Indonesia announced three deaths this week that health officials suspect are linked to a liver disease hospitalizing hundreds of children worldwide.
Living in cramped barracks with no access to education, these are the children earning $6 a day at one of Indonesia’s most profitable paper companies.
Even the police couldn’t stop laughing when he reported the incident.
Some questioned the merits of performing the ritual at a global sports event, with others calling for respect of indigenous culture.
“Male coffee” brands are advertised as “herbal” drinks for men who want to increase their sex drives.
The package, sent to an Indonesian artist known for using human body parts in his work, contained a hand and packets of placenta.
Many of them are now ashamed of their loud past.
They help delete everything from cringey Facebook photos to nudes posted without consent.
Villagers feared that the tyre would eventually choke the growing reptile.
But it’s not like the world is running out of potatoes, so why?
Indonesian designer Arnold Putra, who once made a bag out of a human spine, was photographed hanging out with the likes of Kanye West and Michèle Lamy.
What started as a personal project to take selfies, has turned into a $1 million NFT enterprise for one Indonesian student.