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AIA Newsletter December 2018

AIA Newsletter December 2018

The fourth AIA newsletter for 2018 is available for download: AIA Newsletter December 2018

Contents include:

  • Notification of the new committee, elected at the AGM held in November 2018
  • Thanks to the outgoing committee
  • Articles on an afternoon talk at 5EBI and an Indonesian Food Appreciation event at Foodland Frewville
  • A recipe for Pecel
  • An essay from an Indonesian participant on a short course on the “start-up ecosystem”
  • Bios of all committee members

Any feedback from this issue, or contributions/suggestions for future newsletters, can be sent to info@aiasa.org.au.

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