The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same

— By Christopher Linnan — Everybody’s experience as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant (ETA) in Indonesia is different. Some of us are placed in large cities while others are in small towns, and some of us live in extremely conservative areas, while others do not have to make a significant adjustment from their lifestyles in…

More Idul Adha Photos

By Rebecca Kulik, Clare Volz, and Annabelle Wilmott, introduction by Chris Linnan Eid al-Adha, commonly known as Idul Adha in Indonesia, is the second of two official Muslim holidays. Idul Adha celebrates the willingness of Abraham to sacrifice his first-born son Ishmael. In Indonesia the holiday is an occasion for celebration with your friends and…