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Moreover Technologies - Indonesia news - 30 of 1721 returned
Wed, 21 Sep 2011 05:02:00 GMT
The motorcycle's star keeps rising in Indonesia, as steady economic growth and traffic chaos drive demand for the humble two-wheeler. PT Astra Honda churned out over 3.5 million of these motorcycles in Indonesia last year. But the top motorbike maker
Wed, 21 Sep 2011 04:56:00 GMT
 Eleven people were killed and 14 others went missing after a boat sank in waters off Bali island of Indonesia on Wednesday, rescuers said.
Wed, 21 Sep 2011 04:55:00 GMT
JAKARTA (AFP) - Eleven people were killed and 14 people were missing after a traditional boat sank off Indonesia's Bali island, a search and rescue agency official said on Wednesday. 'We are still searching for 14 missing people from the boat, which sank
Wed, 21 Sep 2011 04:54:00 GMT
(NNT) – The agriculture ministers of Thailand and Indonesia have convened on Ko Samui of Surat Thani province for discussions over the issue of food security during which three related strategies were drawn. Thai Minister of Agriculture and
Wed, 21 Sep 2011 04:52:00 GMT
Bengkulu, Sept 20 (ANTARA) - Indonesia has urged the Australian government to soon sign an accord on payment of compensation over the 2009 Montara oil spill in the Timor Sea, Environment Minister Mohammad Gusti Hatta said. "The signing of the agreement
Wed, 21 Sep 2011 04:45:00 GMT
Critically endangered orangutans in Indonesia seem to be facing yet another threat to their survival — the possibility of contracting lung cancer and other smoking related diseases. A recent ITN news report showed orangutans at a local government-run
Wed, 21 Sep 2011 04:44:00 GMT
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Wed, 21 Sep 2011 04:43:00 GMT
Warren Truss and Tony Abbott need to be honest about where they stand on animal welfare, Agriculture Minister Joe Ludwig said today. Do Mr Truss and Mr Abbott support Australian animals being treated in accordance with international standards or not?
Wed, 21 Sep 2011 04:40:00 GMT
Having read an article on the vandalism of statues of Javanese wayang characters in Purwakarta regency, I feel very concerned and lamented the action perpetrated by a hard-liner group in the name of Islam. It seems this hard-liner group has misunderstood
Wed, 21 Sep 2011 04:39:00 GMT
Eleven people were killed and 14 people were missing after a traditional boat sank off Indonesia's Bali island, a search and rescue agency official said Wednesday. "We are still searching for 14 missing people from the boat, which sank late Tuesday.
Wed, 21 Sep 2011 04:39:00 GMT
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Wed, 21 Sep 2011 04:38:00 GMT
NISSAN Motor Company plans to be the number three car brand in Indonesia within two years. To achieve the goal, Nissan will be launching a cheaper MPV and a city car designed specifically for South East Asia market. Currently, Nissan is in number sixth
Wed, 21 Sep 2011 04:37:00 GMT
Indonesian police say a wooden boat carrying dozens of Balinese musicians has sunk in high waves, killing 11 people.
Wed, 21 Sep 2011 04:34:00 GMT
THE Philippines will be hosting the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) Maritime Legal Experts’ Meeting this week to discuss Manila’s proposal for a Zone of Peace, Freedom, Friendship and Cooperation (ZoPFF/C) in the settlement of the West
Wed, 21 Sep 2011 04:27:00 GMT
A boat carrying 35 passengers from Nusa Lembongan Island to Nusa Penida Island capsized on Wednesday morning, leaving 10 passengers dead and several missing. “As of this morning we have found 21 people, 11 of them alive and 10 were dead,” Denpasar
Wed, 21 Sep 2011 04:24:00 GMT
BALI, Indonesia - Indonesian police say a wooden boat carrying dozens of Balinese musicians has sunk in high waves, killing 11 people. Rescuers are scouring the waters for 14 others still missing, including the captain. Col. Agus Doeta Soepranggono says
Wed, 21 Sep 2011 04:23:00 GMT
