Monthly Archive: July, 2014

Down Under, Joko Hailed as New President

As Indonesians anxiously await official results of the presidential vote, to be released on July 22, Indonesian citizens in Australia were celebrating an early victory and welcoming the prospect of a stronger partnership… Continue reading

A Nation Votes

It was a historic day for Indonesia on Wednesday, July 9, as the country went to the polls to decide who would lead the world’s fourth-most populous nation — the country’s third direct… Continue reading

Indonesian Youth Vote for Their Future

In an election that’s expected in many ways to be largely defined by the younger population, Indonesia’s youth headed to the polls this morning to vote for their future. Thirty percent of the… Continue reading

Capturing a Hidden Talent

When he’s not managing properties, Hartono Hosea is unintentionally making a name for himself behind the lens. Type in Hartono Hosea’s name in a search engine online and it’s not his executive positions… Continue reading

Indonesia’s Presidential Hopefuls Face Up to Deforestation

As the world’s third-largest democracy heads to the polls next week to elect a new president, environmental activists remain sceptical of the candidates’ commitment to tackle climate change. Over four televised debates, Indonesia’s… Continue reading