AIYA Links: 15 December

President Jokowi and Prime Minister Turnbull on the sidelines of the ASEAN Summit in September last year in Vientiane, Laos. (Courtesy of Presidential Office/Laily Rachev)

Can democracy deliver? Read Indonesia’s former foreign minister Marty Natalegawa on Australia-Indonesia diplomatic partnership for democracy.

In the news

  • On last week’s topic of Australia’s Foreign Policy White Paper, read another response in the Diplomat that emphasises on a shared understanding of the Indo-Pacific could form the basis of a stronger Indonesia-Australia partnership.
  • There are doubts the free trade deal between Indonesia and Australia will meet the end of year deadline. It is predicted that the agreement may be signed at the ASEAN-Australia Special Summit in March next year.
  • In this week’s Talking Indonesia podcast, Dr Dirk Tomsa discusses Indonesia’s war on drugs with Ricky Gunawan, a human rights lawyer and director of the Community Legal Aid Institute (LBH Masyarakat) in Jakarta.
  • New Indonesian authors are emerging in the non-historical subsection of Indonesian bookstores, where the stories of the diaspora have found a niche in the inspirational-reading market.
  • What can Indonesia learn in unifying NGOs from Australia? Read the analysis by Australia Awards Scholarship recipients from the Australian Conference on International Development conference.
  • Indonesian soap operas or sinetron are the highest rated and longest running shows in the country. Unlike Neighbours in Australia, Indonesian soap operas believe in the more unbelievable the plot is, the better.
  • Check out Sendok Garpu, an Indonesian restaurant in the Brisbane suburb that recently made its feature in New York Times’ Critics’ Pick.
  • Meet Nurul, Calvin, and Salvika, Indonesian figure skaters training hard in Jakarta hoping to compete in the Winter Olympics.

Events

  • Banda Aceh, 17 December – Attend the premiere screening of Aceh: beyond the tsunami, a documentary exploring the extraordinary stories of 2004 survivors and Q&A with the producers.
  • Yogyakarta, 19 December – The Aceh: beyond the tsunami movie team is also holding a screening in Yogya! Check out the details here on how you can attend the event.

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AIYA Links: 8 December

2017 Foreign Policy White Paper Release (Australian Institute of International Affairs)

Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop launched the Foreign Policy White Paper with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on 23 November. What does Indonesia stand in Australia’s foreign policy priorities?

In the news

  • Many Australian leaders often say that the relationship with Indonesia to be the most important bilateral relationship. However, Professor Tim Lindsey thinks that the noticeably light on details in this year’s white paper will not affect much to Indonesia.
  • My Pain, My Country is a new novel by Dewi Anggraeni looking back at the chaotic riots in 1998, where it seeks to bring cultural nuance to the anti-government protests that led to President Soeharto’s fall.
  • Are Australia and Indonesia as close as you think? Professor Jenny Stewart writes that the people of the two countries know surprisingly little about one another.
  • The Australia-Indonesia Centre recently appointed Helen Brown, a former ABC Indonesia correspondent as its inaugural Digital Economy Fellow.
  • According to the Diplomat, Indonesia’s recent new military chief nomination means that it confirms months of speculation where the key post holds significance within the changing context of Indonesia’s military and politics.
  • ANU’s Ray Yen went to the “reunion” for 2016’s anti-Ahok demonstrations over the weekend, and shares his thoughts on how the event was a joyful celebration of an “Islamic awakening”, but also a platform for religious intolerance and racism.

On the blog

  • This week, we hear from producer Ben Mortley, who is one of the people behind Mukhtar’s Story, a short film originally shot as part of the feature-length documentary Aceh: beyond the tsunami, which has upcoming screenings under Events below.

Events

  • Sydney, 10 December – Come to AIYA NSW’s annual Malam Trivia Night for a fun night of food, prizes, and test your knowledge on all things Australian and Indonesian!
  • Jakarta, 12 December – CEPET KAYA (Capek Macet Mending Kumpul AIYA) is back! Hang out with fellow AIYA members for an afternoon of coffee and lively discussions in the spirit of avoiding city’s traffic jams!
  • Melbourne, 13 December – Attend AIYA VIC’s last language exchange of the year! Just enough time to improve your Indonesian skills or pick up new Aussie slangs for the new year, and you can also meet new friends at the event.
  • Banda Aceh, 17 December – Attend the premiere screening of Aceh: beyond the tsunami, a documentary exploring the extraordinary stories of 2004 survivors and Q&A with the producers.
  • Yogyakarta, 19 December – The Aceh: beyond the tsunami movie team is also holding a screening in Yogya! Check out the details here on how you can attend the event.

