Indonesia's Jet-Black Chickens Are the Dark Side of Poultry
The ayam cemani, a prized breed of Indonesian chicken, is the result of a genetic mutation that produces a completely black bird, from beak to bone. Because of their color and supposed magical properties, they can fetch up to $4,000 each.
20 Years of Reformasi
Chinese-Indonesian Refugees Found a New Home, and New Problems, in the US
In Philadelphia, home to second-biggest Indonesian-American population in the United States, those who escaped the riots of May 1998 are living through a period of rising anti-immigration rhetoric.
We Talked to Indonesia's 'R&B Princess' NIKI About 'Going International,' and '90s Nostalgia
"I actually grew up listening to a lot of Destiny's Child because my mom was really into that late-'90s R&B. Like Boys II Men, Aaliyah, those kind of people."