Komando In The Ring
Indonesia In-depth
by In-depth Creative
1M ago
Coming from two generations of high ranking military leaders, Dimas grew up wanting nothing else than to become a soldier too. But it was only when Dimas moved to Hawaii in the late 1990s that he unexpectedly found a way to channel his patriotic side.  In this episode, we follow a story of the first Indonesian to become a pro wrestler in the U.S. Donning an army character from Indonesia, Dimas recounts the serendipitous events that led him to become a wrestler, coming to terms with his family who were adamantly against his childhood dream, and an unexpected turn in his career after 9/11 h ..read more
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The Making of a National Food Culture (Part 2)
Indonesia In-depth
by In-depth Creative
1M ago
Though Indomie is one of Indonesian's most iconic brands, its true origin is largely misunderstood. As Indonesians began to accept wheat-based products as part of their daily diet, instant noodles manufacturers flourished--beginning with Supermi. But it was Soeharto's masterplan with establishing Bogasari, a flour milling facility, that paved the way for Liem Sioe Liong (a.k.a Soedono Salim) to come onto the instant noodle scene. With the help of Soeharto and his institutions, Salim wrestled control over the Indomie brand from the inventor and eventually dominate the entire instant noodle mark ..read more
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The Making of a National Food Culture (Part 1)
Indonesia In-depth
by In-depth Creative
1M ago
How did instant noodles become a staple food for Indonesians? How did Indomie become Indonesia’s most iconic brand? Through the lens of two generations, we trace back the series of accidental events; from historic famine, a move for political and national stability, nepotism, geopolitics, the letters of desperation, to the legal battle over Indonesia’s most iconic brand and a forgotten founder that history should acknowledge. | Stay connected with us through our Instagram and Twitter: @Indepthcreates or write to us at info@indepthcreative.com | This episode is produced by In-depth Creative ..read more
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Season 4 of Indonesia In-depth is launching today!
Indonesia In-depth
by In-depth Creative
1M ago
Our podcast feeds has been a bit quiet recently, but that's because we have been hard at work pitching, interviewing, editing and building stories. Indonesia In-depth has evolved into a seasonal podcast, fully committed to long-form narrative series. We hope you will enjoy it! | |Stay connected with us through our Instagram and Twitter: @Indepthcreates or write to us at info@indepthcreative.com | This episode is produced by In-depth Creative | All music licensed | Visit : www.indepthcreative.com or Shawn’s LinkedIn page: http://www.linkedin.com/in/shawn-corrigan/ | Send us your feedback! Emai ..read more
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What's New from Indonesia In-depth?
Indonesia In-depth
by In-depth Creative
1M ago
We’ve got some big news! We’ve been off the grid for a while but that’s for a good reason. Indonesia In-depth is evolving into a seasonal podcast and fully committed to long-form narrative series. Our debut will be released soon! In the meantime, stay connected with us through our Instagram and Twitter: @Indepthcreates or write to us at info@indepthcreative.com | This episode is produced by In-depth Creative | All music licensed | Visit : www.indepthcreative.com or Shawn’s LinkedIn page: http://www.linkedin.com/in/shawn-corrigan/ | Send us your feedback! Email: info@indepthcreative.com | Twitt ..read more
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Indonesia In-Studio E3: The Sound of 2020
Indonesia In-depth
by In-depth Creative
1M ago
2020 is coming to an end, and to be honest, we can’t wait! Through musical instruments, sounds, and melodies, Tanita and Rizki paint a picture of what the team went through in this unprecedented year. In this episode of Indonesia In-Studio (and last episode of Indonesia In-depth in 2020!), we take you back to all the works, surprises, the highs and the lows of production that took place in our studio. Featuring some of our most candid conversations and thoughts, this episode is a ride behind the scenes of some of our biggest successes and biggest setbacks this year. 2021 here we come! | This ..read more
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Going Back to Indirect Elections?
Indonesia In-depth
by In-depth Creative
1M ago
One of the major changes to Indonesia following the fall of Soeharto and Reformasi was decentralization and a shift to a direct ballot election system. The aim? To ensure that local legislatures were not simply a rubber stamp of Jakarta.  In recent years though, we have seen a strong push to return to a similar system used under the New Order and ultimately return more power to the central government. Leading this movement are the key political parties: PDIP, Golkar and Gerindra and with the bigger goal of amending election laws in and even the Constitution. They aim to have the changes c ..read more
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Indonesia In-Documentary - Where Do We Draw The Line?
Indonesia In-depth
by In-depth Creative
1M ago
Between May - July 1945, members of the Investigative Committee for Preparatory Work for Independence (BPUPKI) deliberated on what territories should be included in a future Republic of Indonesia, if Japan granted independence. Should the new state stretch from Southern Thailand to Papua New Guinea? Should it extend only to the borders of the former Dutch colony? Or, should it mirror the territory of the former Majapahit Kingdom from the 14th and 15th Century? In this audio documentary, we revisit the intellectual history of “Tanah Air” with historian Dr. Yosef Djakababa.  | This episode ..read more
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Maritime As A Source Of Power?
Indonesia In-depth
by In-depth Creative
1M ago
President Widodo promised to return Indonesia to a maritime power when he first took office in 2014. It was one of Widodo’s major platform policies and there was a lot talk about it in his presidential campaign that year and during the early part of his first term. Intrigued by history, we often wondered, if Widodo hoped to bring back this maritime power, what did this power look like before? Where the kingdoms that controlled this region maritime powers themselves? As part of our Independence Month series at Indonesia In-depth, we explore Indonesia's historical and cultural ties to maritime ..read more
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Indonesia In-Documentary: Anywhere But Home
Indonesia In-depth
by In-depth Creative
1M ago
There are more and more Nigerians fleeing to Indonesia. Why is this the case?  Though the local media may have portrayed them more as online scammers and drug dealers, the reality is most of them are just trying to find a better life outside Nigeria doing ordinary jobs. The situation in Nigeria has pushed many youths to emigrate, or attempted to emigrate, abroad.  We follow the story of one Nigerian man who hoped to find a better life in Indonesia. Now held in a detention center in West Jakarta, he shares his memories of Lagos, the reality of being a foreign worker in Indonesia and ..read more
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