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Australian Parliament welcomes Australia-Indonesia Leaders Program

Australian Parliament welcomes Australia-Indonesia Leaders Program

December 1, 2016

The Australian Parliament acknowledges the delegates of the Australia-Indonesia Leaders Program during Question Time at Parliament House. As the fourth Australia-Indonesia Leaders Program came to a close, the delegates attended Question Time at Parliament House on Thursday 24 November 2016. At the beginning of proceedings, House Speaker Tony Smith MP said, “Before I call the […]

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NSW Governor opens the fourth Australia-Indonesia Leaders Program

NSW Governor opens the fourth Australia-Indonesia Leaders Program

November 21, 2016

New South Wales Governor, His Excellency David Hurley AS DSC (Ret’d), hosts Australia-Indonesia Leaders Program delegates and VIP guests at Government House. On Wednesday 16 November, the fourth Australia-Indonesia Leaders Program began with 18 delegates from Indonesia and nine delegates from Australia convening for a welcome event at Taronga Zoo in Sydney. Announcing the theme […]

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Essay Series: ‘Eighteen Years Later’ by Eliza Vitri Handayani

Essay Series: ‘Eighteen Years Later’ by Eliza Vitri Handayani

November 21, 2016

This essay is part of a series commissioned by the Australia-Indonesia Centre, with leading writers and commentators from Indonesia and Australia each looking closely at their own society, cultures and political situations. Membaca versi Bahasa Indonesia EVERY TIME ANYONE asks me how I came to Australia, I tell them I was adopted from China. It’s a […]

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Essay Series: ‘Delapan Belas Tahun Kemudian’ by Eliza Vitri Handayani

Essay Series: ‘Delapan Belas Tahun Kemudian’ by Eliza Vitri Handayani

November 21, 2016

Esai ini merupakan bagian dari serangkaian ditugaskan oleh Pusat Australia-Indonesia, termasuk penulis terkemuka dan komentator dari Indonesia dan Australia masing-masing, yang memeriksa secara dekat masyarakat mereka sendiri, budaya dan situasi politik. Diterjemahkan oleh penulis sendiri TIAP KALI SESEORANG bertanya bagaimana aku tiba di Australia, aku bilang saja aku diadopsi dari Tiongkok. Cerita itu tak membuat […]

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Essay Series: ‘An Ode to my Australian Identity’ by Sanaz Fotouhi

Essay Series: ‘An Ode to my Australian Identity’ by Sanaz Fotouhi

November 14, 2016

This essay is part of a series commissioned by the Australia-Indonesia Centre, with leading writers and commentators from Indonesia and Australia each looking closely at their own society, cultures and political situations. Membaca versi Bahasa Indonesia   As a child growing up in Iran in the late 1980s, the dubbed and censored version of Skippy the […]

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Essay Series: ‘Ode untuk ‘keaustraliaan’ saya’ by Sanaz Fotouhi

Essay Series: ‘Ode untuk ‘keaustraliaan’ saya’ by Sanaz Fotouhi

November 14, 2016

Esai ini merupakan bagian dari serangkaian ditugaskan oleh Pusat Australia-Indonesia, termasuk penulis terkemuka dan komentator dari Indonesia dan Australia masing-masing, yang memeriksa secara dekat masyarakat mereka sendiri, budaya dan situasi politik. Diterjemahkan oleh Lily Yulianti Farid Sebagai seorang anak yang besar di Iran di akhir tahun 1980an, serial TV Skippy, The Bush Kangaroo yang telah […]

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HAN hits the runway at Jakarta Fashion Week 2016

HAN hits the runway at Jakarta Fashion Week 2016

November 9, 2016

Jakarta Fashion Week and Melbourne Fashion Festival recently celebrated the 2nd Young Australian Designer to present a runway collection at Jakarta Fashion Week as part of a Runway Exchange program facilitated by the Australia-Indonesia Centre. The Australia-Indonesia Runway Exchange is a 3-year partnership between Jakarta Fashion Week and Melbourne Fashion Festival. This year, Khim Hang […]

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Thousands connect with ReelOzInd! Short Film Festival in Australia and Indonesia

Thousands connect with ReelOzInd! Short Film Festival in Australia and Indonesia

November 8, 2016

From August to November 2016, across 14 cities and 17 screenings, the ReelOzInd! Short Film Festival connected Australians and Indonesians through short film. Born out of the ReelOzInd! Short Film Competition, which ran from April to July 2016 and received hundreds of submissions, the Film Festival shared snapshots of life across both countries through a […]

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Melbourne Symphony Orchestra members perform with Indonesian musicians for the Sultan of Yogyakarta

Melbourne Symphony Orchestra members perform with Indonesian musicians for the Sultan of Yogyakarta

November 8, 2016

In October 2016 the Australia-Indonesia Centre facilitated a 5-day Music Camp conducted by the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra for 40 talented Indonesian music students in Yogyakarta. The Music Camp was hosted by the Yogyakarta Government with support from Creative Victoria. It was delivered following a Memorandum of Understanding signed between the Australia-Indonesia Centre and the Yogyakarta […]

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