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Hear We Learn

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

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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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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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Religion Is Reflected in Architecture

Clean cut lines and geometric shapes envelope over 27,000 square feet of prime real estate...

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Unity in Diversity: Exploring Fatahillah Square

In the 16th century, a commander for the Sultanate of Demak named Fatahillah recaptur...

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Stories of Mumbai

By Kate Sheahan In a city of 12 million people, addressing some of the world's most pol...

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Radio documentary: That Time of the Month

By Anna Levy Shame. We’ve all felt it. In most cases, the everyday shame we feel is u...

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A City Reborn: Relics of Old Mumbai

“It is said that architecture is a reflection of society, and as far as this quote is th...

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Cricket in India: It’s not a sport, it’s a religion

It is recognised as the second largest religion in India - and some argue that is undoubte...

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Ekta Wassan on the ABC’s of Indian etiquette

By Kate Sheahan Hidden inside the Hyatt Regency hotel in Mumbai is the bespoke academy ...

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Mumbai: an introduction

By Sophie Wright Mumbai is big. It’s chaotic. The streets are dirty. It smells horren...

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Making foodie friends in Mumbai: meet Kiran, The Hungry Cancerian

By Sophie Wright Developing countries such as India are slowly starting to harness the ...