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(Infographics) Who Reads the Most? A Global Reading Habits

Akhyari Hananto3 years ago
Reading is an activity that enriches our lives. As well as providing access to vast amounts of information and knowledge, we read for entertainment. ...

Communities Initiate the First Smoke-Free Neighbourhood in Jakarta, Indonesia

The neighborhood initiated an anti-tobacco movement by declaring itself a smoke-free kampung, the first of its kind in Jakarta. Indonesia has one of the highest ...

Students Hold the Biggest Indonesian Cultural Festival in North of England

Indonesian university students in Newcastle, United Kingdom hosted culinary and cultural festival “Discover Indonesia” (DI) on Wednesday (4/5), Thursday (5/5), and Sunday (7/5) to ...

Why many Balinese have same names?

Akhyari Hananto3 years ago
Spend some times in Bali, and you'll understand that Balinese are so friendly and they'd love to make friends with you. It's rooted in ...

What If Punk and Islam Go Together?

Punk genre is often associated with tendency towards misbehaviour, but the Muslim Punk movement in Indonesia wants to change that. Ahmad Zaki, one of the ...

Tattooed Chin Women, a Remarkable Define of Beauty in Myanmar

Thomas Benmetan4 years ago
Inside the remote Burmese tribe, in the Mountain of Myanmar lives a tribe called Chin where the women have taken a unique approach to ...

Kartini, Indonesia's Feminist Icon Brought to the Big Screen

The icon of Indonesia’s female emancipation, Raden Ajeng Kartini, will be brought to life in the latest biopic Kartini. The motion picture directed by ...

CNN Crowns Two Southeast Asian Desserts as the World's Most Delicious National Cakes

CNN published the list of “Cakes of the World”, the world’s best and most delicious national cake. Cakes are sweet, mouthwatering, and warming for ...

Hung Kings Festival Draws Massive Crowd in Vietnam

Groups from Chu Hoa, Hung Lo and Kim Duc (Viet Tri city), Tien Kien and Hung Son (Lam Thao district) headed to the Hung ...

Ancient Ornaments Reveal How Humans Adapted to Wallacea

Thomas Benmetan4 years ago
A cave on the island of Sulawesi, known as Leang Bulu Bettue, has been found to host thousands of personal ornaments and pieces of ...