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Applications open for Australia-Indonesia Fashion Exchange

Applications open for Australia-Indonesia Fashion Exchange

August 1, 2016

Applications are now open for the Australia-Indonesia Fashion Exchange, where Australian designers can win $10,000, a show at Jakarta Fashion Week, and connections to industry and media. The initiative was launched in 2014 and is facilitated by The Australia-Indonesia Centre, connecting the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival and Jakarta Fashion Week. The program aims to showcase […]

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Announcing ACMI X Forum: ‘Fostering Australia-Indonesia connections through film and the creative economy’

Announcing ACMI X Forum: ‘Fostering Australia-Indonesia connections through film and the creative economy’

July 21, 2016

The Australia-Indonesia Centre and ReelOzInd! Short Film Competition and Festival announce a creative industry forum at ACMI X on Tuesday 23 August. The forum, titled ‘Fostering Australia-Indonesia connections through film and the creative economy’, will take place at the new, innovative ACMI X co-working space developed by the Australian Centre for the Moving Image. Sponsored by […]

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The Australia-Indonesia Centre is seeking stories of innovative, collaborative research

The Australia-Indonesia Centre is seeking stories of innovative, collaborative research

July 10, 2016

The Australia-Indonesia Centre is seeking stories of innovative and exciting research between the two nations to share online and publish. The Centre has commissioned a collection of short innovation stories about research in and by Australians and Indonesians. We aim to feature high profile projects such as Eliminate Dengue, rotavirus vaccine trials, and the discovery of Flores […]

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Making efficient ports to keep cities connected

Making efficient ports to keep cities connected

July 7, 2016

Port cities can be lively, vibrant hives of activity—the hub of a nation’s economic health— if they’re planned well. Indonesia’s busiest port, Tanjung Priok, has roughly two and a half times the container traffic as the Port of Melbourne. But it also has a reputation as one of the least efficient ports in Asia. Indonesian […]

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Designing the coolest and most efficient tropical houses

Designing the coolest and most efficient tropical houses

June 30, 2016

Traditional buildings in Indonesia make use of ‘passive’ cooling techniques. Being well ventilated, raised off the ground, and with shady verandas, their design allows them to stay cool in a tropical climate without air conditioning. The classic timber ‘Queenslander’ house also follows a similar design. Now architects and engineers from both countries are getting together […]

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ReelOzInd! announces premiere screenings at ACMI Melbourne and UKP Surabaya

ReelOzInd! announces premiere screenings at ACMI Melbourne and UKP Surabaya

June 14, 2016

  ReelOzInd! Australia Indonesia Short Film Competition and Festival is proud to announce premiere screenings at Melbourne’s Australian Centre for the Moving Image and Surabaya’s Petra Little Theatre at Universitas Kristen Petra. The Australian premiere festival screening will be hosted by Australian Centre for the Moving Image at Federation Square, Melbourne on Sunday 21 August, including the announcement of the jury selection […]

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Watch the Australia-Indonesia Attitudes Seminar ‘Analysing the Australia-Indonesia relationship: Past, present and future’

Watch the Australia-Indonesia Attitudes Seminar ‘Analysing the Australia-Indonesia relationship: Past, present and future’

June 10, 2016

On May 18, 2016, leading scholars from Monash University presented fascinating research about the Australia-Indonesia relationship, covering societal, media and longitudinal attitudes studies. Introduced by Australia-Indonesia Centre Research Director Dr. Richard Price and hosted by the Centre’s Research Fellow Jemma Purdey, the seminar featured four researchers presenting two studies, as well as a robust question and answer session with […]

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Indonesian, Australian leaders connect

Indonesian, Australian leaders connect

June 9, 2016

  Some of Indonesia’s most progressive and inspirational leaders in the fields of diplomacy, trade, energy, academia, think-tanks and community service have demonstrated why their nation is one of the most dynamic emerging markets.   The leaders – taking part in the Australia-Indonesia Centre’s (AIC’s) third Australia-Indonesia Leaders Program in Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne in the […]

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Remembering Sabam Siagian

Remembering Sabam Siagian

June 6, 2016 By Basoeki Koesasi

Sabam Pandapotan Siagian – who passed away on June 3 – was a great friend of Australia. In Indonesia, Pak Sabam is mainly remembered as the first Editor-in-Chief of The Jakarta Post, the English-language paper he helped to set up (and which is still going strong). He was at heart a journalist, but from an […]

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Dr William Sabandar reveals Indonesia’s “ambitious” renewable energy targets

Dr William Sabandar reveals Indonesia’s “ambitious” renewable energy targets

May 24, 2016

Senior Advisor on Renewable Energy to the Indonesian government, Dr William Sabandar, reveals bold 2025 targets at a VIP dinner for the Australia-Indonesia Leaders Program. At the 6-star energy-efficient ANZ building in Docklands, Melbourne, Dr Sabandar addressed delegates, researchers and VIPs about a revolutionary nine-year energy plan for Indonesia. He said of the four sources where Indonesia currently draws its […]

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