Being present: Australia in Indonesia

When I first started to lobby for a physical, stand-alone Australian cultural presence in Indonesia in the early 2000s I said “everyone” had such a thing—except Australia and the USA. By 2010 the USA had a US$5 million cultural space in central Jakarta (with an annual running budget at US$3 million).[1] Australia remains even less “present” today.[2]

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