Popularity May Have Doomed China’s ‘Super Girl’ Show 11:12am Sep 20, 2011 Quake Kills Seven in China’s Tibet: Xinhua 11:47am Sep 19, 2011 China Gains Solar Supremacy, But Rising Supply Saps Prices 9:11pm Sep 18, 2011 Hermes to Expand Chinese
Wed, 21 Sep 2011 04:23:00 GMT
China Calls for Restart of NKorea Nuclear Talks 10:40am Sep 19, 2011 North Korean ‘Defector’ Arrested in Attack Plot on Activist 8:48pm Sep 16, 2011 Two Koreas to Hold More Nuclear Talks: Seoul 3:43pm Sep 16, 2011 NKorean Defector Arrested in Alleged
Wed, 21 Sep 2011 04:22:00 GMT
An Australian woman working for Human Rights Watch in Indonesia has been arrested while researching rising religious intolerance and violence against minority groups in the mainly Muslim country. Tirana Hassan, from Adelaide, was arrested and then
Wed, 21 Sep 2011 04:22:00 GMT
RICHARD WILLINGHAM, THE AGE THE live export industry was aware weeks before a damning television report that cattle exports to Indonesia could be banned if inhumane slaughter practices continued. In a Senate hearing last night, the ALP's Senator Matt
Wed, 21 Sep 2011 04:21:00 GMT
(Xinhua via COMTEX) -- Eleven people were killed and 14 others went missing after a boat sank in waters off Bali island of Indonesia on Wednesday, rescuers said. The boat broke down one mile after leaving the seaport at Jungut Batu of Lembangan after
Wed, 21 Sep 2011 04:18:00 GMT
The Australian Greens have blasted the peak livestock body for warning Indonesian abattoirs about environmentalists filming the premises. The Greens’ Agriculture spokesperson, Rachel Siewert claims Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA) has an
Wed, 21 Sep 2011 04:16:00 GMT
BALI, Indonesia - Indonesian police say a wooden boat carrying dozens of Balinese musicians has sunk in high waves, killing 11 people.
Wed, 21 Sep 2011 04:15:00 GMT
About 1,000 workers at a Singapore-owned shipyard engineering firm went on the rampage yesterday, setting fire to an office, equipment room and several vehicles after security officers beat up two company employees. The riot recalled a similar incident
Wed, 21 Sep 2011 04:13:00 GMT
Permanent Secretary of MCYS Dato Paduka Hj Mohd Hamid (3rd L) banging the gavel as Mastera Indonesia representative Dr Yenyen Maryani (L), Mastera Brunei Chair Hjh Aminah (2nd L), and Mastera Malaysia Chair Dato' Hj Termuzi (4th L) look on during the
Wed, 21 Sep 2011 04:06:00 GMT
Sept. 21 (Bloomberg) -- South Korea’s won led gains in Asian currencies as optimism grows that Greece will meet requirements for further aid, reducing demand for the relative safety of the dollar. Greece made “good progress” in a second round of
Wed, 21 Sep 2011 04:04:00 GMT
JAKARTA, Sept 21 (Reuters) - Indonesia's energy ministry said on Wednesday that Inpex Corp , Japan's top oil and gas developer, has won concession rights for the Babar Selaru oil and gas block. Evita Legowo, an executive at the energy ministry said that
Wed, 21 Sep 2011 03:59:00 GMT
TEN people have been killed and 14 are missing after a boat capsized off Indonesia's resort island of Bali, it was reported today. The boat was carrying musicians of a traditional gamelan percussion orchestra to perform in a burial ceremony on Nusa
Wed, 21 Sep 2011 03:59:00 GMT
was Indonesia discovered after its first president Sukarno, read the declaration of independence on Aug. 17, 1945 that the road to getting international recognition and forming a stable government was far from smooth. When Japan, who occupied Indonesia
Wed, 21 Sep 2011 03:58:00 GMT
The Press Council has announced that it will investigate accusations that teachers and journalists may have exacerbated a clash between students and the press at a Jakarta high school on Monday. Former Supreme Court Chief Justice Bagir Manan, who now
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Title: A History of Modern Indonesia.(Book review)
Author: David Webster
Publication: Canadian Journal of History (Magazine/Journal)
Date: March 22, 2007
Publisher: Thomson Gale
Volume: 42 Issue: 1 Page: 158(2)

