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Barking mad, biting back

Barking mad, biting back

Cultural clashes emerge as Bali struggles to eradicate rabies

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Floating World

Floating World

See the world and be exploited

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More than a fatal attraction

More than a fatal attraction

Outsiders see arak consumption as a highly dangerous activity, but arak plays an important role in Balinese society

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Rock music and social activism on the internet

Rock music and social activism on the internet

Bali rockers Navicula find a platform for social change in online social media

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Time bomb in Bali

Time bomb in Bali

A culture that suppresses conflict disguises decades-long tensions in Balinese communities

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In search of sustainable farming

In search of sustainable farming

Bali-based NGOs are an important part of Indonesia’s growing sustainable agriculture movement

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Not just an elite game

Not just an elite game

In Bali, it’s neither policy, parties nor entrenched elites, but image-savvy politicians and an all-powerful media that are dominating the new electoral landscape

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The election as a Karya Agung ritual

The election as a Karya Agung ritual

Listening to the grassroots explain the 2009 general election in Bali

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Keeping Bali strong?

Keeping Bali strong?

Hindu-Muslim tensions have mounted, but not to boiling point

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Hot debates

Hot debates

A law on pornography still divides the community

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The name game

The name game

Or, the years of living with no one to blame

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Bali'€™s wild side

Bali'€™s wild side

Managing conservation, tourism and the needs of local communities in Bali Barat National Park

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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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Waiting for Ngaben

Kuta Beach ceased some time ago to be what the brochures say it is. For Robert Goodfellow, the piles of plastic rubbish are signs of a deeper malaise.

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Punks, rastas and headbangers: Bali's Generation X

Quite unknown to the tourists, Balinese youth are creating a dynamic musical identity that refuses to be colonised. EMMA BAULCH joins the death thrashers for an evening of metal.

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Diany Sinung: from poverty to painting

GLORIA FRYDMAN talks with successful artist Diany Sinung about her favourite subject, other women.

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Bali's other face

Geoffrey Robinson, The dark side of Paradise: political violence in Bali, Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1995, xxii, 341 pp.

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Whose tourism? Balinese fight back

CAROL WARREN reports on developments at Padanggalak, where outside money and graft encounter strong opposition.

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Sleaze with Balinese kids

Amidst the 'sea, sand, sun and sex' at Kuta, little girls become sex objects for tourists. Some may even be sold overseas. PUTU WIRATA explores a spat that revealed more than intended.

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Post-bomb lessons

Post-bomb lessons

Strategic planning for disaster remains a low priority for the central government, despite the lessons learned in the aftermath of the Bali bombings.

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