For our February event, Muhammad Riedha, MD, BMedSci, MSc gave a very informative presentation on the Covid-19 pandemic in Indonesia. Dr. Riedha explained how the pandemic started and the measures taken by the Indonesian government. He also discussed how the Continue Reading
Last month Geoffrey Saba presented an illustrated overview of his collection of Indonesian kris and hilts. His beautiful collection, currently numbering over 100 hilts and a few kris, were made of various hardwoods. This event was moderated by Paul Sochaczewski, a long-time Continue Reading
A localman struck a deal with Korindo to sell part of the land. Source:BBC Indonesia Ayomi Amindoni and Rebecca Henschke recenty wrote about the destruction of rainforests in Papua for BBC Indonesia. Below is an excerpt from the article. “A Continue Reading
Online via Zoom (booking is required). Click here to book a place for the event. Anglo-Indonesian Society Members are warmly invited to join the online reception organised by the joint ASEAN Societies on 3 December: please see details in the Continue Reading
followed by a talk by Marily Van Nevel about her work with the Sumba Hospitality Foundation.
The events below are for the A-IS members only. If you are inviting non-members to the event, please email Dorothy at AIS_news@mail.com to allow access for them to the event. ONLINE via Zoom (Click here for the Zoom link). Note: Continue Reading
ONLINE via Zoom We had Marily Van Nevel shared with us on our last event about her work with the Sumba Hospitality Foundation (SHF). Marily is the Chief of Staff of Sumba Hospitality Foundation. The Foundation supports a boarding school, a Continue Reading
Discussed on Zoom. Who were the first Jakartans? Where does the name “Menteng” come from? Or Tanah Abang? When did people name themselves “Betawi”?
Learn Indonesian online with the Indonesian Embassy in London. Every Saturday at 1pm the Embassy uploads a new lesson on YouTube. The instructors are online from 1pm – 2pm to answer any questions posted on the YouTube comment box. Click Continue Reading
Dear Members, Welcome back to the Anglo-Indonesian Society’s autumn programme of events. I hope you are all keeping well and have managed to get some kind of break over the summer, despite the extraordinary circumstances. We still don’t know, of Continue Reading