Indonesia Essay Topics

Marketing evaluate of online gambling in Indonesia

Introduction Developing our company business of online gambling enter to new market –Indonesia due to more and more competitors share market of China now, otherwise, the Chinese government crackdown illegal online gambling website from end of 2009 to now, so we must be to reduce the business risk and look for other potential new market… View Article

The Ultimate Island

Global warming has caused our body and our earth’s temperature to rise by a few degrees. The continuous release of greenhouse gases has turned our once peaceful work environment into a polluted and hellish cell of exhaustion. During those times we spend harassing our mind and body in such “incarceration”, all of us have imagined… View Article

Food and Beverage in Indonesia

This document is one of a series of free information tools for exporters produced by New Zealand Trade and Enterprise. New Zealand Trade and Enterprise provides a wide range of standard services and sophisticated solutions that assist businesses through every stage of the export process. For information or advice, phone New Zealand Trade and Enterprise… View Article

Indonesian Culture

Indonesia has about 300 ethnic groups, each with cultural identities developed over centuries, and influenced by Indian, Arabic, Chinese, and European sources. Traditional Javanese and Balinese dances, for example, contain aspects of Hindu culture and mythology, as do wayang kulit(shadow puppet) performances. Textiles such as batik, ikat, ulos and songket are created across Indonesia in… View Article

Deforestation in Indonesia and Brazil

Deforestation is normally referred to activities that all trees in forest are taken away through either the purpose is to get timber or to replace the area for alternative uses can cause environmental degradation, and pollution emission. There are similarities and differences of deforestation causes in Brazil and Indonesia. The objective of this essay is… View Article

Ethnic Marketing in Indonesia

Indonesia’s national slogan « Bhinneka ika tungat. » that means unity and diversity, is a strong local motto that celebrates differences, specially the demographic one. This slogan was adopted at independence in 1945. This can indicate in a first approach a strongly united population, a country where people are allowed to practice and conserve their… View Article

Ethnic Marketing in Indonesia

Indonesia’s national slogan « Bhinneka ika tungat. » that means unity and diversity, is a strong local motto that celebrates differences, specially the demographic one. This slogan was adopted at independence in 1945. This can indicate in a first approach a strongly united population, a country where people are allowed to practice and conserve their… View Article

Deforestation of Sumatra

Indonesia is the world’s fourth most populous country and a specialist agricultural economy. Since the sixties Indonesia is a country on the up with exports being an engine of growth in recent years experiencing a personal best, as recent as August 2011. In all it is a country populated by more than 230 Mio people… View Article

The Development of Public Relations in Indonesia

The Republic of Indonesia comprises five major islands: Java, Kalimantan, Sumatera, Sulawesi, and Papua. Some other islands are Maluku, Nusa Tenggara, and Bali. There are approximately 17,000 small islands comprise the Indonesian archipelago that stretches along the Equator extending more than 4,800 km. With more than 220 million people, Indonesia’s population ranks fourth in the… View Article

Bahasa Indonesia

My Educational background, academic and extra curricular and work experience are as follows. I am currently pursuing an international Baccalaureate education in Sekolah Pelita Harapan in Tangerang Indonesia that is equivalent to a 2 year diploma. The courses I have undertaken include business management (Higher Level / HL), English A2 (HL), Theatre Arts (HL), Bahasa… View Article

Indonesian Culture

Praise and gratitude I prayed to Almighty God for the implementation of events on this day well. I also says thank you for your time and opportunity that has been in invite In this speech I want to convey about the importance of creativity in preserving the culture of Indonesia. As we know, the Indonesian… View Article

Roro Jonggrang

Once upon a time, there was a kingdom named Prambanan. The people lived there peacefully. But suddenly, the kingdom of Prambanan was attacked and occupied by Pengging kingdom. Because of that, Prambanan was ruled by Bandung Bandowoso from Pengging kingdom. He was a king and had supernatural power. His soldiers were both humans and genies…. View Article

The History of East Timor

Timor is an island on the eastern side of the Indonesian archipelago and to the northwest of Australia. West Timor was a part of Indonesia and East Timor was a Portuguese controlled colony. East Timor was taken under the control of the Portuguese in the 1600s. They were in control until 1975. During 1942 the… View Article

Health Literacy

I. Background Child health is an essential indicator of the quality of life in developing countries. Mothers’ literacy is often positively associated with improved child health and nutritional status (Glewwe, 1999). The possession of literacy increases the ability of a mother or a family to acquire more knowledge. Improvements in child health are considered as… View Article

International Business Environment

This report covers almost all the related areas which are beneficial for the major decision to be taken by the CEO of my company, in order to expand the business in Indonesia. It also covers the history of Indonesia and have focused on all the important area which can have a great impact on our… View Article

