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Hear We Learn

Stigma and inadequate early education plague the disabled community of Indonesia, causing ...

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Beyond the Beauty

Indonesia is home to many educated, progressive and beautiful people. Among them, is a ...

society
Nothing can bring Evi down

People with Down syndrome in Indonesia are often stigmatized by society and viewed as simp...

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A Choice: Wearing the Hijab in Indonesia

Debate about the hijab in Christian majority Australia has grown heated throughout the yea...

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‘We Won’t Be Silenced’

Busking in Indonesia is controversial. Some busk purely with the intention to make a fe...

news
Anies elected Governor after divisive election campaign

Anies Baswedan has defeated Basuki Tjahaja Purnama (Ahok) for the powerful position of Gov...

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Refuge from Conflict: The Love of Emmanuel Orphanage

Indonesia’s conflict on the Ambon Island sparked a nation wide clash between religio...

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MRT to alleviate Jakarta’s notorious traffic soon

It’s taken almost 40 years since its conception, but the Jakarta Mass Rail Transport (MR...

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Exploring Jakarta’s Unique Space of Religious Tolerance

In the heart of Jakarta, on the north eastern corner of Mardeka Square, one can find a rep...

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Ride-sharing apps – changing the face of Indonesian transport

Jakarta’s over-crowded and bustling streets come alive with sounds of street noise and t...

culture
Are Western tourists sightseeing or the attraction?

“Bule, Bule! Photo, photo!” is the phrase every western tourist in Jakarta, Indonesia ...

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Crowded Network: Exposing Jakarta’s Power Line Problem

Indonesia’s appetite for electricity is growing as rapidly as its economy, an economic p...