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AIYA Links: 1 December

NAILA 2017 was a great success with over 130 high quality video entries from Australians and Indonesians of all ages speaking on this year’s theme, “Origins.” Selamat untuk para pemenang! (Photo taken by Abbie Boyd)

In the news

  • Over this past week, Mount Agung in Bali showed eruption activities that left thousands of residents and tourists stranded. However, flights from Australia to Bali resumed since yesterday.
  • What can Mount Agung teach us to predict future volcano activities? ANU’s Richard John Arculus writes about using ‘volcano forensics’ to map the past and predict the future.
  • Good news! Indonesian citizens are now able to apply for Australian visas online and obtain an e-visa, which makes it easier for Indonesian nationals to apply without having to leave home and can be useful during peak season such as during the Summer.
  • How autonomous are Indonesian universities? As real autonomy involves the freedom to take a critical stance against the interests of the state and market, Diatyka Widya Permata Yasih and Abdil Mughis Mudhoffir think that this is where Indonesian universities are struggling.
  • Now that President Joko Widodo has passed his three year mark in power, how does the Indonesian public view his presidency? Dr Charlotte Setijadi discusses these issues and more with Dr Djayadi Hanan in the latest Talking Indonesia podcast.
  • For a city that’s as big as Jakarta, why did the city only start to have a contemporary art museum last month? Turns out, a world-class Museum MACAN was made possible through one man’s art collection.
  • With many e-commerce companies are setting operations in the Indonesian market, the overarching implications of the rapid growth of internet commerce in Indonesia are more complicated. CAUSINDY Chairman Bede Moore writes on Indonesia’s aggressive leap into e-commerce.

On the blog

  • This week, we catch up with one of our members Albert Christian Soewongsono. Read his story on how Canberra tops as his favorite place in Australia, as a fan of B2M band after discovering them perform in Kupang, and his story in building AIYA NTT Chapter.

Events

  • Sydney, 1 December – If you are still looking for something to do this afternoon, don’t miss out a panel discussion on music and technology for change hosted by Kopernik x Navicula followed by a live acoustic set at the University of Sydney at 5 PM!
  • Sydney, 10 December – Come to AIYA NSW’s annual Malam Trivia Night for a fun night of food, prizes, and test your knowledge on all things Australian and Indonesian!
  • Banda Aceh, 17 December – Attend the premiere screening of Aceh: beyond the tsunami, a documentary exploring the extraordinary stories of 2004 survivors and Q&A with the producers.
  • Yogyakarta, 19 December – The Aceh: beyond the tsunami movie team is also holding a screening in Yogya! Check out the details here on how you can attend the event.

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AIYA Links: 24 November

Setya Novanto arrived in a wheelchair at the Corruption Eradication Commission in Jakarta early this week. (Rosa Panggabean/Antara Foto, via Reuters)

Indonesian anti-corruption officers have arrested the head of the country’s Parliament after failing to appear for questioning over a huge graft scandal, disappeared and then resurfaced at a hospital, claiming to have been severely injured in a car accident.

