SIS CEO and founder Jaspal Sidhu learned early in his childhood how education was going to have a significant impact in his life. His father, a humble doorman who served Singapore’s biggest hotels for decades, never ceased to emphasise in the household how going to school was going to make a difference for everyone’s lives.
Books are the windows to the world and reading is the key to knowledge. It is the dream of every nation to have a smart generation. It is also a dream for Indonesia, but there is a lot of homework that remains, especially to equalise the quality of education in remote areas of eastern Indonesia.
For the most part, Jakarta is hot—very hot. And incredibly humid. But there are those places out there that are fun and enjoyable despite the blazing sun. The follow is a curated list of activities for young people to enjoy – weather permitting, of course. Kids could exercise their physic by aprticipating in fun activities
BINUS programmes foster and empower Indonesia with a solid academic foundation at K-12 and university levels. BINA NUSANTARA (building the archipelago) Foundation has been on a mission to foster and empower society in building and serving the nation since 1974. Photo courtesy of Bina Nusantara Foundation/NOW!JAKARTA Indonesia is home to a burgeoning middle class and
With media and technology playing a central, if vital, role in our daily lives, it is no surprise that parents – especially of young children – need to be especially vigilant of their child’s “screen time”. While parenting styles are deeply personal, there is help available to those who might consider some advice. Although not
Womenesia is a service club at the Jakarta Intercultural School that works to empower women in Jakarta by providing them with skills and markets. Maria and a member of YBS selling their products at JIS. Photos Provided By Jakarta Intercultural School/NOW!JAKARTA It is easy to immerse oneself in Jakarta’s malls, office buildings, and traffic. But