Being Multiethnic, Only the Sky Is the Limit

Posted on 15 July, 2021

By: Victor Max Immanuel Koespramanto  Translation by Gabriella Pasya – AIYA National Translator Versi Bahasa Indonesia, click here. Being multicultural…


I.D.E.A as Idea Bank

Posted on 22 June, 2021

Indonesian version, click here. Translation by Gabriella Pasya & Adolf Richardo – AIYA National Translation team Graphic Design by Yudi…


Budayaku: A Poem by Christopher Sukarno

Posted on 5 June, 2021

Budayaku – by Christopher Sukarno, AIYA Victoria Budayaku dimana? Apakah budaya di warna kulitku? Atau ketahuan dari lidahku? Kenapa kamu…


Everything you need to know about Batik

Posted on 3 June, 2021

By Yana Gill – Sanggar Lestari WHAT IS BATIK Batik is a traditional Indonesian cloth that originated from the island…


AIYA Batik Workshop

Posted on 3 June, 2021

Photo from AIYA Victoria By Yana Gill – Sanggar Lestari A day well spent with AIYA and friends in Carlton…


Women’s Rights Advocacy in Australia and Indonesia

Posted on 1 June, 2021

By Adeline Tinessia – AIYA Links Officer The focus on the inequality and injustices suffered by women have become ever…


Baku Bantu, The Raekore Community Rises in Solidarity to fight Cyclone

Posted on 31 May, 2021

“That roof once stood firmly beneath the horizon, pointing up towards the Zenith, before being blown to one side with…


AIYA Profile – Joshua Sutedjo

Posted on 31 May, 2021

Indonesian version, click here. Josh is AIYA’s National treasurer, which means that he is in charge of keeping the books…


How Dutch Imperialism of Indonesia gave us the COVID-19 vaccine

Posted on 21 April, 2021

By Fahry Slatter – AIYA National Blog Editor Translated by Gabriella Pasya – AIYA National Translator Bahasa Indonesia version, click…


Punctuality in Indonesia and the dire consequences of being late

Posted on 7 April, 2021

By: Fahry Slatter – AIYA National Blog Editor Translated by: Gabriella Pasya – AIYA National Translator Graphic Design by: Dinda…