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Windows into Jakarta – a photo essay

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The beef with Indonesia’s meat policy

Indonesia's impressive economic growth in recent years has been coupled with a rapid expan...

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Anies wins Jakarta Governor Elections after bitter campaign

After a bitter and tense campaign that divided the city of Jakarta voters took to the poll...

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Nothing can get Evi down

We had been sitting at the dining table for about thirty minutes talking about Evi. She...

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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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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...

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Pushing Depok’s Panic Button

Depok is a vibrant and bustling city, located just on the southern border of Jakarta, yet ...

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Finding beauty beneath the haze

“Turn right for good photos”.  Clearly an invitation not to be missed by three aspir...