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The new kid on the block – Indonesia is pushing for ‘creative economy’ with a mission for social impact

The term ‘creative economy’ has become a key word in developing regions across Asia. Xin Gu argues that this will allow Indonesia to link with global markets, through which an alternative image of Indonesia can be pursued – one that’s more forward thinking, more youthful, more futuristic, one breaking away from the old perceptions of Indonesia. 

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Launch of the Monash Herb Feith Indonesian Engagement Centre

Monash University’s Faculty of Arts is launching the Monash Herb Feith Indonesian Engagement Centre at Clayton campus next month. Dean of Arts Professor Sharon Pickering said the new centre recognised the “amazing legacy of the Herb Feith Foundation and the Centre of Southeast Asian Studies, and continues the university’s and the faculty’s commitment to engaging…

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