In the news

  • What do local official arrests tell us about Indonesian political system? An op-ed at the Jakarta Post shows the authoritarian and corrupt regime of the New Order has reincarnated in a more localized way.
  • Islamists have gained strength in Indonesia thanks to political support from Prabowo Subianto’s allies. Read Dr. Terry Russell’s analysis on Zon, Zen, and the art of mass mobilisation in Indonesia.
  • The Sumatran rainforests of Indonesia are home to the Orang Rimba – the people of the jungle. Their faith and nomadic way of life are not recognised by the state and, many are forced to renounce their faith to survive.
  • Demonstrations on International Labour Day have recently featured somewhat surprising calls for the dissolution of the Industrial Relations Court. Dr Herlambang P Wiratraman looks at why the court – originally intended to provide greater protection for workers’ rights – has failed to live up to its promise.
  • Jokowi’s administration has promised to build 1,000km of toll roads, 24 seaports, 35,000 megawatts worth of power plants and more during his five-year term. However, the state enterprises are racking up debt to keep projects going with $355bn infrastructure drive.
  • The Australia-Indonesia Centre’s Indonesia Director Kevin Evans wrote on minority recognition following Australia’s marriage equality poll and Indonesia’s religious freedom Constitutional Court ruling.
  • Newly-appointed Indonesian Ambassador H.E. Kristiarto Legowo speaks about the future of Indonesia-Australia relations: President Jokowi’s bilateral focus on capacity building, trade, and the all-important people-to-people relationships.

On the blog

  • Check out our latest post with Rosie Clynes, whose film Hilang won ReelOzInd’s Best Fiction for 2017. With her background as a theatremaker, the short film was based on her experience of moving to Indonesia and a sense of longing.

Events

  • Brisbane, 24 November – Come join us for an evening to celebrate another excellent year with AIYA QLD in the annual gathering night!
  • Cairns, 24 November – Check out select short films at Australia – Indonesia Short Film Festival screenings across Indonesia and Australia.
  • Darwin, 25 November – Join AIYA NT! Please see how you can get involved under Opportunities below.
  • Yogyakarta, 25 November – You’re all invited to AIYA Yogya Language Exchange for 2017! It will be a combination of Language Exchange and our Community Outreach Programme with Rumah Impian.
  • Canberra, 25 November – Come and join Festival Indonesia at Indonesian Embassy! The Festival will offer iconic culinary delights, cultural performances, arts and crafts, fashion show, exhibitions, and many more.
  • Adelaide, 25 November – Celebrate the start of Summer vacation by joining AIYA SA and PPIA SA’s End of Semester Pesta! Enjoy a fun day of great food, games and music jams.
  • Yogyakarta, 30 November – Curious to hear what AIYA Yogyakarta has been up to in the past year? AIYA Yogyakarta is holding AGM where you can hear updates from the team and also elections for executives.
  • Perth, 30 November – Join AIYA WA for a special public screening of As Worlds Divide, a movie that takes us on an intimate journey inside the lives of people in Mentawai and the culture.
  • Sydney, 10 December – Come to AIYA NSW’s annual Malam Trivia Night for a fun night of food, prizes, and test your knowledge on all things Australian and Indonesian!

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AIYA Links: 17 November

Same Sex Marriage Rally in Australia. (AAP/Carol Cho)

Last Wednesday, Australians have voted 61.6 percent in favour of same-sex marriage. As a neighbouring country, what does this mean to Indonesia? Listen to ABC’s Andrew West on tolerance, gay marriage, and Indonesia’s Pancasila.

In the news

On the blog

Events

  • Melbourne, 20 November – Attend Lowy Institute’s lecture series of Beyond access: Making Indonesia’s education system work where leading experts on policy and politics Indonesia will discuss underlying political and social relationships in Indonesia’s education system.
  • Jember, Samarinda, Cairns, 18 & 24 November – Check out select short films at Australia – Indonesia Short Film Festival screenings across Indonesia and Australia.
  • Darwin, 25 November – Join AIYA NT! Please see how you can get involved under Opportunities below.
  • Canberra, 25 November – Come and join Festival Indonesia at Indonesian Embassy! The Festival will offer iconic culinary delights, cultural performances, arts and crafts, fashion show, exhibitions, and many more.
  • Adelaide, 25 November – Celebrate the start of Summer vacation by joining AIYA SA and PPIA SA’s End of Semester Pesta! Enjoy a fun day of great food, games and music jams.
  • Yogyakarta, 30 November – Curious to hear what AIYA Yogyakarta has been up to in the past year? AIYA Yogyakarta is holding AGM where you can hear updates from the team and also elections for executives.

