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Semen Indonesia operates packing plant in Kalimantan

March 3, 2014

An increase in cement sales in Kalimantan has driven PT Semen Indonesia to operate a packing plant in Banjarmasin with a capacity of 600,000 tonnes per year....

Country

(courtesy of pinpointpolitics.co.uk)

Indonesian politics heats up in election year

February 28, 2014

In a presidential election year, Indonesian politics is heating up to be a very interesting prospect for observers. The machinations of Indonesia’s...

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    New hotels for Indonesia in 2014

    March 5, 2014 • Tourism

    According to latest figures released by travel research firm STR Global, Indonesia will build around 149 new hotels in 2014, with a whopping total of 23,778 rooms. This number accounts for 7.7% of 2,063 new hotels across the Asia Pacific. It is also the third highest total of hotel developments after China, with 481 hotels, [&hellip...

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    A Parisian in love with tempe

    November 21, 2013 • Culinary, Entrepreneur, Featured

    Ana Larderet, a Parisian, never thought that her trip to Indonesia would lead to a new life-long passion: tempe. Ana studies politics and international relations in one of the most prestigious universities in France, Sciences Po Paris. It is a rule there that all the undergraduate students have to spend their third academic year abroad. [&hellip...

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    Bali awarded best island in Asia

    November 12, 2013 • City, Featured, Tourism

    Condé Nast Traveler, the world’s premier travelling magazine, has declared Bali the No.1 island in Asia. Lombok also came in at fifth in the readers choice award. Condé Nast readers gave Bali an overall rating of 83.1, the highest in its category. The popular island was rated highly for its friendliness, scenery and atmosphere, but [&hellip...

  • An Indonesian the ‘King of Tempeh’ in Japan

    October 21, 2013 • Culinary, Featured, People

    Tempe, the food that can be found seemingly everywhere in Indonesia, has been gaining popularity in Japan through the efforts of Rustono, a Yogyakartan with a passion for the fermented soybean dish. Rustono moved to Japan with his wife, Tsuruko Kuzumoto in 1997 after working 7 years in a hotel. Determined to have his own [&hellip...

Lifestyle

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Danar Hadi’s Batik Pop-Up Museum at Grand Indonesia

October 8, 2013

To celebrate Indonesia’s National Batik Day on 2nd October, boutique batik brand Danar Hadi Batik is this month presenting a pop-up batik museum at...

People

(courtesy of pinpointpolitics.co.uk)

Indonesian politics heats up in election year

February 28, 2014

In a presidential election year, Indonesian politics is heating up to be a very interesting prospect for observers. The machinations of Indonesia’s...

Education