Nadya Joy Gozon Ador

Nadya Joy Ador is a Philippines-based journalist and editor for Content Collision. She routinely covers business, news, and human interest topics. See her portfolio at nadyajoyador.c2live.com and build your own for free!

One Hotelier’s Take on Indonesia as an Emerging Market

One of the world’s largest resort companies and the third-biggest hotel chain in Europe, Meliá Hotels International says it is committed to the development of...

baby-hostage

Hospital Holds Baby Hostage for Unpaid Bill

The parents of the newborn baby are stuck in limbo at Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital for an unpaid bill of nearly US$4,000. The pair have appealed to the public and media...

Police Chief Orders Shooting of Thieves “On Sight”

Chief of Central Java Police General Condro Kirono has ordered his officers to shoot thieves “on sight” as part of a resolution to curb the rising number of robbery...

Gang Leader Gets Death Penalty for Teen’s Rape and Murder

Zainal, the leader of the group of boys who brutally raped and murdered a 14-year-old schoolgirl in Sumatra, was sentenced to the death penalty by an Indonesian court on...

Passenger Grabs Wheel from Sleepy GrabCar Driver

GrabCar is investigating a claim from one Indonesian user who says he had to grab the steering wheel of the vehicle after noticing the driver was falling asleep.

Bali to Become the Next Big Culinary Capital

The government is pushing for Bali to be the country’s gastronomy capital. Jakarta has carried out campaigns to raise awareness on the origins of Balinese cuisine and...

This Renewable Energy Firm is Focusing on Indonesia

Indonesia and its more than 17,500 islands is sometimes called the ‘Emerald of the Equator’ because the archipelago looks like a bunch of emeralds strung together...

Environmental Project Grabs $1M for Forest of Hope

The Danish government has granted a third funding round to the restoration management project of Indonesia’s lowland rainforests.

International Advocacy Group Fights for Rights of Terror Victims

An international human rights group is pushing for Indonesia to honour the rights of terror victims, particularly foreign tourists facing cultural challenges with the...

Indonesia Signs Contract for First Major Wind Energy Project

Indonesia and Denmark make history with a signed agreement on a project to develop the first 60-megawatt wind farm in South Sulawesi on Monday, September 19. Minister...

education equity

Jokowi Pushes for Aggressive Education Inclusion

The Education Commission (or the International Commission on Financing Global Education Opportunity) has submitted its first budget proposal to jump-start the push on...

Fourth Indonesian Hostage Freed by Abu Sayyaf

After the release of three Indonesian fishermen on Sunday, September 18, a fourth Indonesian hostage was freed by the militant group Abu Sayyaf on Thursday, September...

Breaking the Stigma on Mental Illness in Indonesia

The Get Happy Campaign aims to eliminate the stigma and encourage awareness on the country’s mental health problems.

same-sex abuse and rape

Advocates Push for Rape Definition to Include Same-Sex Abuse

Indonesian advocacy group Women’s Coalition called for the inclusion of same-sex abuse under the definition of rape at a recent hearing for the judicial review of the...

Education Guide 2017

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