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Bill Lloyd, Managing Director of Asian Tigers Mobility Indonesia

In this issue’s Business Profile we meet Bill Lloyd, Managing Director of Asian Tigers Mobility Indonesia. Bill is an American expat who has been based in Indonesia...

Meet Josef Fuchs of ISCO Foundation

Meet Josef Fuchs, an Austrian expat passionate about bringing learning to marginalized children of Indonesia. Josef has been living in Indonesia for 30 years, and is...

Bali: A Photographer’s Dream

Photographs of Bali are iconic to eyes all around the world, ranging from stunning, terraced padi fields, beaches and surfing, to ancient temples. Here are some...

CBT Psychotherapy in Bali

In this issue’s Business Profile, we meet Ellie Donnelly (BA, PGDip, MSc), Consultant CBT Psychotherapist for Daisy Retreat, Bali. Can you tell us a bit about Daisy...

Capitalism vs The Climate

We are entitled to look back at 2014 with some pride. Recent achievements include democratic elections where the old political elite were told where to go; while the...

Desolation at the Ragunan Zoo, Jakarta

More than twenty years ago, I went to Ragunan Zoo quite often with my children. It made for a pleasant walk, shaded by trees and the animals adding to the fun. It even...

Jakarta Fashion Week Raises the Stakes in the Game of Fashion

Dying beautifully and relinquishing, its flame, the embers of Jakarta Fashion Week 2015 (JFW) leave behind memories on a fashion horizon of spectacular creations, quirky...

A Roof for Street Musicians

It was a busy night at the Yoga Barn Ubud, when my fellow journalist friend and I went last month. We didn’t come for a yoga class, but for the screening of Jalanan...

Effortless: President Jokowi Shows How to do Dapper

I can’t claim to be an authority on politics and some would say that what I do purport to know would only fill the cerebral cortex of an inebriated newt! My only wish...

Cover Your Coughing, Please!

A young investment banker sat opposite me at a recent meeting in a Jakarta high-rise building and coughed repeatedly without covering his mouth. I try not to be critical...

Recycling Materials and Lives for a Brighter Future

While Titi Marley was growing up in Jakarta in the 90s, her parents were preachers, and they lived near a scavenger compound. Not one to sit still, her mother would...

Do the Right Thing: The Proper Disposal of Waste on Bali

In less than one generation, the reality of waste in Bali has totally metamorphosed. During this era of globalization, there are now exponentially more plastics,...

5,000 Volunteers Take to the Streets to Clean Up Jakarta

On Sunday, October 19th 2014, Jakarta’s citizens carried out the Indonesian tradition of gotong royong by picking up rubbish and cleaning up Jakarta together in...

Changing Faces of Batik

I first met Serbian artist Mikro Kosmos (Miroslav Dukic) in Borneo earlier this year. He played a didgeridoo which he created himself and I was intrigued by this tall,...

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