Antonio d’Oliveira Pinto da França died in Lisbon on June 4. He was 77.Da
França is best remembered here for…
The sun shines brightly as we emerge from Sapporo’s New Chitose Airport,
giving the false impression that there is no bitingly cold wind ready
to chill our bones.
Visiting a winter wonderland requires sensible precautions to ensure an
enjoyable trip. With heavy snowfall during winter, there is no way of
keeping the roads and paths clear.
Choreographed by Neel Verdoorn, the International Dance Theater will
come to town to tango. The troupe will present Mannen van de Tango at
the Jakarta Play House (GKJ) on June…
West Sumatra’s Minangkabau culinary tradition will take center stage at
an upcoming fine dining event, where diners can savor 17 of its
signature dishes, with Jakarta’s art museum as its…
Chateau Musar wine is fascinating and a rarity. Until recently,
it has been unavailable in Jakarta, even at Al Nafoura, the Lebanese
restaurant where Chateau Kefraya, another Lebanese wine, used…
Bali is a melting pot of world travelers and Inez Baranay captures their cultures in the book The Edge of Bali.
Fifty years ago in May, Indonesia took over administration of what is
now known as West Papua. Two years later the Free Papua Movement (OPM)
Reducing plastic bags use is yet to be a habit but people are slowly catching on. Sixty-five-year-old
Lidya Listianti always takes her own plastic bags whenever she shops at
Resting in the saddle formed by Bali’s central mountain range is the
village of Pelaga. Hanging here in the space between heaven and earth
are farmlands stretching away and up…
Sukarno’s speech reverberated throughout the room, his voice passionately condemning imperialists.
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