The Teacher Becomes a Student 

– By Meghan Cullinan, ETA in Kendari – It was 6:00 a.m. on Saturday morning. But there was no sleeping in for the students of MAN 1 Kendari on this Saturday, or any Saturday for that matter! All around Indonesia, most students that attend madrassas, Islamic affiliated public schools, were also on their way to…

Jam Karet: Being On Time in Indonesia

– By Elena Dietz, ETA in Malang, East Java – I looked down at my watch. It was 9:15 am. “We were supposed to leave over an hour ago…” I thought to myself. It was a Friday morning, and I had left one of my classes early to go to the immigration office with one of…

Simple Recipes for Indonesia

—By Krupa Patel—   Eating healthy can sometimes be a struggle when you aren’t at home in your own kitchen. Living in Indonesia brought me back to my college days and reminded me how to make more with less. Check out some quick innovative recipes I’ve listed below. The recipes for these foods are pretty…