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Lily Yulianti is a journalist and writer. She was born and raised in Makassar, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. After finishing her MA in gender and development studies at the University of Melbourne, Australia in 2004 she moved to Tokyo, working as an Indonesian language specialist and radio broadcaster for Radio Japan NHK World.
She is interested in South East Asian studies, gender issues, and culture.
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'George's Secret Key to the Universe'
Stephen Hawking's daughter talks about her new children's book
1
Unlike other children's adventure or science fiction books that emphasize the adventures of the main characters, this bo... >>more
2008.03.10
Quality Citizen Reporting Works
A progress report on a citizen journalism project in Indonesia
2
We are confident in turning stories by ordinary people into our headlines, as we believe they are our representatives in... >>more
2007.12.09
Waiting for a Role Model for Muslim World
[Analysis] Economic integration in Asia opens opportunity for addressing diversity
3
"For example, Malaysia has spread information to our business and trading counterparts about halal products that meet Mu... >>more
2007.05.24
Indonesia's First Full-Time Blogger
Budi Putra, 34, quits respectable day job to devote himself to blog
4
Budi has decided to make a living from blogging alone, a move that inspires many bloggers in the country where the Inter... >>more
2007.05.07
The Citizen Reporter as Eyewitness
Praise for student's footage of Virginia Tech mass killing
5
His footage, some of it shaky, set the scene inside the campus: an empty road outside a nearby building being approached... >>more
2007.04.17
OhmyNews Inspires Citizen Journalism in Indonesia
OMNI citizen reporter launches Panyingkul!
6
Why did the idea of a local Web site with a citizen journalism model look so appealing to me? The fact was, after spendi... >>more
2007.01.31
Voices from the Streets: Say No to Bush
As U.S. President arrives for six-hour visit to Indonesia, protests continue
7
Some experts and civic groups have called the preparations for Bush's six-hour visit to Indonesia simply overwhelming: t... >>more
2006.11.20
Tokyo International Film Festival
Third installment in Yoji Yamada's samurai trilogy opens nine-day-long extravaganza
8
To the Japanese, Yamada is a much-respected director, famously known as the creator of the world's longest running film ... >>more
2006.10.20
N. Korea Is a Frightening Country
Japanese citizens respond to the nuclear test
9
People rushed to pick up the papers and ended up with similar comments: condemning North Korea's latest move. It was not... >>more
2006.10.09
Internet Creates a World Without Distance
In celebration of OneWebDay on Sept. 22, 2006
10
My husband once managed to babysit our 8-year-old son from his apartment in Orebro, Sweden. By using skype and a Web-cam... >>more
2006.09.22
Falsely Accused of Terrorism
A chilling aspect of the global war on terror
11
By simply glancing at the headlines and not going on to carefully read the whole story, anyone could have concluded that... >>more
2006.09.11
Tough Choices for Japanese Women
[Analysis] Career and freedom, or childbirth and tradition?
12
If a Japanese woman decides to marry and have children, it is her business "only" to later juggle with domestic duties a... >>more
2006.09.06
Koizumi Visits Yasukuni Shrine
South Korea, China condemn appearance on war anniversary
13
Five years ago, when he took office, Koizumi once promised that he would visit the shrine, which glorifies Japanese war ... >>more
2006.08.15
Japan's Socioeconomic Time Bomb
[Analysis] A large aging population plus a low birth rate equals problems for the government
14
Indeed, the mass retirement of baby boomers has been widely discussed in Japan, in addition to the aging population. Var... >>more
2006.08.12
The Dreams of 100 Orphans
International Children's Conference takes place in Tokyo
15
There are AIDS orphans from Uganda, children who lost their parents in the Afghan war, orphans from the massive earthqua... >>more
2006.08.10
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