Indonesia is changing rapidly, yet many Australians know little about our nearest Asian neighbour. Ahead of Indofest and the annual OzAsia Moon Lantern Festival, Flinders University’s […]
A celebration of Indonesian culture in the city on Monday will cap off a successful Adelaide OzAsia Festival.
Strained national relations between Australia and Indonesia over border protection issues make the importance of people-to-people relationships, including those based around education, even more crucial, according to Flinders University Vice-Chancellor Professor Michael Barber.
As Indonesia is now a strong neighbour, it is time to enhance a two-way exchange of students, including support from Jakarta for Australian students to study in Indonesia.