1:45 pm April 11, 2014 | 1 Comment
This, dear reader, is the thirteenth and final article examining that unique Asian republic – Gilanesia – as it revved up the national engine room in a historic election year. Well, the farce has been played out and what hope there was that Gilanesia might get its act together and move forward into reform, justice more »
11:03 am April 4, 2014 | 5 Comments
This, dear reader, is the twelfth in a continuing series of articles examining that unique Asian republic – Gilanesia – as it revs up the national engine room in an historic election year. This week – a little known political party – The Bull’s Eye Party. It’s quite a change from all the other Bull-Manure more »
10:52 am March 28, 2014 | 1 Comment
Mr. Grandiose Narcissus is a former military man. Some years ago he got the boot from the army for what was politely termed, 'exceeding orders' during legitimate public protest against a corrupt and repressive regime in Gilanesia and while fighting against a legitimate independence movement in a foreign country. Mr. Grandiose Narcissus claims that he was merely saving the country from traitors. Read into that what you may.
5:53 pm March 25, 2014 | No Comment
Every year on March 20, efforts to promote oral health awareness is taken to an international stage as nations across the globe commemorate World Oral Health Day. The FDI World Dental Federation reports that more than 70 nations were involved in this year’s celebration. In Indonesia last Saturday, Peri Gigi Indonesia, or Indonesia Tooth Fairies, more »
7:56 pm March 20, 2014 | 1 Comment
The decision that has kept Indonesians waiting and speculating for many months has finally been revealed: Indonesia Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P) chairwoman Megawati Soekarnoputri has appointed Jakarta Governor Joko Widodo as the party’s candidate for the upcoming presidential elections set for July. By virtue of this decision, the wildly popular Joko will effectively be more »
2:52 pm March 13, 2014 | 8 Comments
This, dear reader, is the ninth in a continuing series of articles examining that unique Asian republic – Gilanesia – as it revs up the national engine room in a historic election year. Now first let me point out that this blog will be the shortest in this series. And why is that? In Gilanesia more »
2:26 pm March 7, 2014 | No Comment
Startup is renowned in entrepreneurship circle as an early stage company working to solve certain problems with a repeatable and scalable business model. In Indonesia, the startup landscape is still in its infancy, yet holds a very promising prospect with its sizable and growing market, and encompasses a wide range of fields from technology-based venture to social enterprise, creative industry, among others.
11:37 am March 7, 2014 | 1 Comment
This, dear reader, is the eighth in a continuing series of articles examining that unique Asian republic – Gilanesia – as it revs up the national engine room in a historic election year. This week, how a nice party turned into a cannibal feast and those attending ate themselves. Not since Miss Lesley Gore belted more »