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The Indonesia Reader: History, Culture, Politics (The World Readers)
Indonesia is the world’s largest archipelago, encompassing nearly eighteen thousand islands. The fourth-most populous nation in the world, it has a larger Muslim population than any other. The Indonesia Reader is a unique introduction to this extraordinary country. Assembled for the traveler, student, and expert alike, the Reader includes more than 150 selections: journalists’ articles, explorers’ chronicles, photographs, poetry, stories, cartoons, drawings, letters, speeches, and more. Many pieces are by Indonesians; some are translated into English for the first time. All have introductions by the volume’s editors. Well-known figures such as Indonesia’s acclaimed novelist Pramoedya Ananta Toer and the American anthropologist Clifford Geertz are featured alongside other artists and scholars, as well as politicians, revolutionaries, colonists, scientists, and activists.

Organized chronologically, the volume addresses early Indonesian civilizations; contact with traders from India, China, and the Arab Middle East; and the European colonization of Indonesia, which culminated in centuries of Dutch rule. Selections offer insight into Japan’s occupation (1942–45), the establishment of an independent Indonesia, and the post-independence era, from Sukarno’s presidency (1945–67), through Suharto’s dictatorial regime (1967–98), to the present Reformasi period. Themes of resistance and activism recur: in a book excerpt decrying the exploitation of Java’s natural wealth by the Dutch; in the writing of Raden Ajeng Kartini (1879–1904), a Javanese princess considered the icon of Indonesian feminism; in a 1978 statement from East Timor objecting to annexation by Indonesia; and in an essay by the founder of Indonesia’s first gay activist group. From fifth-century Sanskrit inscriptions in stone to selections related to the 2002 Bali bombings and the 2004 tsunami, The Indonesia Reader conveys the long history and the cultural, ethnic, and ecological diversity of this far-flung archipelago nation.



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A Short History of Indonesia: The Unlikely Nation? (A Short History of Asia series)
This succinct work of history charts the growth of Indonesia, a remarkable nation of more than 6,000 inhabited islands. With lucid originality, the text incorporates more than 2 million years of history with depth and brevity—particularly focusing on Indonesia's development into a microcosm of a multi-ethnic modern world. Many current concerns are perceptively addressed, such as the legacy of European-Asian trade, Dutch colonialism, and the emergence of what has become the largest Muslim population in the world.


Author: Colin Brown
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A History of Modern Indonesia Although Indonesia has the fourth largest population in the world, its history is still relatively unknown. Adrian Vickers takes the reader on a journey across the social and political landscape of modern Indonesia, starting with the country's origins under the Dutch in the early twentieth-century, and the subsequent anti-colonial revolution which led to independence in 1949. Thereafter the spotlight is on the 1950s, a crucial period in the formation of Indonesia as a new nation, followed by the Sukarno years, and the anti-Communist massacres of the 1960s when General Suharto took over as president. The concluding chapters chart the fall of Suharto's New Order after thirty two years in power, and the subsequent political and religious turmoil which culminated in the Bali bombings in 2002. Adrian Vickers is Professor of Asian Studies at the University of Wollongong. He has previously worked at the Universities of New South Wales and Sydney, and has been a visiting fellow at the University of Indonesia and Udayana University (Bali). Vickers has more than twenty-five years research experience in Indonesia and the Netherlands, and has travelled in Southeast Asia, the U.S. and Europe in the course of his research. He is author of the acclaimed Bali: a Paradise Created (Penguin, 1989) as well as many other scholarly and popular works on Indonesia. In 2003 Adrian Vickers curated the exhibition Crossing Boundaries, a major survey of modern Indonesian art, and has also been involved in documentary films, including Done Bali (Negara Film and Television Productions, 1993).

Author: Adrian Vickers
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Company: Cambridge University Press (2005-12-05)
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Spotlight on Indonesia (Spotlight on My Country) "Spotlight on Indonesia" has it all! Young readers will be captivated by the colourful photographs and amazing information in this easy-to-read book. Indonesia, a country of 17,508 islands, is a visual wonderland. Its spectacular landscapes include rain forests, mountains, pristine beaches, and over 150 active volcanoes. Indonesia's culture is perhaps its most outstanding feature, however. About 300 diverse cultural groups, speaking 742 languages and dialects, make for fascinating customs and celebrations. Next to Brazil, Indonesia also has the world's highest level of biodiversity. Animals such as the Komodo Dragon, Sumatran tiger, and orangutan live there.

