Yessica Sie has been living in China for three and a half years. The Jakarta native currently works for design magazine Interni in Beijing. Yessica shared a cup of tea with China Report ASEAN to chat about moving to freezing Harbin, studying Chinese and finding time to chill in busy Beijing.
The movement aims to have 1,000 digital startups across Indonesia’s 10 biggest cities by
the end of 2020.
When Albert Giovanni first arrived in Harbin in northeast China following his 6,098-kilometer journey from Jakarta, Indonesia, to attend university in 2013, he wasn’t sure what to expect…
The Tsingshan Industrial Park, as part of the China-Indonesia Economic and Trade Cooperation Zone, has turned a remote fishing village nestled in the county of Morowali in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia, into a global base for ferronickel and stainless steel.
China Report ASEAN sat down for an exclusive interview with Mr. Soegeng Rahardjo, the Indonesian Ambassador to China, to learn more about the development of the bilateral relationship that exists between the world’s first and fourth most populated countries.
By Duncan Gordon Just over a year ago Hendy Yuniarto was working as a lecturer and a journalist for his local newspaper in Yogyakarta, Suva,