Spice Sisters Spice-Up Jakarta
Indonesian-born Australians Tasia and Gracia Seger, known as the Spice Sisters and winners of the 2016 Australian cooking competition TV show My Kitchen Rules, shared their skills and samples of their winning recipes with hospitality students during a cooking demo at Podomoro University, Jakarta.
Muslim Exchange Participants Experience Islam and Diversity
A group of Muslim Exchange Program (MEP) participants will share their experience of Islam in both countries through a collection of writings entitled Hidup Damai di Negeri Multikultur: Pengalaman Peserta Pertukaran Tokoh Muda Muslim Australia-Indonesia.
Eight Years of Australian and Indonesian Cooperation for Better Roads, Sanitation and Water
A partnership between the Australian and Indonesian governments has seen more than 400,000 piped water connections, generated A$23 million in new bus infrastructure construction and is expected to create another 55,000 piped sanitation connections by 2019.
Bush Tucker Comes to Jakarta
Ever tasted kangaroo steak, smoked crocodile or finger limes? Australian celebrity chef Lynton Tapp is in Jakarta this week and bringing with him a taste of the Australian Outback.
New Book Showcases Emerging Islamic Scholars
The work of several of Indonesia’s emerging Islamic scholars has been published in a new book, Muslim Subjectivity: Spektrum Islam Indonesia. The six scholars completed their theses while participating in the Partnership in Islamic Education Scholarship (PIES) program.
Prominent public art icon to embody South Australia – West Java ties
A striking new public artwork jointly created by South Australia and West Java will be prominently located in front of Government House in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia – symbolic of the importance of cultural exchange to both countries.