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Young Papuans are increasingly embarrassed to wear traditional clothing due to racism and discrimination. But one student hopes to change that.
In recent years, it’s gotten harder for the LGBTQ community in Indonesia to amplify its voice. But they’ve found a creative way to keep advocating.
DC isn't the first company to learn this. Toyota, ASICS, IKEA, Polo Ralph Lauren, and Pierre Cardin have all lost legal cases to Indonesian bootleggers.
The former policeman, who had been in the job for a decade, has filed a complaint to the National Human Rights Commission.
People are understandably riled up after a viral tweet ranked Filipino food "worst" in the region.
The battle between landowners and a group trying to build a memorial for the bombings' victims continues.
In Indonesia, not voting, or golput, is a way for the dissatisfied to make their voices heard.
As polls close in a divisive election, similarities from the 2014 race continue to haunt Indonesia, suggesting the battle for the top spot is far from over.
"What counts as a 'fair' election?"
Legislative candidates spend a fortune on their campaigns. When the majority of them lose the race, their savings and their sanity, exorcists step in.
The police are coming after drug users and dealers in Gili Trawangan, an island off the coast of Lombok famous for its over-the-top parties.
Is it time to abolish standardized testing?