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PHOTO ESSAY

While the phrase “creative economy” is still finding a place in the Indonesian government’s vocabulary, a group of young people are speaking it in volumes within the walls of a tradi...

Josh Estey

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Indonesia, in my humble opinion, stands above all other nations in terms of its natural beauty. That’s an explosive preposition, but I am not without evidence from “high above.” Ther...

Dody Johanjaya

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Few would argue that Indonesia has some of the most beautiful geography in the world. Sumatra’s jungles and coastlines, Java’s volcanoes and rice paddies, Bali’s beaches and sunsets,...

Hendro Hioe

October-December 2014 Read More

It was the largest single-day general election in the world, so one could expect a few problems as Indonesians went to the polls to choose national and regional-level legislatures on April 9. Or mor...

Tempo Magazine

July - September 2014 Read More

Mount Kelud has always been a sight to behold, with its rugged, forbidding peak and (now destroyed) green acidic lake. But that beauty masks a savage fury, as the volcano, located near Blitar, East Ja...

Ali Lutfi, Boy T Harjanto, Rezza Estily

April - Juni 2014 Read More

Indonesia’s Ahmadiyah sect is almost a people without a country. Despite being indigenous Indonesians, the national government by decree has curtailed its activities and right to worship. Religi...

Dwianto Wibowo

Jan - March 2014 Read More



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