Indonesian Billionaire Prajogo Pangestu Boosts Mining Assets With $203 Million Deal

Indonesian Billionaire Prajogo Pangestu Boosts Mining Assets With $203 Million Deal

Prajogo Pangestu’s mining interests has made home among the richest tycoons in Indonesia. Courtesy of Barito Pacific Petrindo Jaya Kreasi, a Jakarta-listed holding company for the mining interests of Indonesian billionaire Prajogo Pangestu, said it has acquired unlisted coal miner Multi Tambang Utama for $203 million. The deal will boost the thermal coal output of … Read more

Top Indonesian Architects You Should Know

The Indonesian Archipelago is filled with great natural beauty, diverse cultural traditions, and a colorful historical background. The architecture, both modern and ancient, is reflective of this chequerd and exciting historical past, especially as modern native architects attempt to use the savage beauty of their environment to create designs that interact and harmonize with everyday … Read more

Indonesian embassy brings coffee, movies to Qatar

The Indonesian Film Festival concluded on December 12, featuring acclaimed Indonesian movies for six days at the Museum of Islamic Art (MIA).The event, titled ‘Indonesia Through the Lens’ , was organised by the Indonesian embassy in Doha in collaboration with the Doha Film Institute (DFI), MIA, and the Ministry of Education and Culture Research and … Read more

Review: ‘Revolusi’, an exhibition – Inside Indonesia: The peoples and cultures of Indonesia

Kate McGregor From 11 February to 6 June 2022, the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam hosted the first ever exhibition on the Indonesian Revolution of 1945-1949. The exhibition, Revolusi!, was jointly curated by Rijksmuseum curators Harm Stevens and Marion Anker and two Indonesian guest curators, Bonnie Triyana and Amir Sidharta, with contributions from others. … Read more

Interview: Bonnie Triyana on history as a movement

Yatun Sastramidjaja Bonnie Triyana is founder and chief editor of Historia, a popular history magazine. He was a guest curator of the exhibition Revolusi! Indonesia Independent, held at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam from 11 February to 6 June 2022. Triyana caused a public stir in the Netherlands when, in an opinion piece … Read more

Showcasing Indonesian“Wastra” In Modest Fashion To The World…

(MENAFN- Mid-East.Info) DUBAI, UAE /PRNewswire/ – The Central Bank of Indonesia (BI), with the Indonesian Fashion Chamber (IFC) and the Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia in Dubai, proudly present the Indonesia International Modest Fashion Festival (IN2MOTIONFEST) in Dubai. As a part of the Indonesian Investment Forum in Dubai (IIFD) held from 9 to … Read more

Showcasing Indonesian Wastra in Modest Fashion to the World, IN2MOTIONFEST Comes to Dubai

DUBAI, UAE, March 9, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — The Central Bank of Indonesia (BI), with the Indonesian Fashion Chamber (IFC) and the Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia in Dubai, proudly present theIndonesia International Modest Fashion Festival (IN2MOTIONFEST) in Dubai. As a part of the Indonesian Investment Forum in Dubai (IIFD) held from 9 to … Read more

Indonesian Ulema Council Condemns Koran Burning in Sweden

Jakarta. The Indonesian Ulema Council, or MUI, denounces the burning of a copy of the Koran by a Danish-Swedish far-right politician during a recent protest outside the Turkish Embassy in Stockholm, Sweden. Rasmus Paludan, the leader of the Danish far-right political party Stram Kurs, set fire to a copy of the Koran when protesting outside … Read more

Megawati’s Megalomania Blurs Indonesia Election Picture

(MENAFN- Asia Times) JAKARTA – As the supreme leader of the ruling Indonesian Democratic Party for Struggle (PDI-P), Megawati Sukarnoputri delights in the stranglehold she has over the country’s largest party and the pivotal role she has in choosing what may well be the country’s next president. All that was on full display last week … Read more

Indonesian woman fined RM5,000 for misusing local’s IC for more than 20 years

MELAKA: An Indonesian hair stylist who has been misusing the identity card of a local for more than two decades was fined RM5,000 by the Magistrate’s Court in Ayer Keroh here on Thursday (Dec 8). Magistrate Nabilah Nizam imposed the fine on Linda Crystal, 38, after she pleaded guilty to the offence. The accused, from … Read more