These Indonesian TikTokers Won’t Let Jakarta’s Floods Get in the Way of Fun
Jakarta’s yearly floods tend to bring out everyone’s political side, but some locals would rather greet the rain as nonchalantly as possible.
What Happens to Survivors Years After a Terror Attack?
In Indonesia, survivors of terror attacks talk about the trauma that haunts them and the lack of support they receive, after the media coverage dies down.
Indonesian Government Official Urges the Rich to Marry the Poor in Bid to Slash Poverty Rate
Wealth inequality is a real problem in Indonesia, with 5 million of its 57 million families living below the poverty line.
Inside the Indonesian Dance Ceremony Where Animal Spirits ‘Possess’ Humans
The mystical ceremony, which originated in the 1200s, portrays the struggle of the lower class using the spirits of bulls, tigers, and monkeys.