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Informal Sector
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Design action

Design action

Local design thinking in Bandung

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Dealing with social exclusion

Dealing with social exclusion

Illegal squatters in Jakarta struggle for recognition of their homes and livelihoods

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The triumph of jamu

The triumph of jamu

European interest in Indonesian traditional healing has had its ups and downs, but in Java jamu reigns supreme, as it has for a long, long time

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Religious Bandung

Religious Bandung

Bandung’s government opts for a religious program that matches the city’s character

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American dreams

American dreams

Undocumented Indonesian migrant labourers - known locally as kuli dollar - work long hours in difficult conditions in search of prosperity in Philadelphia

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A city without social justice

A city without social justice

Jakarta needs more green space, but not at the expense of the poor

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Freedom of expression

Freedom of expression

Whether Papuans support autonomy or independence, they should be allowed to speak freely

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The rise and fall of a gangster

The rise and fall of a gangster

Ethics and politics don’t mix in the world of Jakarta’s preman

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Prison cum hostel?

Prison cum hostel?

A political economy of drugs thrives inside one of Indonesia’s most notorious prisons

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Global fashion, remixed

Global fashion, remixed

Indie designers rework commercial iconography – and the business of clothing production

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€˜Go home, tourist!€™

€˜Go home, tourist!€™

In Kuta, a local surfer has found that it is worthwhile to share waves with tourists.

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Sand rafts - a photo essay

Along the Opak River in Pundong, near Bantul, Yogyakarta, locals trade their sweat for a pile of sand.

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Permeable border

Indonesian fishermen whose traditional fishing grounds are in Australian waters may have a Mabo-style claim, says CAMPBELL WATSON.

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Living like kings

Living like kings

Working-class Singaporeans travel to Indonesia’s Riau Islands in search of a fantasy built around sex.

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Sex and tea in Semarang

Sex and tea in Semarang

The peculiar relationship between sex and jasmine tea in downtown Semarang keeps both police and prostitutes in a game of cat and mouse.

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The AIDS awareness clinic

HIV prevention in West Jakarta’s red light district

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Wiralodra's buffalo hide

A Jakarta NGO is building alternatives to prostitution

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Whose city?

The street traders who feed and transport Jakarta are also its most unwelcome citizens

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