2010

ONLY THREE ISSUES PUBLISHED THIS YEAR.

01 JANUARY INAUGURAL ISSUE 2010

Special Report
The Bali Heritage Trust
Fast tracking
Carmen Roberts, award winning journalist and producer of BBC flagship travel program fast:track
Hip Hop Nomad
Exclusive excerpt from Morganics upcoming book, Memoirs of a Hip Hop Nomad.
Tribal India
Randhir Khare walks with the spirits in the Nilgiri Mountains of Tamil Nadu in South India.
Poetry
Terry McDonagh, Irish poet and dramatist,
has contributed two poems to support Live Encounters. 
On the Fringe
Agustian Supriatna – Creating beauty from debris.
HIV/AIDS
Ari Murti, a Muslim scholar, woman activist, author of Outcast, True Stories, from sex trade to
HIV/AIDS, speaks about her book and work with prostitutes and orphans in Bali.
Interview
Cassandra, a Bencong (girly boy), her life and work.
NGO
Robin Lim, the legendary midwife of Ubud and Aceh, Indonesia.
Literary Review
Elaine Farmer reviews the book Infidel by Ayaan Hirsi Ali.
Perspective
A young woman’s narration of a bloody reality witnessed during her stay
on the West Bank in the Occupied Palestinian Territory.
Two Worlds
Robin Marchesi reflects on New Delhi and Bali.
City State
X’ Ho, a Singapore musician/author/experimental film maker, reveals the ‘real’ of Singapore.
Canine Cuisine
Hair of the Dog – a chapter from the bestselling book – Wild, Wild East, recipes and stories from Vietnam
by Bobby Chinn – reprinted exclusively for the readers of Live Encounters. Thank you Bobby!
Music
Navicula, Bali’s popular ethical grunge band, speaks to Lakota Moira.
The Late Writers & Readers Festival
Importance of being Oscar Wilde. The Irish playwright meets Mark Ulyseas in Bali.
Live Encounter
With The Guru of the Art of Shaking , Ida Pandita Mpu Parama Daksa Nata Ratu Bagus.

03 & 04 MARCH-APRIL 2010

Special Report on Christians of Palasari, West Bali, Mark Ulyseas
Humanity vs. Chevron, A special report by Daniel Herriges, Amazonwatch.org
Dying Traditons by Randhir Khare, Human Rights Activist for tribals in India
Fast tracking with Carmen Roberts, BBC, It’s just me, and my small camera
Henry Miller in Bali by Mark Ulyseas
Terry McDonagh Irish poet and dramatist, poetic dribbling
Hip Hop Nomad in Manila, Morganics is offered a machine-gun to shoot a cow
Interview, A Balinese school teacher speaks to Mark Ulyseas on surviving life
Language Matters by Audrey Lamou explores the linguistic situation in Indonesia
Poetry by John Chester Lewis, a young poet from Ubud
Bobby Chinn, Thermo regulator & rat tails from the Master Chef & celebrity
Robin Marchesi reflects on Ibiza
Mayan Time Cycles by Vasumi Vijkaa 
Late Writers & Readers Festival Ubud
D H Lawrence discusses Lady Chatterley’s Lover with Mark Ulyseas
Live Encounter Interview with Adib Hidayat, Managing Editor of RollingStone Magazine, Jakarta, 
and an encounter with Onedollarformusic in Bali

05 MAY 2010

Professor Unni Wikan, anthropologist & Author
Faceless in a Crowd, lepers – beautiful people
Delphine Robbe, Agronomist
Mike Fincken, captain Rainbow Warrior Greenpeace
Butterfly of the night, a prostitute in Bali
Michael Franti, musician, poet, writer
Rice Farmer, living on the edge
Bobby Chinn, celebrity chef
Bencong, lady in waiting
One dollar for music, Raoul Wijffels & Rudolf Dethu
Balinese schoolteacher living from hand to mouth
Adib Hidayat, managing editor RollingStone magazine
The Shaman, of two worlds

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