• FDW Education Fest

    PPI Singapura, bekerja sama dengan Foreign Domestic Worker Association for Social Support and Training (FAST), mengadakan kursus pelatihan bagi Penata Laksana Rumah Tangga (PLRT) bulan Maret lalu. Baca selengkapnya di sini.

  • Ga level deh loe!

    Mudah sekali untuk melihat contoh praktis budaya elitisme di Singapura, bahkan tampak seakan budaya ini diajarkan sejak dini. Namun, apakah mengelompokkan orang-orang ke dalam golongan-golongan tertentu adalah budaya yang sehat? Samuel Wong membahasnya di sini.

  • Pemilu: Yang Perlu Kamu Tahu…

    Pemilu tingkat legislatif akan diadakan kurang dari seminggu lagi. Apa saja yang perlu kamu tahu tentang Pemilu? Cek tipsnya di sini!

  • Ada apa di OlymPPIc 2014?

    OlymPPIc bukan hanya pentas olahraga bagi para pelajar Indonesia di Singapura, tapi juga ajang kreatifitas para suporter mendukung tim kesayangannya. Lihat kemeriahan para pendukungnya di sini. Oleh Ayesha Zulazmi.

  • Pemilu Telah Memanggil Kita!

    ‘Pemilu? Kita kan tinggal di Singapura, emang perlu ikutan?’ adalah salah satu pertanyaan yang mungkin terdengar menjelang Pemilu 2014. Untuk menjawab pertanyaan ini dan mengetahui informasi dasar tentang pemilu lainnya, AyoVote akan mengadakan seminar di Singapura.

  • Calling for Indonesia’s future leaders!

    Do you aspire to be the leader of change Indonesia needs? Or do you want to develop your problem-solving skills? Youth Leaders for Indonesia is opening registration for the 6th National Wave this year. Click here to find out more!

  • Anies Baswedan: “Kembalikan Semangat ‘Movement’!”

    Rektor Universitas Paramadina, Anies Baswedan menghadiri acara sharing session di KBRI Singapura hari Minggu (16/2) lalu. Beliau mengingatkan pentingnya semangat gotong-royong untuk menyelesaikan masalah negara bersama-sama. Simak selengkapnya di sini.

  • GAYA: 2 seconds, A Review

    SMUKI’s annual performing arts presentation, GAYA, has delivered again this year with a drama titled “2 Seconds”. Our contributor Hayatun Nafysa has been wowed with the dance numbers and reviewed the show. Click here to read what she has to say.

  • Your 2014 Must-Watch Movies Guide

    There are many movies expected to premier in this year. Can’t decide which to watch, or want to know more about those films? Our in-house movie enthusiast Hayatun Nafysa has got it covered with this movie guide.

  • 4 Things To See and Join!

    This February is packed by events organised by Indonesian students’ association from four schools, from performing arts to adventurous competition. Read more to know what the events have to offer. By Ayesha Zulazmi.

  • YOLO! Then what?

    Tahun baru adalah momen yang biasanya digunakan untuk membuat janji memperbaiki diri sendiri selama satu tahun kedepan. Akan tetapi, bagaimana apabila kita harus pergi dari dunia ini sebelum janji tersebut terlaksana? Oleh Samuel Wong.

  • [DIASPORA COUNTDOWN]No. 15: Indonesian U-19 National Football Team

    The Diaspora Countdown returns with no. 15: The Indonesian U-19 National Football Team. Their recent cup victory had propelled the team members into fame, but can those young talents realise their full potential and at the same time being under the pressure to win more tournaments in the future?

  • [DIASPORA COUNTDOWN]No. 16: Australia Wiretapped Indonesia

    In no. 16 on Diaspora Countdown, we have Australia’s spying Indonesian officials leading to the 2009 Indonesian General Election. The issue made the newly elected Australian PM came under scrutiny by the Australian public. How was wiretapping Indonesian officials protecting Australian lives and interests?

  • [DIASPORA COUNTDOWN]No. 17: Singapore Cyberattacks

    The Diaspora Countdown continues with no. 17: The Singapore Cyberattacks. With a number of government and news websites being attacked, the Singapore Cyberattacks came to our attention. Is “defending people’s right of freedom of speech” a good reason enough to justify hacking?

  • [DIASPORA COUNTDOWN]No. 18: Kuala Namu International Airport

    The Kuala Namu International Airport in Medan was officially opened earlier this year. Has it lived to the hype, as the second largest airport in Indonesia? By Ayesha Zulazmi.

  • [DIASPORA COUNTDOWN] No. 19: Tampines Accident

    The Diaspora Countdown continues with no. 19: The Tampines Accident. The general reaction to the horrific accident, which claimed the lives of two young boys, showed how Singaporeans are not as emotionless as stereotyped. By Chris Sembiring.

  • [DIASPORA COUNTDOWN] No. 20: Democratic Party Convention

    The Diaspora Countdown begins with top event No. 20: Democratic Party convention. Why should Indonesians take note of the convention? How will it affect the National Elections next year? Chris Sembiring discusses.

  • Run for Hope 2013

    Singapore is home to various marathon events, but what exactly makes Run for Hope different? One of the attending runners for this year’s edition Rima Purnama Sari explains.

  • Laporan Khusus: Indonesian Students ASEAN Conference

    Indonesian Students ASEAN Conference (ISAC) yang diselenggarakan oleh Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia (PPI) Singapura dan PPI Se-ASEAN hari Sabtu (9/11) lalu berlangsung dengan sukses. Laporan selengkapnya oleh Chris Sembiring.

  • Imam Akbari: “ACT Mengangkat Harkat Bangsa di Bidang Kemanusiaan”

    M. Imam Akbari, wakil presiden senior LSM Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT), berbicara bagaimana organisasinya membantu korban bencana dan bagaimana bantuan tersebut dapat memperbaiki kondisi ekonomi mereka. Baca selengkapnya di sini.