Special Event | Front Line, Front Page

24 Oct 2019 17:30 - 19:30
IDR 600,000
Lumbung Restaurant at Desa Visesa. Jl. Suweta, Bentuyung Sakti, Ubud (Google Maps)
4 DAY PASS 1 DAY PASS

Whether reporting from far flung locales or the world’s trouble spots, telling stories of tragedy or triumph, the work of a foreign correspondent is never dull. We’ve managed to pin down the industry’s finest to share some of the highs and lows that have defined their careers in the foreign bureau.

Includes three cocktails, two mocktails and canapés.

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Featuring

Frank Palmos

Frank Palmos opened Indonesia’s first foreign newspaper bureau in 1964 and co-founded Jakarta Foreign Correspondents Club in 1965. He was honorary translator to President Sukarno and political leaders from 1965–1970. Frank’s bestselling works include Ridding …


Jonathan Miller

Jonathan Miller was born in Ireland, grew up in Southeast Asia, and is now based in Bangkok, Thailand. He has worked with the BBC, and covered revolutions, wars and natural disasters (and some …


Megan K. Stack

Megan K. Stack has traveled the world to chronicle war and political upheaval. A journalist and author, she was a finalist for The Pulitzer Prize for Iraq coverage and her …


Andreas Harsono

Andreas Harsono has covered Indonesia for Human Rights Watch since 2008. He has reported for The Jakarta Post, Bangkok’s Nation and Kuala Lumpur’s Star, and edited Pantau, a magazine on …



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