Category Archives: Social media

GoLive video: “We are Indonesia”

GoLive Indonesia in collaboration with PPIA UniSA proudly present our “We are Indonesia” video series.

Here’s a glimpse of the many faces, culture and languages that builds Indonesia. We are lucky to be blessed with such diversity and heritage.

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2nd Indonesia Research Day Video.

It’s finally here! Following popular requests from those that attended and probably missed the 2nd Indonesia Research Day, We have uploaded videos of the panelist on GoLive Indonesia youtube channel. You can watch them via this link 2nd IRD panelist.

Apologies for the delay in publishing the videos. We are doing our best to get them ready before this year ends. Please bear with us as we gradually post and publish all the panelists videos on our youtube channel.

We look forward to your feedback and comments.

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IPB and University of Adelaide ‘Sister Trip’: Knowledge of livestock production and friendships

 

Five Bogor Agricultural University (IPB) students recently became the guests of the University of Adelaide. This was part of the ‘sister trip’ program where University of Adelaide students have also made a similar trip to Bogor, Indonesia. This program is a result of longer-term relationships between University of Adelaide and IPB. The University of Adelaide students made it first visit to IPB in 2012 led by Associate Professor Wayne Pitchford.

 

In December 2014, Associate Professor Wayne Pitchford is planning to take 25 students of University of Adelaide, who are final year Agricultural Science, Animal Science or Doctor of Veterinary Medicine students.  The funding will come from the government’s New Colombo Plan. Prof Pitchford has also opened this opportunity up to a small number of students from other Universities.  All students must have demonstrated a significant commitment to our livestock industries by being involved in extracurricular activities like the recent meat judging competition.

 

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*Photographs by Mandi Carr

 

Prof Pitchford viewed that the best aspects of this program are twofold. First is an understanding of livestock production systems in another country. Second is the building of relationships between students in Indonesia and Australia.  The sister trip has been tremendous at cementing those relationships as all students will meet each other twice (both in Australia and Indonesia).  Many of the students remain in contact by Facebook and Twitter.

 

This is an excellent example of how both countries continue to develop their people-to-people relationships, that during ‘difficult times’ remain strong.

 

To read more about their story, please visit: 

The Australian (9 July 2014), Taking Stock of Aussie methods

Stock Journal (17 July 2014): Indo students get a taste of Australia

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Australia in the Asian century: Identifying opportunities for Indonesia-Australia relations

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On 8 May 2013, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade organised public consultations  “Australia in the Asian century” in Adelaide. Indonesia becomes one of the focused countries along with Korea, Japan, India and China. Risti Permani, GoLive Indonesia team member, attended the event.

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Diversity of Media=Diversity of Content?

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Anang Sujoko, Brawijaya University 

In Indonesia, after the resignation of President Soeharto (1998), the freedom of expression has encouraged the media development. The mass media, including print media and broadcasting media, has significantly grown. For instance, the number of private television stations went up from two stations in 1998 to 11 national commercial network stations and hundreds of local commercial TV stations (Davis 2013). In addition, there are currently one thousand print media (newspaper, tabloid, and magazine) with 25 million copies.

In Indonesia, mainstream media, including print and broadcasting, play the important role in shaping or directing Indonesians’ points of view and life. This article briefly reviews the importance of media and how the media works,  and investigates whether diversity of media leads to diversity of content.

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GoLive Indonesia’s Reflections on 2011

How quickly 2011 has gone! Our project will be 5 months old on Dec 25. Taking lessons from five-month old baby milestones, in this stage “Your baby now realizes where sounds come from”. It seems to be relevant to our project too. Looking back over our short journey, we are delighted that we now seem to comprehend gradually and have a better vision of the direction of our project.
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The ASEAN-BIS Day 2 (17 November 2011): A Morning Report

Well, let us just say there was a ‘technical problem happened this morning. The GoLive Indonesia Representative’s (hereinafter, GIR) documents including her scanned passport cover page, complete bio and picture that were sent to ‘an Indonesian government ministry’ who is responsible for the badges earlier have not been processed.

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