Teaching is no ordinary job. It is considered an honorable profession by many cultures in the world, including Indonesia.
Vaccines save lives. Every year vaccination averts 2 to 3 million infant deaths globally from deadly diseases such as diphtheria, hepatitis B, measles, mumps, pertussis, polio and tetanus.
It is indeed a historic coincidence that the Asian-African Conference Commemoration (AACC) is held during the integration of ASEAN into a single community of nations with a cohesive political, secu
In the highlands of South Tapanuli, 800 meters above sea level, small-scale farmers are being trained to improve their rubber-tapping practices.
In this era of rapid economic, social and technological change, countries rely more heavily on their universities than ever before to give their economies a competitive edge.
Addressing the opening of the Asian-African Conference (AAC) in Bandung in 1955, then president Sukarno vowed, “Let the new Asia and a new Africa be born!” This spirit of a new beginning resona
It is noteworthy that an update on the progress of North Korea’s nuclear weapons program was revealed by Chinese nuclear experts.
The balance of economic power is rapidly shifting eastward.
Indonesia is widely known as a dynamic player in international development cooperation. The fundamentals of such branding reflect “giving while receiving”.
My upbringing was far from being “liberal” and latitudinarian.
Despite having been in place for a decade, the city’s ban on smoking in public places is still widely ignored by residents, partly because of the absence of deterrents for violators.
Judging from the public’s interest, the decision to establish an Asian-African Business Council (AABC) could be one of the best results of the series of political and business conferences held in
President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo intelligently and correctly utilized the opportunity of his debut as the host of an international conference on Wednesday to send a very clear message about his g
The market concern about the likelihood of Indonesia’s larger fiscal deficit in the current fiscal year that could increase sovereign risks seems to support the recent estimates of the World Bank
Instead of receiving a birthday present, on its 85th anniversary the Indonesian Soccer Association (PSSI) had its activities suspended last Saturday after Youth and Sports Minister Imam Nahrawi fou
Cynics and skeptics abound as Indonesia plays host to the 60th anniversary of the Asian-African Conference this week, which will gather heads of state, ministers and senior government officials fro
Now that Gen. Badrodin Haiti has been installed as the new National Police chief, the controversy over Comr.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo's plans to carry out reforms and grow the economy have suffered a setback because of internecine party strife.
The desire for enduring representations of founding Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew raises the question of how best to do so while bearing in mind his often- stated aversion to aggrandising symbols.