The Indonesian Arts Institute (ISI) in Denpasar will host academic exchanges with Nanjing University of the Arts in China.
"This cooperation clearly will benefit both parties with exchanges of lecturers, students and research, as well as performance collaborations. We hope it will be realized in 2013," ISI Denpasar rector I Wayan Rai S said Monday, as quoted by Antara news agency.
ISI Denpasar, which is among the top 50 universities in Indonesia, welcomed 10 representatives of Nanjing University led by Guang Jian Hua recently.
China and Indonesia are both nations rich in cultural and art heritage, which could benefit greatly from the planned academic exchanges.