Indofest 2017 won the Organisation category of the South Australian Governor’s Multicultural Awards announced on Tuesday 27 March 2018. by His Excellency the Governor of South Australia, Hieu Van Le. Initiated and run by the Australian-Indonesian Association of... read more
Welcome to the new look AIASA Newsletter for 2018. Inside you’ll find lots of news about the success of Indofest 2017, articles from new AIASA member Matthew Shaw about his time studying in Indonesia, a message from the President about the Committee’s... read more
Bhinneka Tunggal Ika – Unity in Diversity Members of the Adelaide Indonesian community representing the diverse cultures of many regions of Indonesia danced, sang and smiled their way along the streets of Adelaide as part of the 2018 Australia Day Parade on 26... read more
Who is President Joko Widodo (Jokowi)? Dr Priyambudi Sulistiyanto, Academic Director of Jembatan, Flinders University, presents a fascinating reflection on the Jokowi presidency. He examines how he has survived and managed his presidency through the political,... read more
AIASA Inc. in collaboration with Foodland Frewville & Pasadena will conduct a monthly Indonesian Food Appreciation as one of the lead-up events to Indofest-Adelaide 2018/2019. Various recipes from Indonesian regions such as Sumatra, Java, Kalimantan, Sulawesi and... read more
If you missed our Easter bushwalk to Morialta Conservation Park on Saturday 31 March, there will be others. Stay tuned to find out the next date for a relaxed walk with AIA-SA members led by Shanti Omodei-James and friends. read more
Hey food lovers! On Wednesday 30 May change your shopping destination and head down to @Adelaidesfinestsupermarkets Frewville Foodland, to catch the Indonesian Food Appreciation demo from 11:30 – 1:30. Ayo! Ikut!
What happens in Indonesia matters very much in Australia and the region. Find out more about our neighbour, Thu 31 May from 5.30pm Hetzel Theatre State Library. Presented by Dr Priyambudi Sulistiyanto, Senior Lecturer at College of Business, Government and Law and Academic Director of Jembatan, Flinders University. #ThinkGlobal is a monthly series of free public talks with a focus on contemporary politics and international relations with Flinders University, UniSA and University of Adelaide.
Think Global: The Jokowi Presidency in Indonesia Critical Reflections
Politics and international relations intersect with history in many ways. Often political issues, events, and moments ar...