombok Festival Inspired by Tale of a 'Sea Worm' Princess

Thousands of people gathered in Seger Beach in Indonesia to catch and eat sea worms, a symbol of prosperity. The Bau Nyale Festival, meaning "catching ...

A Day in the Life of a Singapore Hawker

After three years in the banking industry, Ms Kelly Wong decided to start learning how to make wonton noodles from her father around 2013, ...

Fascinating Map of the World Reveals Each Country's Second Language

The website MoveHub.com is a resource for people looking to move abroad. It has released this eye-opening infographic that shows the second language of every ...

Indonesian Farmers Kill Two Birds With One Stone

Akhyari Hananto3 years ago
Farmers in Sleman, a district of Yogyakarta, has been using a method called "rice-fish farming" to boost their income and promote a more ecosystem-friendly ...

Indonesian Label Goes to London Fashion Week 2017

Indonesia's ready-to-wear label Lekat has been selected to take part in London Fashion Week 2017. "This will be Lekat's first international opportunity," Amanda Indah Lestari, ...

Indonesian Young People Have the Best Mental Wellbeing in the World

Young people in the UK have the poorest mental wellbeing in the world – with the exception of Japan – and list money, getting ...

Indonesian Martial Arts Legend to Come in Big Screen, Co-Produced with Hollywood

Fox International Productions the local-language moviemaking arm of 20th Century Fox, is to co-produce its first feature film in Indonesia. It will produce “212 Warrior,” ...

Google Brings Rainforest Right to Your Smartphone

  From 11 February, ArtScience Museum visitors will be able to effect real-world change through interactive technology at the museum’s latest permanent development, Into the ...

Think 70 is Old? Not in Japan

Not long ago seen as the “twilight years”, 65 to 75 is the new “semi-elderly”, according to ageing experts in Japan. A study carried out ...