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The American Indonesian Chamber of Commerce (AICC) was established in 1949 before Indonesia received its full sovereignty from the Netherlands. A private membership organization headquartered in New York, AICC was the first US organization to ...

The Hawaii Indonesia Chamber of Commerce (“HICHAM”) was formed by business and political leaders based in Honolulu with experience or ties to Indonesia. It now boasts internationally-recognized experts on Indonesia based in Jakarta, Washington, D.C.

1188 Bishop Street, Suite 2103

Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
United States

view phone(808) 225-4554

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PERMIAS NYC is a non-profit organization that has long been a part of the nationwide Indonesian Student Organization. PERMIAS NYC consist of all Indonesian student and youth in New York City and we strife to unite students from different universities

PERMIAS (Persatuan Mahasiswa Indonesia di Amerika Serikat) San Francisco & Bay Area merupakan organisasi yang beranggotakan para pelajar Indonesia yang sedang melanjutkan pendidikannya di San Francisco dan Bay Area.

The American-Indonesian Cultural & Educational Foundation, Inc. (AICEF) is a New York City based not-for-profit corporation devoted to fostering closer cultural and educational ties between the peoples of the United States and the Republic of Indonesia.

380 Lexington Avenue, Suite 4400

New York, New York 10168
United States

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The Society was founded in 1994 by Indonesians and Americans who had experience in both countries and who agreed on the need for an organization to focus on expanding mutual understanding. The Society is incorporated in the ...

USINDO, The United States-Indonesia Society
1625 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Suite 550

Washington, District Of Columbia 20036
United States

view phone202.232.1400

view fax202.232.7300

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Since 2001, Indonesian Student Association at University of Washington (ISAUW) has established a platform for Indonesian students at University of Washington to create a unifying community based on common interest in Indonesian culture.