Business & Networking
BritCham Business & Social Gathering
Thu, 30 Aug 2012
Location: TBA on RSVP
* Members: Rp. 200.000
* Non Members: Rp. 320.000
Located at the heart of a vibrant city-centre hub, voted our most popular business networking platform, this is an excellent opportunity to exchange views, solicit information, and seek out business opportunities.
Light snacks will be served throughout the evening together with a 2.5 hour free flow of wine, beer, soft drink, juice and free flow Gilbey’s Gin & Tonic!
BritCham Breakfast Panel Briefing ”Business Risk & Security”
Thu, 06 Sep 2012
Location: TBA on RSVP
1. Eric Gerstein, (Physical) IPJ Services
2. John McFarland, (Forensic) Hill & Associates
3. Nick Redfearn, (IP) Rouse & Co (tbc)
4. Tba (Political)
1. Ian Betts, Managing Director of Hill & Associates
* Members:Rp. 250,000
* Non Members:Rp. 325,000
Includes full breakfast
European Business Partners – BRITCHAM, EKONID, IFCCI, INA & Eurocham – hosted by BritCham
Thu, 13 Sep 2012
Venue available upon confirmation
IDR 300.000 (members),
IDR 400.000 (non-members)
(inc wines, beer, soft drinks and a selection of cocktail snacks)
To confirm your attendance (or cancel a previous booking)
Please contact one of these Chambers:
Ph: 522 9453, Fax: 527 9135
Ph: 315 4685, Fax: 315 5276
Ms. Rizka, Ph: 5722056, Fax: 5722057
Ph: 739 7161, Fax: 739 7168
Ms. Shinta, Ph: 5290 2177 Fax: 5290 2178
Oktoberfest 2012 @ Sari Pan Pacific Jakarta
Fri, 14 Sep 2012 – Sat, 15 Sep 2012
Location: Jl. M.H. Thamrin No.6, Jakarta 10340, Indonesia
The 1st Oktoberfest at Sari Fan Pacific Jakarta!
Be part of the biggest Oktoberfest ever in Jakarta and experience the authentic German Cuisine & vibrant German Traditional Music performance with your good friends. Good Time, Good Food, Good Beers and much more.
Doors Open, Registration and giving the MUG to guests, Photo Booth.
6.00 – 9.00 p.m.
All you can eat at Main Buffet.
Welcome by MC, Official opening by Embassy, Blessing by Priest, Speech by GM, VIP and Sponsors.
9.00 p.m. – Midnight
German Snack Buffet
8.30 p.m. – 2.00 a.m.
Traditional German Music Performance by Die Sowa Gschnitztn.
Lucky Draw, Games & Beer Competition
Music & Festivals
Beethoven Symphony No. 9 @ Aula Simfonia Jakarta
Sat, 25 Aug 2012 – Sun, 26 Aug 2012
Location: Jl. Industri Blok B 14 Kav. 1, Kemayoran, Jakarta Pusat 10720
Rachelle Gerodias (Soprano)
Anna Koor (Alto)
Joseph Hu (Tenor)
Noel Azcona (Baritone)
Great Wall String Quartet
Jakarta Oratorio Society
Jakarta Symfonia Orchestra
DR. Stephen Tong (Conductor)
Price (in IDR)
50,000 (student 8 to 15 years old)
100,000 (student 16 to 21 years old)
The 2nd SBM International Golden Lens Documentary Festival @ Erasmus Huis
Tue, 25 Sep 2012 – Sat, 29 Sep 2012
Location: Jalan HR Rasuna Said Kav. S-3 Jakarta, Indonesia 12950, Kuningan
Best Student Documentary
Best Audience Choice
Jakarta Marathon 2012
Sun, 23 Sep 2012
Location: Stadion Madya Atletik Senayan Jakarta
5 KM Run
Ekiden (Marathon Relay)
* International / US$ 55-/person
* Indonesian / Rp. 150.000-/person
* Internasional / US$ 15-/person
* Indonesian / Rp. 50.000-/person
EKIDEN (1team x 4 people)
* International / US$ 150-/team
* Indonesian / Rp. 1.000.000-/team
Regiser now at:
Join us for a lively, candid and entertaining discussion of Jusuf Wanandi’s bestselling Shades of Grey: A Political Memoir of Modern Indonesia 1965-1998
Panelists: Jusuf Wanandi, Harry Tjan Silalahi, Taufik Abdullah
Moderator: Endy Bayuni
Date/Time: Thursday, 30 August 2012 6 – 7:30pm
Place: Kinokuniya Plaza Senayan
ABOUT THE BOOK
For more than three decades, Soeharto reigned as the most powerful man in Indonesia – President, father figure and infallible leader to millions. That span of the country’s history has remained largely opaque to the public, with confusion and vagaries obscuring the inner workings of his regime. InShades of Grey: A Political Memoir of Modern Indonesia 1965-1998, longtime political insider Jusuf Wanandi, who worked closely with the President’s top advisors for decades, sheds light on the indecipherable dark of this period. From the day of the 1965 coup to the invasion of East Timor to Soeharto’s complex relationships with China, the communist party and Islamic activists, Wanandi draws on behind-the-scenes knowledge and lifelong experience to illuminate some of the most dramatic and less understood elements of Indonesian history.
Both history scholars and political novices will learn much from this book, gaining greater comprehension of how Indonesia came to be what it is today, as well as coming to understand one of modern history’s largest political personalities. As the title suggests, nothing in this deeply layered story is black-and-white, no truths absolute in the violent and passionate tale of Indonesia’s journey toward full democracy, but Wanandi offers perhaps the most comprehensive and nuanced explanation to date. Though no history can tell all sides of a story, Shades of Grey – coloured by Wanandi’s thoughtful voice, as well as humanising anecdotes about great figures – paints a rich picture of a fascinating time, a picture that is sure to provoke debate and introspection for years to come.