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Moyang Kasih started her career at Tempo in 2014 covering stories on art and cinema and is actively engaged with the Indonesian Data Journalism Network.

Her educational background comes from the North Sumatera University’s faculty of psychology, studied religious pluralism and democracy at Philadelphia’s Temple University in 2013.

Kasih also received the 2018 Chevening scholarship to obtain her masters at the Social History of Art from the University of Leeds.


Reproduction photo of survivors of the 1965 PKI purge events. Umi Sardjono (second from right) at the Bukit Duri Political Detention Center in the 1970s.
Bounty and Lutfi, members of the band Purgatory, performing at an event. 
Personal Doc.
Wela Rana Art Studio from Ruteng.
Visitors taking selfies in the art exhibition area for BTS in collaboration with Senyum Army titled RUMAH, at the Function Hall Plaza Indonesia, Jakarta, June 16. During the Covid-19 restrictions, the exhibition celebrating BTS’ anniversary is open to the public by placing an order in advance and following health protocols. The RUMAH Exhibition will be open through July 11.

From South Korea with Love

The love for South Korean culture which has been growing for over a decade leads to the formation of a community of dedicated fans in Indonesia. They are looking to purchase items that can make them feel closer to their idols. It has created opportunities for businesses both large and small.

Interlude Edisi : Monday, 21 June 2021

Plastic trash floating in the ocean as depicted in the film Plastic Island by Dandhy Laksono and Rahung Nasution.
Visinema Doc.
Malaysian cartoonist Zulkiflee Anwar Ulhaque, alias Zunar.

Many Issues Still Untouched by ASEAN Cartoonists

Malaysian political cartoonist Zulkiflee Anwar Ulhaque, known as Zunar, and non-profit organization Hujah Ehsan are holding an online exhibition of the ASEAN Human Rights Cartoon Exhibition from May 3 to 30. The exhibition, titled Human Rights at the Homeland, features 100 critical cartoons by 37 cartoonists from Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines and Myanmar. Tempo interviewed Zunar to understand the road and the importance of the exhibition, also the development of political cartoons in Southeast Asia.

Interview Edisi : Monday, 17 May 2021

Ajip Rosidi Library, Bandung, West Java, February 11.
Tempo/Prima Mulia
Lelara Influenza book./Syefri Luwis doc.
Fritz Basiang/A Toraja Pilgrimage: The Life of Fritz Basiang
Opera Gandari performance at Graha Bhakti Budaya, Taman Ismail Marzuki, Jakarta.  TEMPO/Nurdiansah
Stelarc: Installation of augmented parts come from my own cells/Keisuke Oki
Stelarc in the Instrumenta #2 festival at Goethe-Institut Jakarta, November 11./TEMPO/Nurdiansah

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