Janet DeNeefe

Country: Indonesia

Melbourne-born Janet DeNeefe, Founder & Director of Ubud Food Festival and Ubud Writers & Readers Festival, has lived in Bali for more than three decades. Her latest book is Bali: Food of My Island Home, following her memoir Fragrant Rice. She is also the owner of Casa Luna, Indus Restaurant, and Honeymoon Guesthouse and Bakery in Ubud.

Kelahiran Melbourne Janet DeNeefe, Founder & Director Ubud Food Festival dan Ubud Writers & Readers Festival, telah tinggal di Bali lebih dari tiga dekade. Buku terbarunya adalah Bali: Food of My Island Home, mengikuti memoarnya Fragant Rice. Ia juga merupakan pemilik Casa Luna, Indus Restaurant, dan Honeymoon Guesthouse and Bakery di Ubud.

Appearing in

Main Program | Maya Soetoro-Ng: Stories and Arts for Peacebuilding

Maya Soetoro-Ng is a Consultant for the Obama Foundation’s Girls Opportunity Alliance and Leaders: Asia Pacific Program. A former Director of the Matsunaga Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution at …

Main Program | Gastrodiplomacy

From kimchi to bubble tea, food as soft power has been embraced and celebrated in recent years. Using popular dishes to build Indonesia’s national brand – which some have called …

Main Program | Nguyễn Phan Quế Mai: The Mountains Sing

The Mountains Sing tells an enveloping, multigenerational tale of the Trần family, set against the backdrop of the Việt Nam War. Trần Diệu Lan, born in 1920, was forced to …

Main Program | Eka Kurniawan’s Indonesia

Eka Kurniawan is Indonesia’s most internationally renowned author since Pramoedya Ananta Toer. His Booker Prize-nominated 2016 novel Beauty is a Wound has been translated into 34 languages, while two of …