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AIYA Links: 10 November

In the news

  • A new species of orangutan has been identified living on the island of Sumatra. A new study shows that the population of about 800 apes living in the Sumatran mountains are genetically distinct, and makes it the rarest great ape on earth.
  • Jokowi’s hands may be tied in what civil society groups see as Indonesia’s slide back into authoritarianism. Tim Lindsey at Melbourne Law School writes about what recent protests at Jakarta Legal Aid Foundation may imply to the future of Indonesian democracy.
  • Related to the topic, Saskia Wieringa provides a first-hand account of the events of the attack in Inside Indonesia.
  • Nadjib Riphat Kesoema, a former ambassador to Australia said Indonesia needs a strong branding strategy and closer coordination for its public diplomatic efforts with Australia.
  • What is a foodventurer? NPR sat down with Indonesia’s rising food blogger, Prawnche Ngaditowo, about food and social media outlets that help bind Indonesia together.
  • A new study by Uber and Boston Consulting Group shows that Jakartans spend an average 22 days a year in traffic, where on an average day, drivers spend 68 minutes in traffic and 21 minutes looking for parking.
  • Get to know Aaron Seeto, an Aussie heading Museum MACAN in Jakarta, Indonesia’s first large-scale contemporary art museum that just opened last week, in an interview with the Australian.

On the blog

  • AIYA Annual is back and we want to hear from you! We are building on the success of AIYA Annual 2016 report by including original material from our talented AIYA members. Check out this page for more details and some ideas to get your creative minds buzzing. Submit before 21 November 2017 and selected pieces will be published in the report by January 2018.
  • We spoke with Michael Abimanyu Kaeng, a school student whose film Water for Grandpa Jan won Best Youth Film at ReelOzInd this year. Check out the story about the inspiration behind his film and his creative approach and family support in the production process (bahasa Indonesia).

Events

  • Canberra, 13 November – Attend Leila S Chudori’s lecture at ANU, where she will share her creative process and Indonesian literature.
  • Sydney, 14 November – New date: Check out AIYA NSW’s discussion panel on the military relationship between Indonesia and Australia with experts from Imparsial – The Indonesian Human Rights Monitor and Australian Department of Defence.
  • Melbourne, 15 November – Join AIYA VIC’s upcoming language exchange! If you are looking to level up your Indonesian skills or add few more Aussie slangs, then this is for you. All levels are welcome!
  • Melbourne, 20 November – Attend Lowy Institute’s lecture series of Beyond access: Making Indonesia’s education system work where leading experts on policy and politics Indonesia will discuss underlying political and social relationships in Indonesia’s education system.
  • Jember, Samarinda, Cairns, 18 & 24 November – Check out select short films at Australia – Indonesia Short Film Festival screenings across Indonesia and Australia.
  • Darwin, 25 November – Join AIYA NT! Please see how you can get involved under Opportunities below.

Opportunities

Real Indonesia – Exclusive Offer for AIYA Members! 

Started by an AIYA member, Real Indonesia is a new Australian company that connects curious, conscious travellers to authentic travel experiences beyond South Bali. As Real Indonesia will be running their pilot tours in early December, as AIYA members, you have exclusive access to the discount code! Use the promo code “PILOT” on checkout to get 35% off these first travel experiences, visit their website to view dates and book.

Also, sign up to their mailing list for exclusive access and discounts, if you can’t make it on these first travel experiences they will be opening more destinations in Indonesia soon! If you want to be inspired about traveling to Indonesia – like their Facebook and follow their Instagram.

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AIYA Links: 3 November

In the news

  • Eastern Indonesia and outback Australia share the same energy challenges, and this presents lots of opportunities for the two countries to work together in improving electrification rate. Watch this video where Australia’s Consul General to Makassar, Richard Mathews, shares his insights about the topic and the upcoming Renewable Energy Field Study in Eastern Indonesia.
  • Can Australia and Indonesia work together on challenges in the South China Sea? ANU’s Gatra Priyandita gives his analysis on how the two countries can play meaningful roles in mediating tensions and exercise a middle power leadership.
  • In case you missed Professor Todung Mulya Lubis’ presentation in Melbourne, check out his article on Indonesia’s fragile democracy, and why he thinks that the the country is unlikely to return to authoritarian, military-dominated rule.
  • The Australian government handed over Innovation for Indonesia’s School Children (INOVASI) in Sumba Island, East Nusa Tenggara. Delivered as an education partnership, INOVASI focuses on efforts to improve the quality of literacy and numeracy learning outcomes of elementary school students.

