Saturday 25th of May 2013
INDONESIA NOW ARCHIVES
Now available - entire programs as aired on Metro TV. Join anchor Dalton Tanonaka and Marissa Anita for your window into Indonesia! Click Here
DALTON'S COLUMNS IN THE JAKARTA GLOBE
You can read the thoughts and insights of anchor Dalton Tanonaka in the Jakarta Globe! His column appears on the last Friday of every month in the print edition or at thejakartaglobe.com/ltcolumns
. Dalton donates his writing fees to the Tanonaka International Journalist Scholarship for Indonesian students.
Marissa Anita Joins Indonesia Now
She's a natural performer who shines in front of and behind the camera.
Marissa Anita is a Surabaya native who joined Metro TV in 2008, and now co-anchors " Indonesia Now " with Dalton Tanonaka. She also is a co-host on the network ' s popular morning show " 8-11. "
She ' s covered big stories as a reporter, including the 2009 Jakarta hotel bombings and the Situ Gintung dam disaster.
Off-camera, Marissa enjoys watching and critiquing movies, and performs occasionally in community theater.
Her philosophy? " Live life from your passions, and live it to the fullest. "
Marissa earned a master ' s degree in media practice from Sydney University following a bachelor ' s degree in education from Jakarta ' s Atma Jaya University. She speaks fluent Bahasa Indonesia and English, and is conversational in Italian, Mandarin and Japanese.
AHEAD OF INDONESIAN MASTERS
Golf pro Philippe DeBusschere of David Leadbetter knows what it will take to
develop Indonesian golf. And he offers Indonesia Now's Dalton Tanonaka some
easy golf tips on the April 14 program.
This Week on
The crumbling of trust in those who enforce the law. Details of the latest police corruption case.
"MARISSA, I LOVE YOUR ACCENT."
"HOW CAN I BE ABLE TO SPEAK GREAT LIKE YOU? I'M LOOKING FOR A TEACHER."
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