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Culture // Prose & Poem
(Bukan) Rumah untuk Semua (1)

Peringatan pemicu. Fiksi liris yang memotret salah satu realitas lesbian di Indonesia.

by Antonia Timmerman May 8, 2019
Smashing Patriarchy and Calling Out Hypocrisy One Comic Strip at a Time

From religious hypocrisy to mansplaining, Nyne Comics does not pull its punches in its criticism.

by Shafira Amalia January 11, 2019
'Women Sense Tour' Documentaries Counter Stereotypes of Muslim Women

Made by French film makers, the documentary series put a spotlight on women change makers in five Muslim countries including Indonesia.

by Ayunda Nurvitasari, Reporter/Social Media Manager December 6, 2018
How a Romance Novel Goes Deeper on Singapore than Crazy Rich Asians

A romance novel published in the same year as Crazy Rich Asians turn out to show a little more nuanced than the best-selling book series.

by Mario Rustan, Columnist October 24, 2018
I Am Changing

The latest poem from our Belles-Lettres column.

by Sonia Vashishta Oberoi October 22, 2018
'Crazy Rich Asians' Tak Representasi Budaya Asia Secara Utuh

Film tidak berkewajiban memiliki pesan pembawa perubahan dan tidak mungkin menampilkan representasi secara utuh apalagi sempurna.

by Budi Winawan October 12, 2018
Culture // Screen Raves
Mouthwatering "Aruna dan Lidahnya" Leaves Unsavory Aftertaste

While the film wins on aesthetic with its exhibition of food porn, it could have delivered a much better narrative.

by Ayunda Nurvitasari & Alvin Steviro October 5, 2018
Benarkah Nagini Itu Naga dari Indonesia?

Narasi baru dari J.K. Rowling soal Nagini problematik dan bersifat Orientalis.

by Ros Aruna September 28, 2018
Film Indonesian Calling: Narasi Sejarah Kemerdekaan yang Terlupakan dari Digul Hingga Australia

Film Indonesia Calling menunjukkan bahwa sejarah kemerdekaan Indonesia sangat kaya dan politik kemerdekaan tidak bersifat tunggal.

by Tabayyun Pasinringi August 14, 2018
Culture // Screen Raves
Sekala Niskala Captures How A Child Deals with Loss and Grief

The new film by Director Kamila Andini explores the idea of an overlapping world between the seen and the unseen, the presence of the divine among the living when death feels near.

by Ayunda Nurvitasari, Reporter/Social Media Manager March 13, 2018