On the blog

  • Despite being close neighbours, why do Indonesia and Australia trade and invest very little between each other? Kyle Springer at the University of Western Australia explores this issue and why the Indonesia – Australia Comprehensive Partnership Agreement might be a starting point to revive the two countries’ economic relations (originally published on The Conversation).

Events

  • Busselton, 4 November – Join the biggest Indonesian cultural event in the Southwest of Australia tomorrow! Held by Indonesian Ministry of Tourism and the Southwest Indonesia Community, Wonderful Indonesia Getaway is offering you a day full of entertainment, delicious Indonesian food, and children’s activities.
  • Sydney, 6 November – Come join AIYA NSW for Networking and Language Exchange! This fun-filled night will give you a chance to relax, practice Indonesian/English language skills and meet like-minded young professionals and students, who are interested in all things Australia-Indonesia. Ayo!
  • Jakarta, 7 November – Rather than spending hours being stuck in traffic, why not come hang out at the upcoming Cepet Kaya event? Join AIYA Jakarta for a fun afternoon where you can meet new friends and have a nice chit-chat over coffee. Check out the details here and RSVP to jakarta@aiya.org.au.
  • Sydney, 8 November – Check out AIYA NSW’s discussion panel on the military relationship between Indonesia and Australia with experts from Imparsial – The Indonesian Human Rights Monitor and Australian Department of Defence.
  • Melbourne, 8 November – Join AIYA VIC’s upcoming language exchange! If you are looking to level up your Indonesian skills or add few more Aussie slangs, then this is for you. All levels are welcome!
  • Surabaya, Cairns, Sydney, Jember, Samarinda, 27 September – 18 November – Catch Fierrany’s film and other short films at Australia – Indonesia Short Film Festival screenings across Indonesia and Australia.
  • Melbourne, 20 November – Attend Lowy Institute’s lecture series of Beyond access: Making Indonesia’s education system work where leading experts on policy and politics Indonesia will discuss underlying political and social relationships in Indonesia’s education system.

Opportunities

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AIYA Links: 27 October

In the news

On the blog

  • We chatted with Fierrany Halita, whose film Acquiescence won Best Animation and Co-Best Film at ReelOzInd 2017. Read more on this week’s post where she shared her inspiration to create her short film, major animation influences, and her hopes for Indonesian film industry.
  • AIYA Member Spotlight is back! This time, we spoke with Disty Winata, our new AIYA Links editor who is passionate about tempe and Indonesia-Australia creative community.

Events

  • Yogyakarta, 28 October – The scariest thing is yet to come! Join AIYA Yogyakarta’s Halloween Party for a great night of language, fun, and spooky costumes.
  • Sydney, 30 October – See Merry Riana’s I’m Possible live in Moore Park with guests Iwan Sunito and Dino Patti Djalal.
  • Melbourne, 1 November – Attend AIYA VIC AGM! Please see how you can get involved under Opportunities below.
  • Sydney, 6 November – Come join AIYA NSW for Networking and Language Exchange! This fun-filled night will give you a chance to relax, practice Indonesian/English language skills and meet like-minded young professionals and students, who are interested in all things Australia-Indonesia. Ayo!
  • Tangerang, Surabaya, Cairns, Sydney, Jember, Samarinda, 27 September – 18 November – Catch Fierrany’s film and other short films at Australia – Indonesia Short Film Festival screenings across Indonesia and Australia.
  • Melbourne, 20 November – Attend Lowy Institute’s lecture series of Beyond access: Making Indonesia’s education system work where leading experts on policy and politics Indonesia will discuss underlying political and social relationships in Indonesia’s education system.

