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Sunday 28 April 2019

Indofest returns to Victoria Square!

 

 

 

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Palu and Lombok Earthquakes

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the people of Palu and surrounding areas in Sulawesi who have been impacted by the devastating earthquake and tsunami in late September and in those affected by the Lombok earthquake in August this year. Apart from our strong support... read more

Wayang Kulit delights audience

The AIASA was honoured to be given the opportunity to organise a spectacular Wayang Kulit performance this year for the South Australian community. It was held on 21 July 2018 at Flinders University Bedford Park Campus as a community event.  The Wayang Kulit was... read more

September 2018 Newsletter

Welcome to the AIASA Newsletter September 2018. Inside: The 2018  Indofest Schools Program goes from strength to strength, as do the monthly Indonesian Food Appreciation events at Foodland Frewville in the lead up to Indofest 2019.  News about a recent visit to... read more

Some upcoming events

AIASA AGM Sun 18 November

All members and friends of the Australian Indonesian Association of South Australia are invited to the Annual General Meeting which will be held on Sunday 18 November followed by a shared picnic in the park. We are seeking new committee members so give it a go! DATE:... read more

Missed our Easter Bushwalk?

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

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The latest Inside Indonesia has a photo essay on rebuilding efforts after the Palu disaster and a tribute to Flinders University's extraordinary Indonesian scholar, the late Jim Schiller.

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