Join us for a Halloween treat featuring a ghost story with vigilante mobs, bureaucratic stonewalling, and governmental corruption!
Various groups appear to be deliberately burnishing the image of Din Minimi to draw attention to criticism of the provincial government.
CSEAS has compiled a list of SE Asia films at the upcoming Honolulu International Film Festival (HIFF).
Spotlighting Indonesian books in translation by the Lontar Foundation as Indonesia will be the Guest of Honor at the 2015 Frankfurt Book Fair.
Christoph Schwab travelled two weeks through a small portion of the country and put together this charming video of the sprawling archipelago.
9 Daga introduces the audience to the slums of Indonesia and paints a bleak life on the harsh reality of its characters. (on 09/16)
IPAC examines the resilience of the pro-independence movement in Papua in their latest report.
Watch a video about a mother and daughter-in-law team who make wonderful batik in Java.
Margareta Taub Kapitan’s success in a women’s weaving group is intimately connected with the sweeping political changes that overtook Indonesia during the Suharto era.
Still in her thirties, Siti Samsiyah is the moving force behind a batik enterprise on the island of Madura.