Author: Bobbie Kalman
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A History of Modern Indonesia Since c. 1200: Fourth Edition
Recognized as the most authoritative general account of Indonesia, this revised and expanded fourth edition has been updated in light of new scholarship. New chapters at the end of the book bring the story up to the present day, including discussion of recent events such as the 2002 Bali terrorist bombings and the 2004 tsunami.


Author: M.C. Ricklefs
Paperback: 496 pages
Company: Stanford University Press (2008-09-22)
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Silenced Voices: Uncovering a Family's Colonial History in Indonesia (Ohio RIS Southeast Asia Series)
Like a number of Netherlanders in the post World War II era, Inez Hollander only gradually became aware that her family had significant connections with its Dutch colonial past, including an Indonesian great-grandmother. For the most part such personal stories have been, if not entirely silenced, at least only whispered about in Holland, where society has remained uncomfortable with many aspects of its imperial rule. Unlike the majority of memoirs that are soaked in nostalgia for tempo doeloe, Hollander’s sets out to come to grips with her family’s past by weaving together personal records with more general, academic views of the period. She seeks not merely to locate and preserve family memories, but also to test them against a more disinterested historical record. Hers is a complicated and sometimes painful personal journey of realization, unusually mindful of the ways in which past memories and present considerations can be intermingled when we seek to understand a difficult past. Silenced Voices is an important contribution to the literature on how Dutch society has dealt with its recent colonial history.


Author: Inez Hollander
Paperback: 312 pages
Company: Ohio University Press (2009-01-27)
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Telling Lives, Telling History: Autobiography and Historical Imagination in Modern Indonesia These two memoirs, superbly rendered into English for the first time, provide unique windows into the Sumatran past, in particular, and the early twentieth-century history of Southeast Asia, in general. Originally published soon after the Indonesian Revolution (1945-1949) liberated the island chain from Dutch control, these unusually insightful narratives recall the authors' boyhoods in rural Toba Batak and Minangkabau villages. In reconstructing their own passage into adulthood, the writers inevitably tell the story of their country's turbulent journey from colonial subjugation through revolution to independence. Susan Rodgers's perceptive introduction illuminates the importance of autobiography in developing historical consciousness and imagining a national future.

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Indonesia: Peoples and Histories
Indonesia, the world’s largest Muslim nation, is now in the midst of dramatic upheaval. This history of Indonesia provides an overview from the prehistoric period to the present and explores the connections between the nation’s many communities and the differences that propel contemporary breakaway movements.
“Taylor’s approach challenges and opens the mind.”—Jaime James, Los Angeles Times Book Review
“Taylor’s new book is groundbreaking: it takes us on a grand journey from the earliest material cultures of the archipelago to Indonesia’s turbulent present.”—Laurie J. Sears, author of Shadows of Empire: Colonial Discourse and Javanese Tales
“Clear, erudite, and authoritative, this book provides a rich coverage of the vast tapestry of Indonesian society.”—Ben Kiernan, Yale University
“A rich and fascinating excursion into Indonesian history that is guided not only by the usual commanding authority of political events, but by the story of how different peoples, as communities, have interacted over the centuries to produce an Indonesia that, although diverse, can also be called a nation.”—Foreign Affairs


Author: Jean Gelman Taylor
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Icons of Art: The Collections of the National Museum of Indonesia
The Indonesian National Museum is one of the oldest museums in Asia, and for anyone interested in the cultural and national heritage of Indonesia it is the one place not to be missed. For those unable to visit Indonesia, Icons of Art brings this heritage to you in an exquisite and detailed volume. Its collections span an immense range in time and space, covering millions of years of natural and human history and thousands of islands scattered between the Indian and Pacific oceans. Icons of Art is an exploration of the National Museum's collections, including many never-before exhibited treasures, on the occasion of a major expansion of the museum.


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