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Indonesia fights a two-wheel turf war

Rising popularity of online-based ride-hailing apps has created tension on the streets of...

culture
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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Hear We Learn

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

society
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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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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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...

society
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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Exposing the dark side of Indonesia Tourism

Despite the supposed ban of horse-drawn carriages in 2010, according to the Jakarta Animal...

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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...