Disney Aaron Stone’s Sweetheart Is From Indonesia

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It was like fate when Tania Gunadi won a green card lottery to move from Indonesia to the United States. When she first came to the US, the first thing she noticed was the way the L.A. freeways seemed so clean and magical. New to the language she managed to learn English quickly while working [...]

Indonesia, Thailand’s Most Serious Competitor

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I found one interesting writing on the net, written by our fella Thai, and of course the writing should be seen from Thai perspective. In fact, I do believe that in Southeast Asia, Indonesia’s peers are not India, China, and nor Philippines (many said that Philippines is veering from track, and now lagging behind even [...]

India And Indonesia – An Analysis Of Our Foreign Policy

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India’s rise in profile in the ASEAN region is because of the acceptance of her stature by major ASEAN countries such as Indonesia. Over the years the two countries have engaged in cooperative initiatives on bilateral and multilateral issues. A STRONG functional democracy and a sustained economy even in the light of the recent global recession [...]

11 Most Romantic Places In Indonesia

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Indonesia’s natural beauty is no doubt, one of world’s best. We have selected 11 most romantic sites in Indonesia for you guys to explore. 1.Bintan Island, Riau Bintan Island is located in Riau Islands province, the atmosphere on this island is so enchanting . Sparkling white sand, blue water, and trees are the combination that makes this island [...]

Nim’s Indonesian Adventure

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Have you seen Nim’s Island, an American film directed by Jennifer Flackett and Mark Levin? The film stars Abigail Breslin, Jodie Foster, and Gerard Butler. I just did so myself yesterday and there were something that caught my eyes and made me smile. There was this part when Alexandra Rover, played by Jodie Foster is [...]

A Staggering Largest Monument

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Asia possesses a staggering historical collection of architectural wonders that rivals its European counterparts in many ways. Angkor Wat in Cambodia is one such edifice, a religious complex as monumental as the monuments of Imperial Rome. Less known is the Buddhist temple complex in Indonesia known as Borobudur, an assemblage of 2,672 relief panels and [...]

Telkom Indonesia And The Undersea Cables

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PT Telkom Indonesia Int’l (TII) increases international bandwith by joining the sea cable development  connecting Indonesia, Singapore, Philippines, Hongkong, Japan, and then linked to the US and Latin America. The cooperation agreement was agreed in Honolulu, United States. TII addition, some operators join the world in such SJC Reliance Globalcom (via FLAG Pacific Limited Bermuda), Globe Telecom [...]

Indonesia’s #1 Comic Illustrator

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American comics capture the world market successfully. Superhero names of the characters are known by various age levels. To that Indonesia should be proud because one of the illustrators is one of the nation’s talent. Who is he? He is  Cristiawan Lie. Who does not know the character of the robot in the Transformers movie? In early [...]

The Easiest Language to Learn

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Mark, my Oz fren, came to my hometown of Yogyakarta, Indonesia sometimes in April 2007, and wanted to learn Indonesian Language. He allocated 6-7 months to learn and speak fluently. I was surprised that he could eventually speak Indonesian language fluently only in…2.5 months. When I asked him, he simply said “Bahasa Indonesia adalah bahasa [...]

Avatar’s Flying Dragon Is From Indonesia?

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Have you watched Avatar movie? One thing that amazes me is how James Cameroon displayed his imagination, especially of the plants and animals. One of the best displayed was the flying dragon, the blue and the colorful one, the Toruk Makto. It was just yesterday when we believe that a real dragon lives in Indonesia, it [...]