Book 1

Krakatau

Krakatau

NUS Press. 2014

In August 1883 massive volcanic eruptions destroyed two-thirds of the island of Krakatau, in the Sunda Strait between Sumatra and Java. It was the day the world exploded. A tsunami wreaked havoc in the region, causing countless deaths, and shock waves were recorded around the world. Ash from the eruption affected global weather patterns for years. Since that time Krakatau has been the subject of more than 1,000 reports and publications, both scholarly and literary but the only surviving...

Indonesia Business Weekly

Indonesia Business Weekly

Business America

Business America

Includes articles on international business opportunities.

Summary of World Broadcasts

Summary of World Broadcasts

Secondary Crops Based Farming Systems and Their Integration with Processing in Lampung, Indonesia

Secondary Crops Based Farming Systems and Their Integration with Processing in Lampung, Indonesia