Self Introduction

Hi! name is Cahya Himawan and today I’m 18 years old. I was born in Mataram on Monday, 12 February 1996, and all of my family members are Javanese. About my interest, I loves everything new, specially about technology, so when someone ask me about my hobby, I just say “I like to do anything… View Article

Indonesia

Indonesia geographically is located in Southeast Asia. It also located between two oceans the Indian and Specific Ocean. Its total area is 1,919,440 sq km. its climate is tropical, hot, and humid. The nature resources in Indonesia are petroleum, tin, natural gas, timer, bauxite, copper, fertile soils, and silver. Indonesia also has natural hazards such… View Article

Indonesian TV Homeshopping

Some months ago, a Korean company, GS Group, decided to collaborate with MNC group in creating 24-hour TV home shopping channel in one of the MNC channels. This news was significant since the Indonesian media has not had a 24-hour TV home shopping channel before, so this channel will be the first 24-hour TV home… View Article

Unity and Diversity of Indonesia

From “Sabang ‘till Merauke” is the name of a song dedicated to Indonesia’s many islands and its diversity. It’s numerous chain of islands contained in the thirty-two thousand miles dividing two oceans, the Pacific Ocean and the Indian Ocean. Sabang is a small island just off the coast of Sumatra; Merauke is a small village… View Article

Agriculture in Indonesia

Agriculture in Indonesia supports the livelihood of the population. Every three out of five people live in rural areas and farming is considered a main occupation for many families. Around 45% of Indonesian workers are farmers. Rice is Indonesians primary staple crop. Indonesia today is the third largest rice producer totaling 64,398,900 tons of rice… View Article

Ethnic Literature and Postcolonialism In Barta’s

The definition of ethnic literature “is literature like any other, except that it contains ethnic references. ” (Reilly p. 2). Another definition of ethnic literature is when there is a literature work that contain religious beliefs, racial issues, linguistics, or cultural heritage. In another word, ethnic literature is the literary work that includes particular culture,… View Article

Ethnic literature

The definition of ethnic literature “is literature like any other, except that it contains ethnic references. ” (Reilly p. 2). Another definition of ethnic literature is when there is a literature work that contain religious beliefs, racial issues, linguistics, or cultural heritage. In another word, ethnic literature is the literary work that includes particular culture,… View Article

Dutch Decolonization of Indonesia

Indonesia is a country in south East Asia that consists of more than 13,600 islands. The islands lie along the equator, and extend more than 5,000 kilometers. Indonesia was founded on August 17, 1945 under the name, the Republic of Indonesia and before 1945 it was ruled by the Dutch. But even a half a… View Article

Minangkabau (Fundamental of culture, religion, belief and tradition)

The Minangkabau ethnic group, also known as Minang (Urang minang in Minangkabau language), is indigenous to the highlands of West Sumatra, in Indonesia. Their culture is matrilineal, with property and land passing down from mother to daughter, while religious and political affairs are the responsibility of men (although some women also play important roles in… View Article

Cruelty in Animals

As human beings, we cannot live without other people. In order to survive, we need each other and should help each other. However, we need not only people but also other creatures, such as animals. Their presence is essential in human life as well. They can provide food, help us to earn money, be our… View Article

The Effects of Imperialism Upon Indonesia

After studying the two cases of imperialism; one of India, and one of several countries in Africa, for my project I have decided to research the nineteenth century colony of Indonesia. I feel very motivated about researching this country, especially since I spend 3 years of my life living there. Unfortunately, while I was live… View Article

Transnational Management of Jollibee Food Corporation

Jollibee is a fast food chain that is based in Manila, Philippines. Inspired by Tony’s chef dad back in 1977, the home style hamburger quickly became an instant hit among the Filipino’s market. Today, Jollibee is a family of a total of 750 stores across worldwide in countries like Vietnam, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and more…. View Article

Malaysia Airlines

Malaysia airlines:  what they did in real life and outcome performance after their adjustment and solution? Malaysia Airlines reduces fuel costs Malaysia Airlines reduces fuel costs on 40 aircrafts, including their A380 fleet, with SITA’s FMS Wind Uplink service. Flight Management System (FMS) calculations are constantly updated by the new service, therefore the airline can… View Article

Malaysian Ethics: The Bad, The Ugly and The Worst

We have compiled a short video of different ethics and personalities. Malaysia is definitely a unique country in terms of culture, religion and ethics. Its diversity is the main reason for its colorful ethics which are also unpredictable at times. Malaysian ethics are not all good or wonderful but rather scary in truth. The idiom… View Article

Air Asia in the Kingdom of Thailand

1. Air Asia in General Air Asia Berhad is a Malaysian low-cost airline headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It has been named as the world’s best low-cost airline and a pioneer of low-cost travel in Asia and is now currently the largest low fare, no-frills airline in Asia. It is also one of the largest… View Article