AIYA Links: 16 October

Posted on 16 October, 2015

In the news Wie gehts, masbro! Indonesian literature and publishing is the ‘guest of honour’ at the Frankfurt Book Fair. Changes to…


AIYA SA treated to panel discussion by Indonesian expert panel

Posted on 15 October, 2015

October has been a busy month for South Australian ‘Indonesianists’. Adelaide was host to a range of festivals including Asia…


Berkenalan Dari Akarnya: Refleksi Perjalanan ke Negara Tetangga

Posted on 9 October, 2015

Bekerja pada media asal Australia membuat banyak kawan mengira, saya acapkali wara-wiri ke negeri kanguru untuk urusan tugas. Nyatanya? Tak…


AIYA Links: 9 October

Posted on 9 October, 2015

AIYA is excited to launch a new membership system across Indonesia and Australia, featuring the ability to join AIYA online and streamline…


Meeting SBY

Posted on 5 October, 2015

Joey Eagleton is currently studying Honours in Asian Studies at the University of Western Australia. He is conducting research about…


AIYA Links: 2 October

Posted on 1 October, 2015

In the news Indonesia marked the 50th anniversary of the 1965 coups with continued rejection of an official apology for victims of anti-communist massacres….


Batik Day Every Day

Posted on 1 October, 2015

October 2 is National Batik Day (Hari Batik Nasional) in Indonesia.  Jarrah Sastrawan is a Balinese-Australian who attended primary school…


Basa Basi with Robbie Gaspar – Indonesia: The Real Sleeping Giant of World Football?

Posted on 30 September, 2015

On Monday 21 September 2015, AIYA Western Australia together with the Australian Society for Sports History held a special Basa…


AIYA Links: CAUSINDY Wrap

Posted on 25 September, 2015

Another successful CAUSINDY has drawn to a close! Delegates leave Darwin with a new appreciation of the history and future of…


The Meaningful Eid Al-Adha Celebration

Posted on 23 September, 2015

Eid Al-Adha is an important and special commemoration for our Muslim friends. It’s the most significant celebration for our Muslim…