Opportunities

  • DEADLINE EXTENDED: We’re still on the hunt for a Finance Officer to join the AIYA National team! The deadline for applications has been extended to THIS SUNDAY, 29 October.
  • Join AIYA VIC! We are looking for President, Vice-President Internal and Vice-President External candidates. You may self-nominate here before 31 October or simply catch up with fellow members and hear what has been happening in the past year.
  • Voting is now open for 2017 NAILA People’s Choice Award! Cast your favorite video here before 10 November 2017.
  • AIYEP 2017/2018 is being hosted in NSW this year and it is seeking host families in Sydney from 28 October – 17 November and in Newcastle or Central Coast from 20 November to 9 December. Click here for more information about the program.
  • ReelOzInd is still accepting votes for favorite film of the year! View all 21 shortlisted films and vote here. Enjoy!
  • Do you know anyone who has made significant contributions to Indonesians and Australian communities? Australia Indonesia Awards are accepting nominations on food, fashion/leisure, and research until 31 October.
  • Festival Cerita Jakarta’s Postcard Exchange program looking for postcard pals from Australia. Read more about the program here and email ira.wulandari@gmail.com to sign up for the program.
  • Are you interested in studying in Bandung in January 2018? Check out IndoAustay’s Adult Immersion Course to find out more about how you can participate in the program and apply before 5 November.
  • Learning a language? Get Indonesian & English language help with UniBRIDGE Project.

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AIYA Links: 20 October

In the news

On the blog

Events

  • Makassar, 21 October – Do you want to improve your English and Bahasa Indonesia? Or do you want to learn more about Australian culture? If so, come and join AIYA Eastern Indonesia’s language exchange meet-up TOMORROW!
  • Sydney, 24 October – Come to AIYA NSW’s Malam Karier – Indonesian Careers Night, where experts from AFS Intercultural Programs Australia, Sydney Southeast Asia Centre, and Telstra will share their experiences followed by Q&A and networking.
  • Mooloolaba, 25 October – AIYA QLD and UniBRIDGE are hosting Language Exchange Night, join this fun event of socialising, networking, ngobrol seru, and free pizza.
  • Melbourne, 25 October – Attend AIYA Victoria’s Language Exchange, where you can polish your Indonesians and learn some Aussie slang. All levels are welcome!
  • Perth, 26 October – Grab your tickets to AIYA WA’s upcoming Basa Basi event with Dr Mike Nahan MLA, Leader of the Western Australian Opposition.
  • Sydney, 26 October – Check out AIYA NSW’s discussion panel on the military relationship between Indonesia and Australia with experts from Imparsial – The Indonesian Human Rights Monitor and Australian Department of Defence.
  • Yogyakarta, 28 October – The scariest thing is yet to come! Join AIYA Yogyakarta’s Halloween Party for a great night of language, fun, and spooky costumes.
  • Melbourne, Yogyakarta, Adelaide, Jakarta, Denpasar, Brisbane, Darwin, Sydney, 27 September – 7 November – Don’t miss out the upcoming ReelOzInd’s Australia – Indonesia Short Film Festival screenings in select cities across Australia and Indonesia.

Opportunities

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AIYA Links: 13 October

In the news

On the blog

Events

  • Adelaide, 13 October – Don’t miss out AIYA SA’s free movie screening of Solo, Solitude: Istirahatlah Kata Kata TODAY! Head over to Flinders University at 5 PM to watch it.
  • Perth, 14 October – Come to the biggest Indonesian cultural event in WA, Kreasi Indonesia – the Spirit of Garuda where you can enjoy tasty Indonesian food, music, dance, and musical drama!
  • Canberra, 16 October – If you love games and trivia, this is for you! AIYA ACT and ANU Indonesian Students Association are hosting Quiz Night. Sign up to participate and attend for a night full of laughter and fun.
  • Melbourne, 17 October – AIYA VIC hosts “Suku Mentawai” movie screening as part of ‘watch a film, save a culture’ campaign. Datang dan nontonbareng yuk!
  • Melbourne, 18 October – Join the Language Exchange event to polish your Indonesian skills and perhaps pick up some Aussie slang.
  • Sydney, 24 October – Come to AIYA NSW’s Malam Karier – Indonesian Careers Night, where experts from AFS Intercultural Programs Australia, Sydney Southeast Asia Centre, and Telstra will share their experiences followed by Q&A and networking.
  • Mooloolaba, 25 October – AIYA QLD and UniBRIDGE are hosting Language Exchange Night, join this fun event of socialising, networking, ngobrol seru, and free pizza.
  • Perth, 26 October – Grab your tickets to AIYA WA’s upcoming Basa Basi event with Dr Mike Nahan MLA, Leader of the Western Australian Opposition.

Opportunities

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